Monthly Archives: November 2015

Surviving Adult Reports Childhood MSbP Torture: Part 1 – Introduction

Introduction I am 28 years old and am studying Medical Sociology. I survived Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP). My mother, the perpetrator, is no longer among the living. She committed suicide three years ago. However, my sister, who is age 26, is still alive. I am in the process of putting distance between her and […]
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Two Reasons Why SIDS Can be Undiagnosed Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy: Reason 2

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) became popularized in the 1980s. It is a term used as a cause of death when an infant dies suddenly of unknown causes. Contrary to popular belief, SIDS has been debunked as an actual disease entity. There are two main reasons for this. I explain the reason one in my previous […]
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Family Triangulation Part Five: Parallel Lines

In this series, I’ve briefly highlighted the dynamics in my paternal family, the manifestations of my grandmother’s mental issues and their effects on her children, and some of the effects on her grandchildren (previous entry). In this entry, I finally look in the mirror. Odd One Out My sister and I were never on good terms. […]
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Researchers Try to Explain “Nonperpetrating Spouses”

As reported in the scientific literature and reflected in the news, MSbP perpetrators who have been caught usually are female, and usually are perpetrating on their children.  In 2012, Morell and Tilley published a review of the literature compiling what is known about “nonperpetrating spouses”, or “the dads”. “The Dads” are Nice Guys and Workaholics […]
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