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The Unsent Letter

Tuesday 7th January 2020

Learn how to heal from narcissistic abuse with N.A.R.C. Troopers. In this episode, B. Emery shares a powerful recovery technique: the unsent letter. Read on to discover more.
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The Unsent Letter: Healing from Narcissistic Abuse with N.A.R.C. Troopers

I am a surthriver and I will rise above the ashes of the life I had, the life I dreamed of having with you, the destruction of the burnt life that you set on fire and heal from the burns that I have suffered at your hands. I will rise from the ashes, stand tall, claim my life back and my destiny.
N.A.R.C. Troopers, short for Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Collaborators, is a podcast aimed at providing information that facilitates learning and healing from abuse betrayal following relationships with cluster B disordered individuals. In one of their episodes titled The Unsent Letter, B. Emery shared a recovery technique that enabled her to lay her pain to rest. This letter to the offender is written for therapeutic benefit but never actually sent. The unsent letter worked for B. Emery, and it just might work for you too. In this article, we will delve into the healing technique of the unsent letter and explore the main points of the episode.
First, let us examine the concept of narcissistic abuse recovery. Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional and psychological abuse that is inflicted by a person with a narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). Victims of narcissistic abuse often suffer from trauma, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. Recovering from narcissistic abuse can be a long and difficult process, and it requires a lot of support and self-care. This is where N.A.R.C. Troopers comes in.
In The Unsent Letter, B. Emery shares a powerful technique that helped her during her recovery from narcissistic abuse: the unsent letter. This is a letter that you write to your abuser but never send. The letter is meant to help you express your pain, anger, and frustration in a safe and therapeutic way. By writing the unsent letter, you can release your emotions and start to heal from the trauma of narcissistic abuse.
B. Emery's letter is a powerful example of how the unsent letter technique can help victims of narcissistic abuse. In her letter, B. Emery addresses her abuser directly, expressing her pain and anger in a way that is both cathartic and healing. She acknowledges the abuse that she suffered and the toll it took on her mental and emotional health. But she also expresses her determination to rise above the ashes of the life she had with her abuser and claim her life back.
The Unsent Letter episode is just one of the many resources that N.A.R.C. Troopers offers to victims of narcissistic abuse. The podcast provides carefully researched material, collaboration with mental health professionals, and interviews with both victim-survivors and experts in the field of NPD. By shining a light on the topic of narcissistic abuse, N.A.R.C. Troopers helps to dispel the misinformation that often surrounds the topic and provides the tools and support that victims need to heal from their trauma.
In conclusion, The Unsent Letter episode of N.A.R.C. Troopers is a powerful resource for anyone who is recovering from narcissistic abuse. The unsent letter technique is a simple but effective way to express your emotions and start your healing journey. If you are a victim of narcissistic abuse, we encourage you to listen to this episode and explore the other resources that N.A.R.C. Troopers offers. Remember, you are not alone, and healing is possible. Listen to the episode now here on