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The rise of a conspiracy candidate

Lauren Griffin, University of Florida

The political and social climate in the United States has become increasingly fertile ground for conspiracy theories. Leading the charge is Donald Trump, a candidate who has promoted a laundry list of factually questionable theories, ranging from the idea that… 1,314 more words


Quote of the day # 29 : Scapegoat Children

“Scapegoat” children grabs their swords, shields and do battle against things that are “wrong” in the families.

Hope you are not one of the “scapegoat” child in the dysfunctional family.  

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Dysfunctional Family

Psychology # 15 - Scapegoating

It took me years to understand the term of “scapegoating”, the more I gain the knowledge, the more anger / frustration I got.

Wish I can understand this term when I was young, it can definitely save me lots of energy / time towards healing journey. 14 more words

Dysfunctional Family

lynettedavis reblogged this on Memoir Notes.

Psychology # 20 - Emotional Blackmail

This is a tricky and high-level mental manipulative technique.

Common found in abusive / toxic relationship in destructive system, such as family and workplace.

Are you familiar with this?   8 more words

Psychological Abuse

How to Thrive After Narcissistic Abuse

It’s been three years since a friend invited me to join a private group on Facebook. I didn’t believe the group was for me so I ignored the first request. 791 more words

Adult Children Of Narcissists

When State Replaces God

An earlier version of this essay was posted on www.anthronow.com on July 19, 2016 at  http://anthronow.com/online-articles/when-state-replaces-god

June 6, 2016 – Vigilers gather outside of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York, NY in support of A Post 9-11 Domestic Human Rights Campaign put on by the organization, No Separate Justice. 4,982 more words

Zero credibility

In the eyes of his family, the scapegoat is so discardable — a non-person — that even his most innocuous statement of fact must be rejected. 236 more words