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Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers Suffer Maternal Deprivation

Posted Feb 04 2013 2:16am

Maternal deprivation is the absence of care, lack of affection, holding, looking into your child's eyes giving the message: "I love you do much",  listening intently to your daughter's messages, verbal and nonverbal.  The narcissistic non mother removes all the joy from her daughter's life. Narcissistic mothers live for themselves alone. Often they are envious of their daughter's beauty, talents, intelligence, exuberant personality. They hate their child's spontaneity and pick away with their nasty criticisms. Some daughters learn to conceal their true feelings. Others become emotionally numb. Some harbor a deep mother rage inside that they turn on themselves and becomes self loathing. 

Daughters of narcissistic mothers have difficult life struggles, learning to fully love their unique selves and celebrating it. 


To break the yoke attached to the narcissistic mothers they must recognize that they bear no fault 

They are separate from the cold ungiving selfish self absorbed woman who didn't raise them. These daughters do the hard work of healing themselves and emerging as strong, loving, gifted women. Many benefit from psychotherapy, nurturing relationships with friends who understand them, spiritual practices that create calmness deep within them,creative pursuits that are healing and transformative, giving their care and affection to others who feel unloved and unwanted. 


Daughters of narcissistic mothers can and do come fully into the own true identities. They can prevail over the past and live fully in the present, expanding and growing all of their potential. Visit my website:thenarcissistinyourlife.com


Linda Martinez-Lewi, Ph.D.

Telephone Consultation:United States and International

Book:Freeing Yourself from the Narcissist in Your Life

Email: lmlphd@thenarcissistinyourlife.com


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