Saturday, March 24, 2007

Help For Victims of Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Kaleah LaRoche shares the powerful
story of her recovery from narcissistic
abuse. She describes this type of
emotional abuse as "soul rape" and
encourages a spiritual approach to

Sedona, AZ, March 22, 2007 --(PR.COM)-- Having successfully recovered from several relationships that left her feeling used up and emotionally depleted, Kaleah LaRoche took action to get her life back.

Kaleah describes the effects of narcissistic abuse on a core spiritual level and gives victims methods to recover the pieces they have given away bit by bit through the abuse. She also shows victims how to draw upon their experiences to gain a greater sense of self-worth and become more empowered in their lives.

"When I was in my early twenties, I was in a physically abusive relationship where my boyfriend strangled me," says Kaleah, "Yet I found being in a relationship with someone who has narcissistic personality disorder to be much worse. It is because with narcissism I was slowly broken down on an emotional level to a point I believed it was me, not him, who had the problem."

After surviving a chain of abusive relationships, including two recent relationships with narcissists, Kaleah has fully recovered her spirit and is now showing other victims of abuse, how to stop being victims and start being victors.

In her E-book "Spiritual Recovery From Narcissistic Abuse", Kaleah give readers powerful methods to end the abusive cycle, getting the abuser out of your life for good, stop unconsciously choosing the wrong people, and begin living the life you have only dreamed about.

You can learn more about "Spiritual Recovery From Narcissistic Abuse" by visiting her Website at: