Narcissistic Abuse Mind Map

November 5, 2018


Mind mapping is frequently used in many businesses, sports and even government. Getting your emotions out in a healthy and safe manner is an important part of narcissistic abuse recovery. Many individuals have found mind mapping more effective than mediation, meditation, talk therapy and other therapeutic modalities.

Here at Narcissism EDU we use mind mapping regularly. Mind mapping is free and can be done anywhere, anytime 365 days a year. Try to mindmap the next time you feel heightened emotions due to narcissistic abuse. Mind mapping can be used for anything you desire such as business planning, weight loss goals, fitness goals, learning a new language and just anything you can think of.


“Mind mapping is a highly effective way of getting information in and out of your brain. Mind mapping is a creative and logical means of note-taking and note-making that literally “maps out” your ideas.

All Mind Maps have some things in common. They have a natural organizational structure that radiates from the center and use lines, symbols, words, color and images according to simple, brain-friendly concepts. Mind mapping converts a long list of monotonous information into a colorful, memorable and highly organized diagram that works in line with your brain’s natural way of doing things.

One simple way to understand a Mind Map is by comparing it to a map of a city. The city center represents the main idea; the main roads leading from the center represent the key thoughts in your thinking process; the secondary roads or branches represent your secondary thoughts, and so on. Special images or shapes can represent landmarks of interest or particularly relevant ideas.

The great thing about mind mapping is that you can put your ideas down in any order, as soon as they pop into your head. You are not constrained by thinking in order. Simply, throw out any and all ideas, then worry about reorganizing them later.” 

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