New Vlog Release – and announcing a new series on YouTube on my new Beyond Family Scapegoating Abuse Channel, Subscriber Question of the Week:
This week’s subscriber question is: “Why do I seem to find myself in the ‘scapegoat’ role wherever I go?”
Video Description: Were you the scapegoat in your family-of-origin and now it seems like you end up in the ‘scapegoat’ role at work, church, school, or other groups or organizations you are involved with?
Do you wonder why this might be so?
The answer is complex and may surprise you – especially for those who have been scapegoated by family since early childhood. Join the author of ‘Rejected, Shamed, and Blamed’, psychotherapist Rebecca C. Mandeville, as she addresses this question from a ‘Beyond Family Scapegoating Abuse’ subscriber in a holistic manner that includes a brief discussion of how early childhood brain development and complex trauma (C-PTSD) can contribute to your being scapegoated beyond your family-of-origin.
Have a question about family scapegoating abuse? Feel free to leave your question in the comments here or on this video’s comment section.
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