New Online Support Group for Narcissism Survivors

Written by Angela Atkinson

A Secret Support Group for People in Relationships With Narcissists

A totally free and completely secure online support group hosted by certified life coach Angela Atkinson. 

online narcissism support groupSPAN is an acronym for Support for People Affected by Narcissism. This is a private online support group forum hosted on Facebook.

Given the volatile nature of narcissists, the SPAN group on Facebook is a secret group – so you won’t be able to find it online – and even if they saw it, most people wouldn’t recognize SPAN as anything to be concerned about.

This is a Safe Place. While you’re here, we’ll take care of you.

For the protection of our members, the following safety precautions are put in place.

  • Each member will be individually vetted, up to the point of our capabilities, and if anyone makes a group member feel unsafe, admins will handle the problem swiftly and without question.
  • Anyone who harrasses, intimidates, overly criticizes or otherwise engages in “triggering” behaviors will be permanently blocked from the group – that means they will no longer even be able to see the group in their search, much less actually access it.
  • If admins will be on vacation or away for more than 24 hours, we will find a trusted substitute to ensure everyone’s emotional safety during the time we’re away.
  • What is said/posted/heard in the group stays IN the group. If members are found to have shared anything that is created inside of the group, such as a personal post or even a general share from a member, they will be immediately removed. (Note: Due to the group settings, anyone who actually accomplishes this will have done so willfully, with full knowledge that it wasn’t allowed. That’s why the strict rule on this one.)
  • We reserve the right to remove any member without notice if we find there is a conflict of interest (such as a suspected narc who is stalking his or her victim).
  • We also reserve the right to amend the rules at any time in order to preserve the safety and privacy of our members.
  • See the most current list of rules right here. 

Click here to apply to be in the group.

There’s no charge – it’s another one of my Pay It Forward initiatives. The application just takes a moment, but is required in order to ensure the safety of our members. Important: ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS asked. Due to a high number of requests, our admin team automatically deletes requests where people don’t answer the membership application questions.

Join SPAN Today! Also see the ultimate resource list for victims of narcissism.

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Updated List of Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Support Groups

Our narcissistic abuse recovery support groups are facilitated by certified life coaches and a team of skilled admins who are empaths and fellow survivors. QueenBeeing.com offers all kinds of resources for support for people who are affected by narcissistic abuse and working on their recovery. That includes group support. We have both free and inexpensive options. These currently include the following.

The SPANily Official Group

Support for People Affected by Narcissistic Abuse in Toxic Relationships – A free, private Facebook support group that is professionally moderated by an amazing team of admins and the QueenBeeing coaching staff.

Divorce Support

Divorce Support – Offers Support for Divorcing a Narcissist, Before, During and After. There is no greater emotional pain that can be inflicted on someone than divorce, whether you initiate it or your narcissistic partner does. 

SPAN Book Club

SPAN Book Club – Get your intellectual stimulation and share camaraderie over a shared hobby, while alleviating the typical loneliness and isolation suffered by survivors of narcissistic abuse from the comfort of your home.

Boldly Evolving Empaths

Boldly Evolving Empaths (QueenBeeing BEEs) – For those survivors who are ready to thrive and who have passed the discovery and understanding phases and are ready to push forward into the next phase in their lives.

Co-Parenting with a Narcissist

 SPANily Support for Co-Parenting with a Narcissist – If you’re co-parenting with a narcissist, this is the group for you. A parenting-focused narcissistic abuse recovery support group by Angie Atkinson and QueenBeeing.com.

Adult Children of Narcissists

Support for Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents – If one or both of your parents were narcissists, chances are, you’re struggling more than you may realize. Get support from people who have been there.

Small Group Coaching

New Group Coaching Program – Several weekly session times available for small group coaching. All levels of recovery served. Learn more and sign up for sessions here. Program director, Certified Life Coach Lise Colucci.

The SPANily Home

The SPANily Home – QueenBeeing.com’s OFF-FACBOOK private narcissistic abuse recovery and resource center. Closely monitored and managed by our team of certified narcissistic abuse recovery coaches. Pricing starts at $3.99 per month.

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  • Certified Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Coaches
  • Confidential 
  • Phone or Text
  • Package Discounts Available
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