QueenBeeing’s Larger Mission
To Change the WorldEmpowering Survivors & Rejecting Toxicity. One survivor at a time, we are helping narcissistic abuse victims become THRIVERS, and to create the lives they want.
One Family at a TimeWe have launched a movement to spread awareness and to help survivors create change in their own families and social circles to prevent enabling and creating toxic people in this world.
About the Movement
In addition to the mission of empowering survivors of narcissistic abuse to become thrivers and to create the lives they want, QueenBeeing.com has launched a movement to spread awareness and to help survivors create change in their own families and social circles to prevent enabling and creating toxic people in this world.
And here is where YOU come in.
If you’re reading this, chances are that we have something in common. We are survivors and thrivers who are in the process of recovering from a toxic relationship – or who already have discovered, learned to understand and how to overcome narcissistic abuse in our lives.
What can you do?
Empathy Isn't Enough
Start at Home
L.O.V.E in Action
Healthy Family L.O.V.E. Will Find a Way
Own Your Truth
Angie Atkinson on Building the L.O.V.E. Movement
As a parent, I know that there are some pivotal moments in a child’s life and that we can have a significant effect on who they become – good or bad, it’s true. I also know that we can choose to raise our children in the way that we were raised, or we can choose to create something different for them. Ultimately, whether we realize it or not, we can have a significant effect on who our children become.
But while I think we have certain responsibilities as parents outside of the basic physical care of our kids, we also must recognize certain boundaries we need to honor – often, ones that weren’t honored for us.
Why do I think this is so important? Because the one uniting quality between all toxic narcissists is the lack of empathy. So, by teaching our children empathy, we can begin to change the future for their generation.