YOU ENDED YOUR TOXIC RELATIONSHIP
…but now, you don’t know what to do next.
You feel as if you don't know who you are anymore after giving yourself away for so long.
You know things could be different if you could just get over the gut-wrenching feeling of disconnection from yourself and from life, but you don’t know where to start or how to take the first step.
If this is you, then you’ve come to the right place.
Rebuilding your life and your inner identity after narcissistic abuse can feel overwhelming and scary.
But it doesn't have to be!
What if higher levels of healing and rebuilding your life could happen quicker than you imagined,allowing you the peace and independence to begin realizing the happiness you thought was impossible?
Here’s a secret: It can.
Don’t shake your head (I can sense your head-shake).
Does any of this sound familiar?...
Feeling like you're going crazy because it seems you're doomed to live a life of misery and pain. You’re throwing all your time into staying busy and avoiding the work of creating your new life because you think the concept of happiness is a bunch of poppy-cock. Heck, you may even feel you can keep the narcissist in your life and manage their disorder in ways that won't be "too painful".
Unsure how to begin living your life differently like the people you keep reading about on the internet. You believe a different life might be possible, but how do you let go of all you've been through? You feel like you’ve tried every strategy on Google, but haven’t experienced the healing or growth that other abuse survivors seem to find so easily.
Losing your motivation. You worry that there is just too much effort involved in healing and you don't think you have it in you to do the work. You find yourself asking, “how am I supposed to take the next steps and start a new life when I can't get over the confusion and pain…?” You’re worried you won’t be able to stick it out long enough to make a real difference.
Frustrated by all the conflicting information. You’re sick of wasting time trying to research how to make your new life happen. You keep hearing the same lame-sauce advice. You want something that will work without having to second-guess if you've made the right choice.
Did you raise your hand to any (or all) of the above? Good. You are in the right spot!
But, here's the challenge...
Nothing changes if nothing changes. Meaning, if you want to hit your recovery and new life goals and create the life you’ve dreamed of...then you need to do something DIFFERENT than what you've already been doing.
In my course, Beyond No Contact, you'll learn how to:
...and much more.
Yep. For Real...
Hi. I’m Kim Saeed and I'm proud to share with you a method that not only healed my life but has healed thousands of other people's lives around the globe.
I created my healing program after seeing seven different therapists, which not only failed to offer relief from my symptoms of narcissistic abuse, I felt further invalidated and more confused than ever. Most of the modalities and self-help out there simply don't provide the solution for lasting relief.
Now, my life is better than it’s ever been…even better than before my experience with narcissistic abuse.
If you’ve recently discovered the need to break free from a painful relationship and are wondering what to do to rebuild your life, you’re going to need help.
Many people are led to believe by their practitioners that only meds and endless therapy is the answer...but those who follow this regimen are often still stuck years down the road.
My students have gone from struggling with lasting trauma to learning how to self-soothe, feel confident & hopeful, and implement healthy boundaries in their relationships (without wasting money on the wrong therapy).
They are seeing amazing results they didn't think were possible.
This can be your reality, too. And you can feel confident that you’re getting access to a healing method that’s backed by science and case studies. My programs have received numerous accolades from my colleagues in the psychological and neuropsychological community.