Stop Struggling to say No and gain control of your life

Do you find yourself to be too agreeable, too avoidant of conflict, and generally something of a pushover? This course is for those who struggle with assertiveness. Whether you're too agreeable, fear conflict, or have trouble expressing your needs, learn how to set boundaries.

Stand up for yourself so that you can reclaim your confidence and live life on your own terms.

Are you someone who wants to learn how to say no, struggles to make decisions in their best interests, or finds it difficult to know what they truly want? It's time to find yourself again. This course will teach you how to say no, make decisions in your own best interests, and ask directly and openly for what you want.

"Summoning the Self" by Richard Grannon

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Gain access to a comprehensive set of lessons and modules designed to help you achieve these outcomes. You'll learn to say no, make decisions in your own best interests, and ask directly and openly for what you want.

What you will learn

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The Art of Saying No

Learn to refuse requests without feeling guilty or anxious.

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Decision-Making Empowerment

Master techniques to choose and act based on your personal well-being.

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Direct Communication Skills

Develop the ability to express your desires clearly and confidently.

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Relationship Balancing

Discover how to foster relationships that are reciprocally respectful and fulfilling.

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What others are saying:
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"I deeply appreciate Richard Grannon's work in helping people understand and overcome narcissistic abuse and cult brainwashing. While what was done to many of us might have been unavoidable and perhaps out of our control, the healing and preventative measures are very much in our control. Grannon inspires us to find our individuated self and interrelate with society as a more whole human, dropping essential knowledge for living a more meaningful life."

Mark Vicente, Film Director

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"Grannon helps us navigate the most difficult terrains of the human psyche with a unique combination of intellect, humor, and personal experience. Rather than keep his distance behind a cold glass partition, he reaches out to say, 'This is what happened to me, and these are the techniques that helped me get through it."

Sean Ono Lennon, Musician

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"Richard Grannon is simply the best!He've helped me getting through an ugly breakup. I'm doing great now but keep listening and learning because it's so interesting to understand layers and layers and...
Thank you for being so amazing!"

Anja

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I've been following Mr. Grannon, drawn to his authenticity discussing NPD. Inspired by his story, I bought "A Cult of One," adding depth to my healing journey. Philosophy and psychology fascinate me, and his philosophy channel resonates deeply. Richard's use of his experiences to aid others earns my respect. He inspires me to pursue solution-focused hypnotherapy, specializing in PTSD and CPTSD. Thanks to Richard, his team, and guest speakers for their dedication in providing valuable tools for healing.

Amanda

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Throughout my youth, I grappled with understanding emotions and human psychology, unaware of my right to boundaries due to childhood emotional abuse. Discovering Richard Grannon's YouTube channel was eye-opening, consoling, and entertaining. It led to further discoveries, making me stronger today. Thank you, Richard, for your impactful work. Keep it up!

Nina

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In 2020, I stumbled upon Richard Grannon while researching "repetition compulsion," seeking insight into my recurring mistakes. For two years, his warmth and humor filled my ears, guiding me out of codependency's darkness through his courses. Richard's brilliance in emotional regulation and healing from CPTSD is unmatched. Thanks to him, I've learned to self-source and safeguard my life force, achieving sovereignty. Though no longer needing his guidance, I'm forever grateful for his historic contribution to online healing.

Katie

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"Big thank you for saving my life! Finally over my violent ex, thanks to you, friends, & 10 years of martial arts. Today, life's better than ever. After 2 years with him & 1.5 years of disciplined work, I no longer subscribe to Instagram or YouTube or anyone teaching about narcissists. Interpreted as a sign of healing. Keep helping without babying, demanding responsibility for our own lives."

Marianne

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Richard Grannon's knowledge and insight on narcissism and the effects of this type of relationship helped me understand my own. His tools on CPTSD and trauma became everyday practices I used to navigate my own life. The five-finger technique I found uniquely helpful. His humor and presence on YouTube are comforting and pleasant to watch and listen to. His book, Cult of One, was easy to comprehend and an enjoyable read.

Allyson

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Richard Grannon's YouTube videos shed light on my experiences after years with a diagnosed Narcissist claiming bipolarity. His channel led me to his courses, pulling me from darkness. Daily, I'm thankful for finding his content. I highly recommend "Unplug from the Matrix" too.

Holly

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I stumbled across Richard during an interview and was struck by his insightful explanation of narcissism. Now a consistent student of his content, I frequently recommend his videos. Richard's vast knowledge of NPD is accessible and engaging. He delivers difficult truths in a way that makes it easier to understand and provides actionable guidance. His self-understanding prompts greater responsibility and compassion. I'm grateful he shares his knowledge freely.

Ashleigh

Richard’s courses are insightful, clearly delivered, and applicable to all individuals looking to recover from or help someone recover from a toxic relationship. Richard’s view on interpersonal relationships from various cultural backgrounds was fascinating and enlightening. His realistic and brutally honest view of romantic relationships and NPD is refreshing. I have learned so much and used it personally and in my professional life as well.

Bea

I've been a follower of Richard Grannon since 2016. His advice was invaluable during a difficult time in my life, making it an easy decision to sign up for his courses. I've taken most of them and found them profoundly helpful. The “Summoning The Self” course was life-changing, forcing me to face past decisions and giving me ownership of my mistakes. Thanks to Richard's unique approach, I'm making daily steps toward my goals and overcoming previous freeze/fawn responses. Many thanks, Mr. Grannon.

Jennie

Richard’s work has been crucial to my healing and recovery, not just from narcissistic abuse, but also in recognizing my maladaptive behaviors that led to toxic relationships. I am completely different after doing RG’s Fortress Mental Health Protection System and using his Emotional Literacy and Hand Mnemonic tools. His knowledge on abuse and trauma, and his easy delivery of game-changing information make his content easy to follow. Thank you, Richard!

Kim

Richard Grannon's YouTube videos helped me understand Narcissism when I needed it most. He explains the subject in an easy-to-understand way and offers new, out-of-the-box insights. I also purchased a course and his book "Cult Of One," which provided many aha moments and home truths. Now, as a trainee counsellor on the other side of healing, I pass my knowledge and compassion onto clients and friends in need. Thank you, Richard.

Martina

After 45 years of confusion, "Families and How to Survive Them" by John Cleese and Robin Skynner offered some insights, but I still struggled to understand my dysfunctional family. In 2018, living in Thonburi, I started Richard Grannon's paid course, which became a real eye-opener. Numerous of his complimentary courses online have given me the insights on how to deal with unhealthy narcissistic people and people who I can now classify as suffering from NPD.

Walter

I can honestly say that I am here today because I took the Matrix Course. After 36 years of abuse and another affair, I told my wife I wanted a divorce. Things got crazy, and I doubted my sanity. She was determined to have NPD, and I was advised to research it. That's when I found "What you need to know to heal from narcissistic abuse" on YouTube. Richard Grannon's course restored my sanity and made everything make sense. Nine months later, I am making friends, laughing, and happy with life again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What kind of support materials are included in the course?

The course includes videos, step-by-step guides, and practical exercises.

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How long will it take to see results from this course?

Most people see significant improvements within 60-90 days.

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Can this course replace therapy?

This course complements therapy and provides valuable tools. It does not seek to replace a therapist. You are responsible for your own well-being.

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What if I am not satisfied with the course?

We offer a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can request a full refund if you're not satisfied.

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How long will this course be available?

You will have lifetime access to this course forever.

Disclaimer
The course and the material presented in this course is for educational purposes only and does not replace face-to-face therapy with a qualified mental health professional.