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Quote 143 - Scapegoating abuse

Scapegoating is a form of systemic abuse where a family member is blamed for problem and dysfunction while family system as a whole.

Dysfunctional Family

A Husband Couldn’t Find the Man Whom His Wife Was Cheating on Him With, So, He’d Taken His Anger Out on the Other Man’s Mother

Scapegoating, just because you couldn’t find the man your wife’s been cheating on you with, still does NOT give you the right, to take it all out on his mother!!! 409 more words

Experiences Of Life

Psychology # 36 : Lost Child

Umm….though I’m a scapegoat, but do find some of the characteristics from “Lost Child”.

I was so QUIET and always lock myself in room for days, dive into reading and own stuffs in order to escape from the dysfunction / chaos at home. 38 more words

Dysfunctional Family

The Man Was Unsuccessful as a Mediator for His Neighbor’s Son, Got Shot at

This is why, we shouldn’t, WORK as middlemen! From the Newspapers, translated…

A board member of Tien-Fu Temple, Chen, learned about how his neighbor’s son was accused of rape in September, he’d helped mediate, and was unsuccessful, he was shot in his left thigh by a man, Huang. 255 more words

Experiences Of Life

Understanding and healing the Scapegoat within

The family scapegoat receives the shadow projections of the family. They are the one that carries and tries to express qualities, needs, reactions and expressions which may not have had a chance or live in the family.  1,612 more words

Healing

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Scapegoat

“A scapegoat is a person or animal which takes on the sins of others, or is unfairly blamed for problems. The concept originally comes from Leviticus, in which a goat is designated to be cast into the desert with the sins of the community.” …

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Poof - And it's gone

A magician waves his hand and the card disappears. The art of the act is that the distraction lies in the flourish – the over-dramatized spectacle created when one seeks attention. 746 more words