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Beyond Abuse, Beyond Therapy, Beyond Anything

Beyond Abuse, Beyond Therapy, Beyond Anything

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April 07th 2015:Stockholm Syndrome: Get Unlocked and Free of the Cage

The Stockholm Syndrome describes feelings of trust and empathy that can develop with one’s captors or abusers. Although it sounds crazy (who would actually have empathy for their own kidnapper or abuser?), this is an unconscious strategy that a person uses to survive. They figure, if I join with my kidnapper (or abuser) then the tension and overwhelm of the threat gets minimized. This syndrome occurs in all kinds of abuse cases - from kidnapping to domestic violence and beyond. This perpetuates the abuse and keeps people locked in the invisible cage of abuse. If you’ve ever been abus

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2338/beyond-abuse-beyond-therapy-beyond-anything 21/10/2017 09:00 21/10/2017 10:00 Beyond Abuse, Beyond Therapy, Beyond Anything https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2338/beyond-abuse-beyond-therapy-beyond-anything The Stockholm Syndrome describes feelings of trust and empathy that can develop with one’s captors or abusers. Although it sounds crazy (who would actually have empathy for their own kidnapper or abuser?), this is an unconscious strategy that a person uses to survive. They figure, if I join with my kidnapper (or abuser) then the tension and overwhelm of the threat gets minimized. This syndrome occurs in all kinds of abuse cases - from kidnapping to domestic violence and beyond. This perpetuates the abuse and keeps people locked in the invisible cage of abuse. If you’ve ever been abused, or are currently in an abusive situation, you may be experiencing the Stockholm Syndrome. What does this look like? How do you get unlocked from the Syndrome and the cage? Join us for this revolutionary conversation about the Stockholm Syndrome and discover pragmatic tools you can use to get unlocked from the invisible cage of abuse. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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