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HOW TASKING & BLAMING WORKS TO ERODE FREEDOM Children start off blaming other people and things for their problems when very young, for several reasons: It’s easier to blame others than to reflect on what we might’ve done to cause a problem scenario It’s safer to blame others (and force the consequences onto them) than to accept the blame ourselves (and potentially...
Aubree Conaway sad when she sees me in the pretend jail. Taken October of 2012
October 13th, 2012 I was going back through my photos and found this one.  If the date/ time are correct, this is one of the very first pictures taken of Aubree since Faith Glosser and the girls left the Fundamentalist CULTure. But, as I was looking at this picture today, a few different thoughts came to mind. Don't tell Faith, but do...
When Faith Conaway first got here, she consistently thought there was a need to keep the girls quiet as I worked on the computer. The total opposite was true. Faith's perception of me was filled with her old life - the one she said she wanted to leave. The Fundamentalist CULTure where children should be beaten, whipped, silenced, and punishment was never...
Recent research indicates that there may be phenomenological, symptom, and diagnostic associations between trauma and hallucinations. However, the nature of the relationship is poorly understood from a psychological perspective. We report a theoretically informed phenomenological study. From descriptions of reported traumas and hallucinations, we assessed the rates of four types of hypothesized association between traumas and hallucinations (direct, indirect,...
If you don't want Aubree, Alexis, and Katelyn living in fear, you have to STOP YOUR own fears FIRST!   When things don’t go your way, do you become sad and dejected? When events are out of your control, do you become stressed and anxious? When your kid doesn’t do what you want, do you get irritable? https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/prefrontal-nudity/201204/shaping-your-kids-brain-success Seriously Faith: At some point...
There are other types of liar, however, who we don’t forgive so easily. We give a hard time to dissemblers; experts at twisting words, judiciously omitting information, creating ambiguity and crafting deniability. Certain jobs seem to demand this skill: estate agents, lawyers and politicians all rely on it. The politicians who tell us, truthfully, that we need to make hard...
Sociopathic Liar Sociopaths are defined as someone who lies continuously in an attempt to get their own way, without showing care or concern for others. Youdon’t have a lot of respect or regard for the feelings and rights of others don't have a lot of respect for other's feelings but are deadly charming and able to get your wayhave a...
Being a liar is one of the most damaging insults you can hurl at another person. None of us wants to live or work with liars: they sow mistrust and shatter relationships. 60 per cent of adults can’t have a ten minute conversation without telling at least one lie. Facebook and Twitter have multiplied our opportunities to tell lies, and made...