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New Scapegoat Survey
I’m excited to announce that I am now conducting research for my next book, which will be a follow-up to my best-selling book on family scapegoating abuse (FSA), Rejected, Shamed, and Blamed.
You are invited to take this anonymous survey. No identifying information is required to participate. Your survey results will be kept confidential (please read the Survey Disclaimer before answering the questionnaire).
To complete the 10-question survey, click on the link below. As always, I appreciate your interest in my work on family scapegoating abuse.
Scapegoating and Chronic Illness
I’ve received many reports from FSA adult survivors that they struggle with a variety of illnesses, some chronic. I released a YouTube video today discussing family scapegoating, toxic stress, and the development of illness. I also reference the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) quiz, which you can take here.
I do plan to release an article on this same topic when time allows; however, for those of you who would like to learn more about this subject, you can check out my YouTube video.
Find Me on Social Media
I’ve recently begun posting on Instagram. You can find me on Instagram (and on Threads) under the handle @scapegoattraumatherapist.
Remember, family scapegoating abuse is REAL and its effects can be devastating to FSA adult survivors. Healing takes time. Be gentle with yourself today!
Rebecca C. Mandeville, LMFT, CCTP