Cover up Day : 737,360 - #TraumaTheory Chapter 107

My expert witness




my expert witness is forensic psychologist Kris Mohandie - Stalking - IT’S USUALLY THE EX

Thoughts from 26 August, 2017

Identifying as a part of the 8%

Does belonging to the 8% set you up for lifelong episodes of "falling through the gap"? All men are abusers mantality adversly impacts when systems are as rigid as the abusers.

"My ex has been stalking me for 21 years"

It gets very personal because my ex has been stalking me for more than 10 years now.

>>> from the article: Being stalked by a former intimate partner is the most common stalking pattern and the most dangerous, according to police and forensic psychologist Kris Mohandie.

Dr Mohandie says that because there’s been a former intimate bond, the potential for violence is far greater. Stalkers typically have severe personality disorders, narcissism and a sense of entitlement, viewing their ex-partners as objects that they possess.

* 92% women version “Often times they blame their victims for their legal problems, for abandoning them. And because the perpetrator knows the victim, he knows her habits. It may make him more effective at being able to pursue and harass,” says Dr Mohandie.

* 8% men version “Often times they blame their victims for their legal problems, for abandoning them. And because the perpetrator knows the victim, she knows his habits. It may make her more effective at being able to pursue and harass,” says Dr Mohandie.

My ex has been stalking me for 21 years

Resume of Dr Mohandie

Australia your treatment of children abused by clergy is not what the Australian fair go is about

Recommended for You : Redefining Australian Society

You will likely appreciate the notions in Why it is not a good time to champion Human Rights for Children in Australia

THE FACTS:

A child in an emotionally & mentally healthy family and community has no need for the presence of a God no matter the offered rewards, no matter the sophistry and deception of claimed and real threats

No Australian Christian religion aspires to the basic principle of providing Human Rights to Children. The horror of it is that children in Australia by definition are secondary and the property of the religion of their parents and their political representatives.