Tag Archives: bad childhood

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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The Truth Within

Given the family history of MSbP, it seems fitting that a medical trauma as an adult led me to the truth about my childhood abuse.  Help Hurts The first step in moving ahead with my post-injury life was to seek help for a phobia associated with medical personnel. I underwent two sessions of a type […]
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Naming the Devil Part 3: The Lying Disease

In the previous blog in this three-part series, I spoke about a personal encounter with a family perpetrator of MSbP, and the roles she gave herself in the process. Here, I’ll describe how the falsehoods and truths combined to lead me to believe my paternal grandmother had MSbP. Filling in Blanks As I continue my […]
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Surviving Adult Reports Childhood MSbP Torture: Part 22 -Medication Poisoning at S.A.F.E.

Now that I have described the structure of S.A.F.E. in several blog posts, including a description of the phases, there is a notable moment that I must relay to you, because it highlights the garish incompetency of the program in general.  The article I posted earlier about S.A.F.E. describes how medicated we were, and it’s true.  Maybe we had […]
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Surviving Adult Reports Childhood MSbP Torture: Part 14 – S.A.F.E. and Phases

In my last post, I described how I went all the way from Utah to Orlando, FL and somehow survived the intake at S.A.F.E. Here, I continue my story of what happened to me at S.A.F.E. My Memory of S.A.F.E. It’s difficult to revisit my time at S.A.F.E. and write it sequentially because my memory […]
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