Monthly Archives: August 2016

Proxy Project Submits Patient-Centered Book Chapter Draft

Earlier this year, we submitted a proposal for a book chapter in the book  under the working title “Patient Centered Medicine “, ISBN 978­953­51­4982­8. Our proposal was accepted, and we just submitted our draft chapter with the working title, “Patient-Centered Medicine and Prevention of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy”, or MSbP. Chapter Synopsis The chapter covers […]
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Surviving Adult Reports MSbP Torture: Blog Post List

Hi everyone, this is Monika. Mariel has gotten a lot of great feedback from her “Daughter of a Psychiatrist” post on Mad in America. Her post was somewhat inspired by her “Surviving Adult” series of blog posts she made on the Proxy Project. I decided to make this list of her blog posts so you […]
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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 25 – Wrap Up

This post wraps up a long series of posts I did reviewing the scientific works of Drs. Judith Libow and Herbert Schreier that focused on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP). Here is a succinct overview: Blog Posts and Topics Part 1 – Introduction: Discussion of the difference in perspectives of those who do public health […]
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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 24 – A Surviving Epidemiologist’s Perspective

In my last 23 posts, I review over 15 works on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) written by the psychologist-psychiatrist duo Drs. Judith Libow and Dr. Herbert Schreier. In this post, I will provide my opinion as to the take-home messages for an adult survivor of MSbP from their long literature. What Good was Done […]
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Three Generations Too Much: MSbP in my family

“Three generations of imbeciles are enough.” This well-known quote summed up the ruling of the Supreme Court of the US in the infamous case Buck v. Bell (1927), as written by Chief Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. In the case of my family, I would say three generations of MSbP are too much. Yet, as I write […]
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