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Stockholm Syndrome: The Psychological Mystery of Loving an Abuser, Page 1

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Page 1: If you’re in a controlling and abusive relationship, you may recognize several of the characteristics described in this article by Consulting Clinical…

Protective Mothers’ Alliance International‘s insight:

While the psychological condition in hostage situations became known as “Stockholm Syndrome” due to the publicity, the emotional “bonding” with captors was a familiar story in psychology. It had been recognized many years before and was found in studies of other hostage, prisoner, or abusive situations such as:

Abused ChildrenBattered/Abused WomenPrisoners of WarCult MembersIncest VictimsCriminal Hostage SituationsConcentration Camp PrisonersControlling/Intimidating Relationships

This psychological occurrence  is how DV Proxy is able to exist. It explains how children can  become estranged from their loving protective mother while bonding with their abuser dad.

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Written by protectivemothersallianceinternational

November 18, 2013 at 6:29 am

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