Suicide Prevention for Narcissistic Abuse Survivors

There's an unfortunate epidemic of victims of narcissistic abuse becoming suicidal, and at, we want to do everything we can to prevent even one person from taking an action that they can't take back. Not only is suicide NOT an option, it's something that will affect so many more people than you realize.

We know it hurts right now, and a lot of us have been there. But please don't do anything to hurt yourself - you can't take it back - and what if you don't succeed? Angie knows a lady who tried to commit suicide and she ended up losing half of her face and will spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair. You don't want that.

Unfortunately, since our members are all over the world, we're not equipped to handle suicide threats. But we know you need help, so we've created this page. 

You deserve to live, and to live in peace. The narcissist has abused you, and you've got some work to do to heal. Start by downloading PERK, and be sure to check out all of the resources available to you here - but if you're feeling suicidal, check out the resources below and access the one(s) that feel right to you.

If you make less than $35k per year, you can get free counseling. If you think you are suffering from depression and need to speak with a professional therapist, try BetterHelp's Free 7 Day Trial:

If You Know Someone in Crisis

Call the toll-free National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL)  at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service is available to everyone. The deaf and hard of hearing can contact the Lifeline via TTY at 1-800-799-4889. All calls are confidential. Contact social media outlets directly if you are concerned about a friend’s social media updates or dial 911 in an emergency.  Learn more on the NSPL’s website .

Suicide FAQ

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