At Narc.ology Pride, we won’t rest, and we won’t settle for anything other than the best possible support for people who have experienced narcissistic abused. We do whatever it takes.
Raising Awareness of Narcissistic Abuse
What we do
We are raising awareness of narcissistic abuse and giving individuals who have experienced narcissistic abuse everything we’ve got. We offer emotional support from the moment you become aware of the abuse you have been subjected to.
Who we are
We are a community who are affected by narcissistic abuse, supporters, professionals, volunteers, and campaigners. We all have one thing in common – our care and support for people living with trauma from abuse.
Health and social care professionals
Here you'll find tools, opportunities and information to support you in your role as a health or social care professional.
If you’d like to get in touch with us, if you have questions, compliments or complaints, we want to hear from you.
'It is like the cataract operation for the blind: Sound information about the mechanisms of emotional abuse. It doesn't take away the pain. But you are no longer alone with all the misery. And of course: prophylaxis for the future. 🚩❗️I am very grateful to you! (Narc.ology Pride) '
If you or someone you know has experienced narcissistic abuse you’re not alone. Get information, advice and support and hear from other people who understand what you’re going through.
There are approximately 326 million people in the U.S and 6% percent of them have narcissistic personality disorder, which equals 19,560,000 people. If each of those people narcissistically abuse just five people during their lives, that amounts to an additional 97.8 million people in the USA alone!
- Bree Bonchay
You don't have to climb mountains to give something back. We've a host of opportunities from joining in with discussions online to share your knowledge through to helping people with their shopping within your local community.