How To Do No Contact Like A Boss!: The Woman’s Guide to Implementing No Contact & Detaching from Toxic Relationships – Book Review

Quick Summary:How To Do No Contact Like A Boss!: The Woman’s Guide to Implementing No Contact & Detaching from Toxic Relationships by Kim Saeed takes a practical and spiritual approach to detaching from relationships with narcissistic partners.

Who’s It For?: This book is highly recommended for women who are presently in relationships that bring them pain and misery. This book will give you the emotional strength and practical support it takes to detach from love that hurts. If you currently hesitate about leaving your partner even though you know he is no good for you – you MUST read this book.

Why Should You Invest In This Book?: Kim Saeed has been through the painful yet transformative ‘no contact’ process herself for which reason she writes with great sensitivity and spiritual insight about the subject.  I am only interested in getting my advice about toxic relationships from people who have truly healed and transformed their lives as a consequence of their abusive relationships – Kim Saeed is someone who has been through the dark night of the soul and has come back from it empowered (note: not embittered). She is an inspiration to women stuck in the pattern of abusive relationships of what can be achieved once we set ourselves free.

As someone who once kept running back to go through more rounds of misery with a narcissist ex partner, I know first hand how difficult it is to go ‘no contact’ when detaching from a toxic relationship. Had I had this book in my hands back then, things could have been different! I’m sure I would have got free from my ex-narc. much sooner with Kim Saaed’s healing wisdom to hand. For this reason, this book is particularly relevant to anyone who is currently in a toxic relationship situation but finding it hard to leave. By reading this book you will come to understand that the feelings that make you want to stay, despite the relationship hurting you like hell, are there because you are trauma bonded to your partner in the abusive relationship.

As an introvert and highly sensitive person (HSP) who is healing from codependency, it’s as if the advice in this book was tailor-made for me. Kim Saeed explains how the sensitivity of such people and their giving natures mean that they are magnets for narcissists. What I particularly like about Kim Saeed’s way of positioning the relationship between HSP’s and narcissists is that she frames it in a spiritual perspective. She looks at the bigger picture instead of merely labelling the narcissist as an abuser and the HSP the victim. As was my own personal experience as I ultimately detached and healed, Kim provides hope and strength for anyone stuck now in a toxic relationship – by assuring us that on the other side of dysfunction and abuse; freedom, healing and one’s true self are to be found.

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