Listen To The 2018 Telesummit
Find out how you can get a Premier Access Pass to the 2018 & 2017 WNAAD TelesummitsListen
Why Is Awareness Needed?
Many of the people who suffer from narcissistic abuse (a form of psychological and emotional abuse) aren’t even aware that what they're experiencing is a legitimate form of abuse because it’s so difficult to put the finger on.Find Out
158 Million People Are Affected
158 million people are affected by narcissistic abuse in the U.S.Learn More
Shop All Recovery Resources Shop The WNAAD Store
I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed the telesummit interviews. I learned a lot, and I found the information to cover a broader range of topics and go more in depth than what I can usually find online relating to narcissistic abuse. Keep up the great work and I hope we can bring more and more awareness, I feel it is badly needed. Thank-you again. Keep up the great work.-J.D.
It was so incredibly empowering and answered a lot of questions, reaffirmed what i understand the ex narcopath husband to be and I really appreciate both you Bree Bonchay and Athena for making this telesummit happen. I now have the power of knowledge to continue my true healing path with many resources to access. I feel so much more confident, inspired and know that I can fully heal just like many have before me. This is my journey now, to focus on me, to get well and healthy so I can support others that are experiencing their trauma of abuse! I am no longer alone.- S.F., New ZealandI cannot thank you enough for this wonderful summit. Such amazing participants. Sharing their own experiences gave so much impact to the advice and wisdom they imparted. If only I had this knowledge when going through my divorce four years ago - how different things could have been. H.G. Tudor's interview was spine-chilling but he made sense of the horrors I went through, if ever I had confirmation the ex was a narcissist HG validated this. Finally, I could let go of the self-blame I have been carrying for way too many years. Finally, I understood the many conundrums that warped my mind. Each and every interview was so insightful, so nurturing in content and just knowing every interviewee had been there, done it, got the T-Shirt and survived was uplifting and that gives me hope that I too will overcome.
World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day (WNAAD) occurs on June 1st every year. Established in 2016, WNAAD is a growing global movement dedicated to raising the profile of narcissistic abuse, providing public pathology education, resources for survivors, and to effect policy change.
Search This Site
Subscribe and never miss an update or registration deadline for FREE access to the annual WNAAD sponsored Survivor Empowerment Telesummit!