Suicide Prevention Mission: See Our New Resource List

Written by Angela Atkinson

Suicide Prevention for Narcissistic Abuse Survivors

There’s an unfortunate epidemic of victims of narcissistic abuse becoming suicidal, and at QueenBeeing.com, 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 full of resources that can help you. Check it out if you need it. 

See the Suicide Prevention Resource List

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