Narcissister og børn
Hvordan reagerer børn af narcissister – og hvad stiller man op med det?
Om at forklare sine børn hvad der sker og en historie fra mit liv
Why domestic violence victims don’t leave
“I never once thought of myself as a battered wife.
Instead, I was a very strong woman in love with a deeply troubled man.”
— Leslie Morgan Steiner
Leslie Morgan Steiner was in “crazy love” — that is, madly in love with a man who routinely abused her and threatened her life. Steiner tells the story of her relationship, correcting misconceptions many people hold about victims of domestic violence, and explaining how we can all help break the silence.
Domestic violence – Australia
Britisk dokumentar om vold i hjemme (Netflix)
Film trailer: VOLD – I kærlighedens navn
DOXBIO biografpremiere 1. november 2017
For første gang er et filmhold lukket ind på det danske kvindekrisecenter Danner. Her oplever vi, hvordan kvinderne bag trygge mure samler kræfter og finder styrken til at rejse sig igen. Her bearbejder de deres oplevelser, får opbygget deres selvtillid og får hjælp til at bryde ud af det voldelige forhold, der sendte dem på krisecenter.
Mødre og børn har trukket sig tilbage på deres værelser, alt er stille. Nattevagten tjekker, at alle døre er låst, og de frivillige, der har taget imod dagens opkald på nødtelefonen, kan pakke sammen. Selvom der er roligt bag de beskyttende mure i krisecentret, er livet for beboerne præget af et følelsesmæssigt kaos, af frygt for fremtiden, sorg og en længsel efter den tabte kærlighed. En livsfarlig kærlighed i hvis navn, volden mod dem bliver begået. Dag for dag, skridt for skridt arbejder personalet tålmodigt med at hjælpe kvinderne med at bearbejde oplevelserne og genopbygge deres selvtillid, så de kan skabe et nyt liv for dem selv og deres børn – uden vold.
Hvert år bliver 33.000 danske kvinder udsat for partnervold og hvert år kommer 2.000 børn med deres mor på krisecenter.
Instruktør: Christina Rosendahl
Producent: Sonntag Pictures
Længde: 1 time og 16 min. Sprog: Dansk
Jenna Stauffer and Sandra L. Brown on Psychopathy and Pathological Love Relationships
Published on April 28, 2014
Sandra L. Brown, M.A., is the founder of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction & Public Pathology Education. She is a former psychotherapist, community educator on pathological love relationships, clinical lecturer and trainer, TV and radio guest, and an author. Her books include the highly popular How to Spot a Dangerous Man Before You Get Involved, the award winning Women Who Love Psychopaths: Inside the Relationships of Inevitable Harm With Psychopaths, Sociopaths & Narcissists, as well as the clinically relevant Counseling Victims of Violence: A Handbook for Helping Professionals.
Sandra is recognized for her pioneering work in women’s issues related to relational harm from dangerous and pathological partners. She specializes in the development of Pathological Love Relationship training for other professionals and the development of survivor-based support services. The Institute is the only formal Model-of-Care approach for survivors and offers the largest available array of products and services related to this population. Her books, CD’s, DVD’s, and other training materials have been used as curriculum in drug rehabs, women’s organizations and shelters, women’s jail and prison programs, school and college-based programs, inner city projects, psychology and sociology programs, and distributed in almost every country of the world. Her books have been translated into several languages.
The Truth About Narcissistic Parents
– Children of Narcissists Are Emotional Orphans
Published on May 2, 2016
The truth about narcissistic parents, unfiltered.
The psychology of narcissism
Published on Feb 23, 2016
Narcissism isn’t just a personality type that shows up in advice columns; it’s actually a set of traits classified and studied by psychologists. But what causes it? And can narcissists improve on their negative traits? W. Keith Campbell describes the psychology behind the elevated and sometimes detrimental self-involvement of narcissists.
The Psychopath Next Door
YouTube, 11. december 2014
The Psychopath Next Door: Most of us think of the psychopath as a serial killer – a monster like Colonel Russell Williams, Paul Bernardo, or Clifford Olsen. But most psychopaths are not physically violent criminals – they live among us undetected.
Psychopath (BBC Documentary)
YouTube, 5. Maj 2013
»My very first contemplation of criminal behaviour was trying to put together a plan of getting away with murder, and I was going to kill my brother.
I knew that every Sunday he would jump on his bike and he’d head down the road to join up with some other fellers. He loved that bike and he used to tell me: ‘You ever touch my bike, I’ll kill you!’
So this Sunday morning, while he’s working, I take his bike, I knew if I provoked it just a little bit more that he would chase me. So I gave him a couple of kicks and took off on a dead run for a tree that was right beside my grandfather’s barn. And it went up on to the roof and on the opposite side of the barn there were cutter rakes. And sure enough he chased me up there and as he topped the edge of that roof I kicked him off it, and he fell on to those rakes.
Some court people came and got me.«
I Am Fishead: Are Corporate Leaders Psychopaths?
YouTube, 23. Maj 2013
YouTube, 26. August 2013
Disturbing footage of a psychopathic child cut from the 1990 documentary Child of Rage. Technically, the child is not officially a psychopath. She shows psychopathic tendencies, but this is due to her mistreatment at the hands of her parents. She actually suffers from an attachment disorder – a disorder that comes about when children such as Beth face abuse early in life.
After therapy and a great deal of love, she is now a perfectly healthy adult that works tirelessly to help others.
For those who want to learn more about the importance of love in a child’s early years, I suggest that you take a look at Harlow’s monkey experiments. Very similar.
Hvordan udvikles psykopati? Mange forskere er enige om at det er en kombination af arv og miljø eller miljø alene. Derfor er det ekstermt vigtig straks at handle når børn udsættes for overgreb, psykisk vold, fysisk vold og/eller at vokse op hos en psykopatisk forælder.
Denne 6 årlig pige er et skræmmende eksempel på hvor galt det kan gå når et barn udsættes for overgreb i den tidlige barndom. Pigen blev adopteret af et ægtepar, der er nødt til at låse hende inde om natten af frygt for at hun vil slå dem ihjel, når de sover. Hun har forsøgt at slå sin lillebror ihjel flere gange, og har allerede slået flere dyr ihjel.
Screening Politicians for Psychopathy
YouTube, 26. januar 2014
Introducing this Channel: Narcissists, Psychopaths, Abuse
You are not alone!
Are YOU Abused? Stalked? Harassed? Victimized? Confused and Frightened?
Were you brought up by a Narcissistic or Psychopathic Parent?
Married to a Narcissist or a Psychopath – or Divorcing One?
Afraid your children will turn out to be narcissists or psychopaths?
Want to cope with this pernicious, baffling condition?
Why do some people become psychopaths?
YouTube, 30. Januar 2014
Professor Essi Viding, UCL Psychology and Language Sciences
Although childhood behavioural problems are relatively common, not all problems develop for the same reason, and only a few individuals will go on to develop psychopathy in adulthood. This lecture reviews behavioural problems in children, in terms of genetics, brain function and development, and considers why some children may be at an increased risk of developing psychopathy when they grow up.