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Overcoming Codependency Page One

Overcoming Codependency Page One.

Codependents are ‘addicted,’
not to a destructive substance,
but to a destructive pattern
of relating to other people.

Internal boundaries enable us… 79 more words


A new insight on being the only child of a narcissistic mother

After putting up my post yesterday, I did more reading on the subject of being a child of a narcissistic parent because there was something in my experience that wasn’t quite sitting right with me and didn’t seem to “fit” the typical narcissistic parent/child relationship: the fact that my mother sometimes praised me effusively rather than using me as a scapegoat. 600 more words


Scapegoating in Local Authorities

This very poignant article was written for community care and very articulately outlines a very destructive practice that exists in local authorities. This needs to change immediately. 612 more words

Social Work

When Wilderness Boot Camps Take Tough Love Too Far - Atlantic Mobile

When Wilderness Boot Camps Take Tough Love Too Far – Atlantic Mobile.



There are dozens of institutions similar to Redcliff across America, and they promise therapeutic treatment for teenagers who are engaging in drug use or other behavior frowned upon by their families or schools. 923 more words


Dysfunctional Family Roles: The Scapegoat

This is what is on my mind today. It turns out that I was designated to that role as a child and that I will never be able to step out of that role within my family as long as I live. 7,180 more words