Global Advocates For Survivors Of Narcissistic Abuse In Crisis




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Our Vision is a world so empowered with knowledge and understanding that no person ever again becomes a victim of Narcissistic Abuse.

Our Values

Compassion: We show compassion to Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse and treat them with the dignity and respect they deserve.

Validation: We give validation without disbelief to our clients, and we listen to their stories without judgment.

Empathy: We empathize with the enormity of the suffering victims have endured.

Freedom: We believe everyone has the right to a life without abuse.

Knowledge And Understanding: We believe knowledge is power, and that understanding our past is necessary for navigating our future.

What We Do

Global Advocates For Survivors Of Narcissistic Abuse was established to help victims in life-threatening situations escape their abusers. We offer financial resources, guidance, and moral support to those who are most at risk.

Because Narcissistic Abuse is a global epidemic, we want to educate the world about the manipulation techniques used by predators. Being able to recognize the signs of Narcissistic behaviors helps people avoid being tricked into an abusive relationship.

We will continue to help Raise Awareness And Understanding until there are no more victims of Narcissistic Abuse.

“Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse deserve to have a better life too. I urge everybody around the world to help support this great movement.

I believe we can do this together.”

Mohammad bin Salman


Our Founders


Global Advocates was founded by American Author and Influencer, Serena Prince, and Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, Mohammad bin Salman.

Serena Prince

Serena is CEO of Serena Prince-375 Media and Director of Business Development for SEOsiri. A survivor of Narcissistic Abuse, she became an Advocate for victims after escaping an abusive marriage to a Malignant Narcissist.

In her book, What You Need To Know About Narcissists: Why Cartwheels In Bed And Circusworthy Stunts Won’t Matter, Serena writes about her personal experiences.

“Surviving Narcissistic Abuse is the most difficult thing I’ve ever faced. And I don’t say that lightly. I’ve lost a child, a parent, and endured many extreme hardships in my life.
As painful as those things were, they were not as difficult to overcome as Narcissistic Abuse.”

Serena Prince

Mohammad bin Salman is the son of King Salman and heir to the throne. Shortly after becoming Crown Prince, he made history by lifting the ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia. He is the only world leader to actively join the movement to raise awareness of Narcissistic Abuse.

Prince Mohammad fought tirelessly to end underage marriages in his Kingdom. Thanks to his efforts, Saudi Arabia’s Parliament officially banned underage marriages at the end of December, 2020.

When asked why he chose to specifically champion Victims of Narcissistic Abuse, he replied, “I have always been against any form of human abuse. And knowing about this great movement, but keeping quiet, would be a big shame to my name.”


The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia


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