About the book
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What this page IS about
NarcoticLove.com is a source of information on narcissistic abuse in addition to the same-called book Narcotic Love: In and Out of the Coma of Narcissistic Abuse. It provides blog posts and a form of community for victims and survivors of narcissistic abuse and others who like to get informed.
What this page is NOT about
This page is not a forum and does not provide counseling. However, discussions can be held in the comment sections of any applicable post.
The author is not a certified counselor. Any advice given stems from personal experiences, extensive research, and the collection of reports and stories from victims and survivors. There are numerous certified counselors and therapists, some of them survivors of narcissistic abuse themselves, to reach out to. Please go to Psychology Today and use their search engine to find someone closest to you.
YouTube, as well, offers a variety of channels hosted by survivors, therapists, and psychologists, providing a plethora of information on narcissistic abuse and healing. The author is not intending to open her own video channel now or in the future.
About the author (from the book)
Sarah Ziolkowski was born and raised in Germany, and has been a passionate writer, researcher, and filmmaker from an early age. After her graduation from film school, she moved to North America to work in the Hollywood film industry.
Having worked on numerous movies and television shows, she had never expected to end up in a horror movie in real life one day. The good thing is she found the script it was based on and started an extensive research on narcissistic abuse and related personality disorders.
Sarah began writing Narcotic Love two months after her escape from a toxic relationship and spoke to numerous victims and survivors of narcissistic abuse who courageously shared and compared their stories to contribute to this book.
Today, Sarah works as a filmmaker, writer, and actress in British Columbia, Canada. She is a supporter of the MeToo-movement in her industry that gives victims of abuse the voice that needs to be heard.