Triangulation (psychology) Category

A Case of Paranoia in a Young Woman Patient

In 1915, Freud reports another observation of the onset of psychosis. Embarrassed by one of his clients’ complaints about the persecution she has suffered at the hands of a former lover, a lawyer initiates a meeting with Freud, to whom the young woman tells her story. After she had been courted for a certain period […]

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For those subject to triangulation

For those subject to triangulation Do not believe anything you are told by a triangulator. Don’t allow yourself to become provoked by or engaged in trashy talking. Keep your life well-balanced and empowered through the love of friends, hobbies, family, work and spirituality. Volunteer to help others. Remember, you can’t stop a triangulator from manipulating […]

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Recognising triangulation

Recognising triangulation Finding yourself subject to the toxic control of how others see you is debilitating. Believing that a loved one or group of loved ones or those who have control over decisions regarding your income, status as a professional or your ability to parent view you through a lens screened with negativity creates anxiety […]

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What is Triangulation?

Triangulation is a standard family systems construct. Nothing new. Nothing exotic. The specific type of “triangulation” involved in the construct of “parental alienation” is called a “cross–generational parent-child coalition” of the child with the allied and supposedly favored parent against the other parent.Jul 8, 2014 https://drcraigchildressblog.com/2014/07/08/therapy-cross-generational-parent-child-coalition/

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Triangulation (psychology)

Triangulation is a situation in which one family member will not communicate directly with another family member, but will communicate with a third family member, which can lead to the third family member becoming part of the triangle. The concept originated in the study of dysfunctional family systems, but can describe behaviors in other systems […]

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