As an Advocate and Survivor of NarcissisticAbuse, I know firsthandhow badly thejustice system is failing. Afterenduringextremeabuse at the hands of Narcissists, victims seeking help are furthertraumatized by the justice system.
Most victims don’t have the financial resources to get out of their abusive situations. When they seek assistance from those sworn to protect and serve, it’s a devastatingblow to find out there’s no helpavailable.
Sure, there are shelters fortemporaryprotection, but theconditions at thoseplaces are oftensubstandard, at best. Despitephenomenal efforts by survivors and advocates, littleprogress has been made thatactuallyhelps victims.
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 fromany of the sources I contacted.Instead, they were forced to stay with their abusers and fend for themselves.
Unfortunately, the extreme abuse they’re enduring will escalate, and their lives remain at risk.
Unlesstheygethelp, the likelihood of escaping their nightmare is slim.Althoughit’s not my intention to diminish the importance of continuing to raise awareness of Narcissistic Abuse, that effortalone is notenough.
As an Advocate, many victims reach out to me for advice. Sometimes, theyjustneedsomeonewhounderstands what they’re going through. Sometimes, they simply don’t know where else to turn.
While I appreciate the responsibility, it’s very frustrating to be unable to find a solution that will lead them to safety.I’m tired of failing them. I’m tired of society failing them.
NarcissisticAbuse has reachedepidemicproportions. Theproblemisn’tlimited to the United States, by any means. It’s an issue in everycountryaround the globe.
So whyaren’t world leadersdoingsomethingabout it?I don’t know the answer to that question. But I do know of onevery progressive leader who has taken the initiative to raise awareness.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, Mohammad bin Salman, has risen to the challenge.
To his credit, he is already helping to Raise Awareness. For several months now, he’s made my blog posts available in his kingdom. He understands the importance of knowledge. Healsounderstands that somethingmore needs to be done to help. PrinceMohammad agrees that victims in life-threatening situations should be the firstpriority.
Workingtogether as globalpartners, Serena Prince-375 Media and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia want to make a difference. By establishing a fundspecifically for victims in emergency situations, we hope to savelives.
Obviously, 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.
Saudi Arabia will match every dollar that is raised.
I’ll be reaching out to businesses, organizations, Influencers, and Advocates to ask for support.I’ll postregularupdates and continue providinginformation in order to get as manypeopleinvolved as possible.
If you’rereading this, we need your help too. Whether it’s donating your time or offeringmonetarysupport, I’m grateful for any and all help.