Narcissistic Mother Trauma 15: Suicidal Depression (as a Christian woman)

Learn about the Narcissistic Mother Trauma 15: Suicidal Depression. This narcissistic abuse recovery video will explain how narcissistic mothers affect their daughters. It will help you understand the impact of childhood trauma on your mental health today. This message is part 15 of “20 Types of Narcissistic Mother Trauma” which can be watched here:


1. “Exposure to violence in young adolescents: relationships with suicidal ideation, depression, and PTSD symptomatology” reports: “This study examined the relationship of exposure to violence to suicidal ideation, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptomatology. Using a hierarchical multiple regression design, exposure to violence demonstrated a unique relationship with PTSD symptomatology. Specifically, the relationship between violence exposure and PTSD symptomatology remained significant.”

2. “Risk for suicidal behaviors associated with PTSD” reports: “PTSD and depression are each associated with suicidality.”

3. “PTSD symptoms and suicide risk” reports: “There appears to be a strong connection between suicidality and the experience of trauma. Suicide risk is elevated in those suffering from chronic PTSD and is associated with impaired functioning in combination with depression.”

4. “Suicide risk in PTSD patients” reports: “An emerging literature suggests that posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) patients are at an increased risk for suicide. Persons with PTSD had the highest scores on the measures of suicide risk, anger, and impulsivity and the lowest scores on social support. Multivariate analysis revealed that in the PTSD group, impulsivity was positively correlated with suicide risk.”

5. “Trauma type and suicidal ideation: The mediating effect of cognitive distortions” reports: “Trauma survivors, particularly those exposed to interpersonal trauma, are at increased risk for suicidal ideation (SI). Cognitive distortions may explain the relationship between trauma type and SI. The study examined the potential mediating effect of cognitive distortions (self-blame and negative cognitions about the world and self) on the relationship between trauma type (interpersonal vs. noninterpersonal trauma) and SI. The indirect effects of trauma type on SI through negative cognitions about the world, negative cognitions about the self, and self-blame were significant. These findings support the routine assessment of cognitive distortions and SI in survivors of interpersonal trauma.”

6. “Suicide and trauma” reports: “We explore the relationship between trauma and suicidal thoughts and behavior. This exploration has a double perspective: a deeper understanding of trauma can illuminate the dynamics of suicidality, and the psychotherapeutic study of suicidal people increases our understanding of the impact of trauma. The approach linking trauma with suicide is fruitful.”

Chronic childhood abuse by the narcissistic mother made her scapegoat daughter feel worthless and hopeless. And that results in three possible consequences: depression, self-harm, and suicide. One of my YouTube community members CLAIRE wrote: “I too, was a scapegoat daughter who was almost pushed to suicide and threatened by my narcissistic mother that she was going to kill me and herself, when I was only 13, after my dad died. Unfortunately, my brother did commit suicide. I’m glad that you are helping others so that they know: there is hope and healing from what these momsters did to us.” Claire is absolutely right: we were raised by momsters: abusive, cruel, hateful, brutal, violent, and manipulative. That’s why at 11 and 12, I attempted suicide.

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