Coffee & Convo- Bringing awareness of narcissistic abuse

Coffee & Convo- Bringing awareness of narcissistic abuse

From Gina Jefferson

I’m raising money for awareness, education for others through speaking engagements, material, advertising, and to host conversations in different areas with Covid-19 precautions taken.

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8 months ago

Hello! We are committed to spreading the awareness of narcissistic abuse in families, churches, and the damage that it does within individuals. The goal is to unmute those who have experienced this behavior. When people are silenced, the behavior continues and our goal is to finish that “what happens in this house stays in this house” mentality.

Lots of people are scapegoated, estranged from their families, and/or are forced into isolation because they are not taken seriously or told to overloook it because that’s “just how they are”. Some turn to suicide as a result of this behavior and we need more awareness because people are losing their lives from the torment of this behavior.

Coffee & Convo is a safe space for individuals to speak out about this abuse and their experience so our goal is to take this from city to city, with Covid-19 precautions in place.

We host a club on the Clubhouse app, and beginning in 2018 we hosted small gatherings where, at that time, women were able to share their stories of abuse and find solutions moving forward.

Our ultimate goal is to provide individuals with financial literacy, identify when predators are grooming them, and if they are in these situations provides resources to them to be able to exit these situations safely. Most narcissistic individuals are undiagnosed and blend into society and initially they present themselves as charming, caring people. Beneath the surface and most times when it’s too late, they are stuck in a situation that is financially, emotionally, mentally, and even physically abusive.

We are asking you to sow into this because statistically, most individuals of abuse end up on drugs, killed, or commit suicide. To prevent this, we want to host these conversations so that people can prevent these situations and can transition back into society without being harmed by others or hurt themselves trying to get out.

Please partner with us, as this is a serious epidemic that is silencing many and needs to be brought to the forefront.

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Gina Jefferson posted a new update:
8 months ago

Update #1

Hello! We are committed to spreading the awareness of narcissistic abuse in families, churches, and the damage that it does within individuals. The goal is to unmute those who have experienced this behavior. When people are silenced, the behavior continues and our goal is to finish that “what happens in this house stays in this house” mentality.

Lots of people are scapegoated, estranged from their families, and/or are forced into isolation because they are not taken seriously or told to overloook it because that’s “just how they are”. Some turn to suicide as a result of this behavior and we need more awareness because people are losing their lives from the torment of this behavior.

Coffee & Convo is a safe space for individuals to speak out about this abuse and their experience so our goal is to take this from city to city, with Covid-19 precautions in place.

We host a club on the Clubhouse app, and beginning in 2018 we hosted small gatherings where, at that time, women were able to share their stories of abuse and find solutions moving forward.

Our ultimate goal is to provide individuals with financial literacy, identify when predators are grooming them, and if they are in these situations provides resources to them to be able to exit these situations safely. Most narcissistic individuals are undiagnosed and blend into society and initially they present themselves as charming, caring people. Beneath the surface and most times when it’s too late, they are stuck in a situation that is financially, emotionally, mentally, and even physically abusive.

We are asking you to sow into this because statistically, most individuals of abuse end up on drugs, killed, or commit suicide. To prevent this, we want to host these conversations so that people can prevent these situations and can transition back into society without being harmed by others or hurt themselves trying to get out.

Please partner with us, as this is a serious epidemic that is silencing many and needs to be brought to the forefront.

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