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Rejected, Shame, and Blamed: The First Book About FSA (paid link)

Therapist RecommendedFamily scapegoating is an insidious form of “invisible” abuse that is difficult to recognize. It is therefore critical that adult survivors of dysfunctional or narcissistic family systems understand what type of abuse they are trying to recover fromIn Rejected, Shamed, and Blamed, Licensed Psychotherapist and Family Systems expert Rebecca C. Mandeville uses her research findings on what she named ‘Family Scapegoating Abuse’ (FSA) to help survivors recognize and release the damaging ‘scapegoat’ narrative associated with the family ‘identified patient’ role. This 2nd revision includes additional recovery suggestions, and updated resources. Also suitable for concerned friends and clinicians.

Therapist RecommendedFamily scapegoating is an insidious form of “invisible” abuse that is difficult to recognize. It is therefore critical that adult survivors of dysfunctional or narcissistic family systems understand what type of abuse they are trying to recover fromIn Rejected, Shamed, and Blamed, Licensed Psychotherapist and Family Systems expert Rebecca C. Mandeville uses her research findings on what she named ‘Family Scapegoating Abuse’ (FSA) to help survivors recognize and release the damaging ‘scapegoat’ narrative associated with the family ‘identified patient’ role. This 2nd revision includes additional recovery suggestions, and updated resources. Also suitable for concerned friends and clinicians.

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