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The Top 10 Largest Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups


After leaving a narcissistic abusive relationship, it is not uncommon for many people to be confused, hurt, and broken, psychologically, mentally, and emotionally.

Narcissists can cause long-term brain damage in people.

Support groups online, such as Facebook Groups, Quora Spaces, or Forums, can help to educate and alleviate some of the pain that you may feel, but meeting other people who have been through what you have been through, can be much more beneficial!

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What Are The Signs Of Narcissistic Abuse?

  1. Constantly being blamed
  2. Verbal abuse and criticism
  3. Smear campaigns
  4. Silent Treatment
  5. Gaslighting
  6. Isolation from friends and family
  7. Devaluing (Causing you to feel like you are not good enough)
  8. Lying
  9. Cheating
  10. Physical abuse
  11. Not respecting boundaries
  12. Setting you in a mental fog

Narcissistic abuse is so bad because, more times than often, the pain they instill is not physical but emotional, psychological, and mental.

This abuse can go on for a long time because so many of us have been conditioned to believe that abuse is only physical.

But that is not true.

Narcissistic recovery support groups are a great way to share your story and learn that you are not alone and that what you went through was not all in your head.

Can You Heal From Narcissistic Abuse?

The answer to this question is a resounding yes.

Therapy is a great way to start your healing process. CBT has helped many people recover from psychological abuse.

If therapy is not a feasible option due to finances, then these support groups may be a good option.

If you cannot reach any of these support groups, feel free to sign up for my Facebook group.

You do not need to be alone.

Listed below are the ten largest narcissistic abuse recovery groups.

Of course, they are designated in certain regions, but comment below and let me know which city, town, state, or country you are from, and I can help you find a support group near you.

The Top 10 Largest Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Here is a list of support groups if you are searching for narcissistic abuse recovery program near me.

Many of these support groups are from the meetup narcissistic abuse website.

1 – Utica Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Meetup

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

If you live in Michigan, near the Utica general region, you may want to consider meeting up with other survivors!

  • Location: Utica, MI
  • Number of Members: 411
  • Organized by: Cathy Serra Z.

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

2 – North Dallas Narcissism Support Group

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in Dallas, Texas

  • Location: Dallas, TX
  • Number of Members: 417
  • Organized by: Jersey 2 and 3 others

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

3 – Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Meetup

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in Chicago!

  • Location: Chicago, IL
  • Number of Members: 441
  • Organized by: Rhonda J.

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

4 – Boulder Victims of Narcissistic Abuse Support

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in Colorado!

  • Location: Boulder, CO
  • Number of Members: 452
  • Organized by: Tracy M and 1 other

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

5 – Chicago Narcissism Survivor Meetup

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in Chicago!

  • Location: Chicago, IL
  • Number of Members: 466
  • Organized by: Rhonda J.

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

6 – Narcissistic Abuse Support Group (NASG)

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in South Africa!

  • Location: Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Number of Members: 471
  • Organized by: Penny and one other

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

7 – Surviving Narcissism, ETC.

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in Arizona!

  • Location: Mesa, AZ
  • Number of Members: 582
  • Organized by: Beth L. and 1 other

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

8 – Female Entrepreneurs Empowerment and Success Network London

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in London, United Kingdom!

  • Location: London, United Kingdom
  • Number of Members: 585
  • Organized by: Valencia M.

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

9 – Survive Narcissistic Abuse London

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in London, United Kingdom!

  • Location: London, United Kingdom
  • Number of Members: 589
  • Organized by: Angie

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

10 – Toronto Narcissistic Relationship Support

Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Groups

Support group in Toronto, ON!

  • Location: Toronto, ON
  • Number of Members: 894
  • Organized by: Michael F. and 2 Other

Learn more here 👉 Meetup!

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11 Comments

  1. Patty says:

    Your link to the FB page above does not work or has been taken down.

  2. I have analyzed my husband and I’ve been mentally and physically abused. His cheated on me I’ve seen pictures and he’ll deny its him in the pic. His very jealous even with his own shadow. I can’t go on, his threaten me with a divorce but he never proceeds with it. So I’m thinking of filing for the divorce. We’ve been married for 33 years, we’re both 67 YOA and I don’t look my age but he does. He thinks too much of himself my Dr told me I’m in a toxic marriage.

    1. Therese Garrity says:

      Sylvia, I am so sorry that you are going thru this. I have a very similar experience. I am divorcing my husband of 37 years & it’s the worst. Wishing you peace

  3. Angel says:

    I think my Fiancé is a nassacist, we have been together for 4years now and we have two beautiful daughters.
    He always ask me to do things for him, at first I used to do stuffs for him but later I realised when I asked him to do the exact same thing for me he would refuse, if I refused aswell he would get offended, suddenly goes silent until I realize he’s been silent since then, I will try to ask him if he’s angry because I refused popping his blackhead, said something, he gets angry at very little things like he’s a little girl , he will claim he’s not but I can see he is, and he will just sit there and not say anything for 2 to 3 days, if I try to talk to him about it it always ends in a very big fight, he would defend himself claim not to be angry and say hurtful things to me, shift the blame on me, he’s never wrong about anything he never take responsibility for his actions. If I ask him once ‘what’s wrong, are you angry because of this and that ” he say no then I keep quet also and never try to talk about it again , he will keep on trying to provoke me saying tonight I will not come back I will be spending a night at my parent’s house expecting me to be hurt and start a fight so he can be in control of me and he seems to enjoy when I act that way because it assures him how powerful he can be towards me… So if I just say “okay” he will go and never come back for a week or two before I call him and ask him to come back home he will not come and doesn’t contact me during that period… He does this every time we had arguments including very small misunderstandings or if I refused doing something for him, so I wonder what will happen if I don’t call him to come back. Now I think I’m holding grudges for all those kind of things he’s been doing to me and never took action of it… I don’t enjoy sex with him anymore but I still love him very much, sometimes I just gets irritated by his presence because of the things he does to me and because of how he acts like a baby… Sometimes I feel like slapping him across his face but I never did and will never do that… Sometimes I resent him and get annoyed by him when I think of how he treats me

    1. Wow!

      I call these people kidults. They do not know how to manage their emotions. It is clear to me that he may very well depend on you to regulate his emotions. People like them need others to make them feel good about themselves and their lives.

      The silent treatment is a means to punish you for whatever lunacy that has come into his mind.

      From what I can gather from your comment, he sounds like he is a COVERT NARCISSISTS.

      Check out this article to learn about the different types of narcissist out there => https://laughingatnarcs.com/the-different-types-of-narcs/

      If I were in your shoes I would be angry as well.

    2. Wow!

      I call these people kidults. They do not know how to manage their emotions. It is clear to me that he may very well depend on you to regulate his emotions. People like them need others to make them feel good about themselves and their lives.

      The silent treatment is a means to punish you for whatever lunacy that has come into his mind.

      From what I can gather from your comment, he sounds like he is a COVERT NARCISSISTS.

      Check out this article to learn about the different types of narcissist out there => https://laughingatnarcs.com/the-different-types-of-narcs/

      If I were in your shoes I would be angry as well.

      1. Can you please help me find a Narcissistic Support Group in my area! Fresno, Ca

  4. Angel says:

    I am 29 and he’s 28 of age

  5. Rational Humorist says:

    Thanks for the link

  6. Hi. Can you recommend a narc support group in the Los Angeles or Southern California area? Thank you!

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