Hey Gorgeous, Elizabeth Goddard here.
Multiple selling author, Emotional Abuse Specialist, and Speaker.
I believe that we are all here to heal on a deeper level and that every situation (no matter how painful) holds some meaning and allows healing to take place.
I’m the author of Finding Lily and the A to Z of Emotional Abuse and I am in the process of publishing 3 Things You Should Never do Divorcing a Narcissist.
I work and write through my soul and I do this to help and serve you.
Everything I create is with you in mind (it was also what I needed to heal) with the focus of healing from the original wound, and the core issue, providing you with the real-world tools.
My dream life is spent doing what I love most, which is writing books and articles, educating people about trauma bonds and helping them clear them, recording videos and powerful meditations.
I believe that although healing can be messy it is where the magic happens!
Everything I do is to serve and help YOU to be the best YOU!
Sadly you are unlikely to be given closure and you are possibly left in a lot of pain trapped by the TRAUMA BONDS they created to secure you in the relationship. Is the Trauma Bond trapping you?
Through my own journey, I know the damage emotional abuse leaves both in your internal and your external life, physical, and financial life.
This was a game and I didn’t have the rules. I was left a shell of my former self and I’d lost everything; I was broke and I was broken…
It was like living in a nightmare that I couldn't wake up from.
There isn't a one size fits all solution, the patterns are the same but the pain is unique for each and every one of us.
I'm on a mission to support women dealing with emotional abuse.
Emotional Abuse is a pattern of behaviour. One person uses fear, humiliation, guilt, or manipulation tactics to gain power over another.
Unlike physical abuse, it often goes unnoticed, and the damage it causes puts the victim into a state of confusion that they have no idea is taking place.
“Like Chinese water torture, physical abuse happens very slowly and turns the recipient crazy. It lowers their self-esteem and they doubt their perceptions and reality”.