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When Children Lie and Why They Lie: The Shared Psychotic Delusion in Parental Alienation – Karen Woodall

I have a particular interest in case of shared psychotic delusional disorder, because I have worked with a number of children who have experienced it and I have seen first hand the manner in which these children lie and I have begun through this experience to understand why they lie. I have also begun recently, through my research, to more deeply understand the line over which the child crosses when they no longer know they are lying. A child in this state of mind becomes very ‘infectious’ because they become very convincing, even when their stories are monstrously and manifestly untrue. This is because, in my view, the lies they tell interact with the unconscious beliefs of those around them, causing those who hear the tales being told to suspend their rational faculties and along with that their disbelief

https://karenwoodall.blog/2018/06/30/when-children-lie-and-why-they-lie-the-shared-psychotic-delusion-in-parental-alienation/

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Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Biological psychology, Counselling psychology and CBT. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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