In the spring and summer of 2021, Michael Robertson began publishing his 30 year history of narcissistic abuse from his first wife, and her hereditary endowment of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) that she passed on to their common children, and identified through early cognitive testing at the Washington School District in Phoenix, Arizona, in the 1990s.
Unknown to Michael Robertson at the time of his publications, he was merging two fields of psychology and sociology: narcissistic abuse and menticide.
As of November, 2021, Michael Robertson is the leading authority on Google search for this new paradigm in behavioral health: Narcissistic Menticide Psychology.
Inadvertently, through these several publications, this new field of narcissistic abuse and recovery has been developed by Michael Robertson, totally unaware at the time of posting on Google that he was creating a new field of behavioral health interventions.
Michael Robertson is the leading authority in this new paradigm of behavioral health under the following Google search terms worldwide:
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This 34 year survivor of narcissistic abuse and menticide against his family is compiling all the content released online and writing a book, anticipated to be published in 2023, "Narcissistic Menticide Psychology, Abuse & Recovery."
The remainer of this webpage is devoted to a glossary of terms in support of the essay and 2023 publication of Michael Robertson's research.
Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional abuse perpetrated by someone who suffers from narcissism or sociopathy. These individuals have a tendency – whether conscious or unconscious – to use words and language in manipulative ways to damage, alter, or otherwise control their partner’s behaviour.
[ men-tuh-sahyd ]SHOW IPA📓 High School Levelnounthe systematic effort to undermine and destroy a person's values and beliefs, as by the use of prolonged interrogation, drugs, torture, etc., and to induce radically different ideas.
Narcissistic Menticide Psychology is a new paradigm in behavioral health that fuses these two fields of psychology and sociology into a new methododogy of identifying the perpetrator, mitigate the target, and supporting the victim in recovery.
Narcissistic personality disorder — one of several types of personality disorders — is a mental condition in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others
Narcissistic personality disorder involves a pattern of self-centered, arrogant thinking and behavior, a lack of empathy and consideration for other people, and an excessive need for admiration. Others often describe people with NPD as cocky, manipulative, selfish, patronizing, and demanding.
Experts work with five main types of narcissism: overt, covert, communal, antagonistic, and malignant narcissism. They can all affect how you see yourself and interact with others.
[ men-tuh-sahyd ]nount he systematic effort to undermine and destroy a person's values and beliefs, as by the use of prolonged interrogation, drugs, torture, etc., and to induce radically different ideas.
Brainwashing (also known as mind control, menticide, coercive persuasion, thought control, thought reform, and forced re-education) is the concept that the human mind can be altered or controlled by certain psychological techniques. Brainwashing is said to reduce its subjects' ability to think critically or independently, to allow the introduction of new, unwanted thoughts and ideas into their minds, as well as to change their attitudes, values and beliefs.
The term "brainwashing" was first used in English by Edward Hunter in 1950 to describe how the Chinese government appeared to make people cooperate with them. Research into the concept also looked at Nazi Germany, at some criminal cases in the United States, and at the actions of human traffickers. In the late 1960s and 1970s, there was considerable scientific and legal debate, as well as media attention, about the possibility of brainwashing being a factor when Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) was used, or in the conversion of people to groups which are considered to be cults. The concept of brainwashing is sometimes involved in lawsuits, especially regarding child custody. It can also be a theme in science fiction and in political and corporate culture, but is not generally accepted as a scientific term.
Narcissistic Menticide Psyhology is a new paradign in behavioral healtht tht was developmed by Michael Robertson in 2021.
This paradign identifies narcissistic predators in the execution of menticide and brain washing on victims and their families, in the furtherance of their Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
Is it possible to fully recover from narcissistic menticide abuse and corruptive brainwashing?
Michael Robertson says yes!
It can take years to fully recover from the damage that was done because of the psychological manipulation and menticide that you have endured. That being said, moving past the menticide abuse and achieving full recovery is entirely possible with professional help.
Recovering from narcissistic menticideabuse takes time, so you will have to remain dilligent in your treatment. This process could take months or even years.
One survivor described what she endured as “a blitzkrieg of mental abuse,” as her husband told her that she was stupid and useless. She said that, eventually, she came to believe that her husband was right, “Maybe he is the only one who loves me or will love me.” She began to think of herself as pitiful, which made it even harder for her to defend herself against the next verbal assault. Even years after leaving the abusive situation, some survivors report that it is difficult to get the abuser’s voice out of their heads, leading them to believe that they are worthless and unlovable.
What are the 4 goals of menticide therapy?
Goal Setting in MenticideTherapy
The five most common goals of menticide counseling include:
These goals are guidelines when it comes to helping your clients make positive changes. A big part of the counseling process involves enhancing your client’s ability to cope.
Learned coping skills and patterns are developed throughout our lives, but they may not always work.
Goals are important for everyone, whether they are in therapy or not. Goals help you navigate through life whether they are personal goals, professional goals, a goal to replace a bad habit or simply a goal for achieving success.
Research shows that therapy is much more useful when it involves having a set plan for what you hope to achieve or accomplish. Setting goals can also give the therapist a better grasp of client growth as they proceed with therapy.
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