This end-of-year digest includes the complete ‘Adult Child’ podcast interview I recently did, as well as an interesting abstract and holiday resources.
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10 Rules of Families That Scapegoat
A family that is dominated by a dysfunctional or narcissistic parent may result in its members living under a set of unspoken ‘rules’, rules which benefit the parent at the expense of their children’s well-being. The research I conducted on what I named family scapegoating abuse (FSA) suggests that dysfunctional families that scapegoat are also governed by a specific set of rules. This article reviews ten rules that I have identified as being evident in families that scapegoat one of their own.
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Posted on Author Rebecca C. Mandeville, MAPosted in Family Narratives, FSA Recovery, Narratives and Family Scapegoating, Siblings and the Family Scapegoat9 Replies
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