Are you on Twitter? I don’t post much there, but I’ve been so moved by all of your comments on my latest post, Learn To Be Done, that I started the hashtag #DoneWithFSA on my pinned post created today.
If you’d like to help raise other people’s awareness, I invite you to visit my Twitter feed and let your voice be heard! Retweet my pinned post and consider sharing what you’re done with in regard to family scapegoating abuse (FSA). Be sure to include the hashtag #DoneWithFSA when you retweet with your comment. I’d love it if you followed me there as well. Together, we can make a difference!
Rebecca C. Mandeville is a psychotherapist, recovery coach, writer, speaker, and media contributor on child psycho-emotional abuse, family scapegoating, and dysfunctional family systems. She has dedicated her 20-year career in Mental Health to advocating for those whose voices are not heard due to being systemically disempowered. Rebecca writes for various Mental Health organizations and her popular blog, Scapegoat Recovery. She is also the author of a best-selling book on what she named ‘Family Scapegoating Abuse’ (FSA), Rejected, Shamed, and Blamed: Help and Hope for Adults in the Family Scapegoat Role.