A Global Partnership To Help Victims Of Narcissistic Abuse
Serena Prince-375 Media And The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia Team Up To Help Victims Of Narcissistic Abuse
When victims don’t have financial resources to get out of their situations, they seek assistance from those sworn to protect and serve.
I have personally contacted organizations on behalf of victims who were in emergency situations.
They desperately needed help for themselves and their children.
To my shock and dismay, none of these women actually received assistance from any of the sources I contacted.
Instead, they were forced to remain in their abusive situations and fend for themselves.
Unfortunately, the extreme abuse they’re enduring will escalate.
And their lives will continue to be at risk every day.
Throughout various social media platforms, as well as on Quora, I have the honor of being someone victims reach out to for advice.
Sometimes they just need someone who understands what they’re going through.
Sometimes they simply don’t know where else to turn.
While I appreciate the responsibility, I have felt the frustrations of being unsuccessful in finding a solution that will lead them to safety.
I’m tired of failing them.
I’m tired of not being able to help save lives.
Narcissistic Abuse has reached epidemic proportions.
The problem isn’t limited to the United States, by any means.
It’s an issue in every country around the globe.
So why aren’t world leaders doing something about it?
I don’t know the answer to that question.
But I do know of one very progressive leader who has taken the initiative to raise awareness.
And who is now willing to do even more.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, Mohammad bin Salman, has risen to the challenge.
To his credit, he has already been active in helping raise awareness.
For several months now, he’s been making sure that my blog posts about Narcissism and Narcissistic Abuse are made available in his kingdom.
Because he understands the importance of knowledge, he has made the information available to the people of Saudi Arabia.
He also understands that something more needs to be done.
Prince Mohammad agrees that victims in life-threatening situations should be the first priority.
Working together as global partners, Serena Prince-375 Media and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia want to make a difference.
By establishing a fund specifically for victims who are in emergency situations, we hope to save lives.
But we can’t do it alone.
We need other people to get involved and turn this into a full-fledged movement.
It can be done with enough ambition, corporate sponsors, and individuals who want to make the world a safer place.
My book, What You Need To Know About Narcissists, will be available for pre-orders tomorrow.
For my part, I’ll contribute fifty percent of the proceeds from all pre-orders.
Saudi Arabia will match every dollar that is raised.
Although I’d be thrilled to raise enough money from book sales alone, the option to make contributions is also available.
Over the next few days, I’ll be reaching out to businesses, organizations, Influencers, and Advocates to ask for support.
I’ll post regular updates and continue providing information in order to get as many people involved as possible.
If you’re reading this, we need your help too.
Whether it’s donating your time or offering monetary support, I’m grateful for any and all help.