Many people believe if a victim of narcissistic abuse is asked to take responsibility for what happened to them – that they are being “blamed” for the abuse they suffered.
Naturally, there a large consensus assert this takes away the accountability from where it should be positioned - which is on the abuser.
There is also a lot of belief that the words “blame” and “responsibility” mean the same thing. But do they? Does adopting these beliefs and paths create the same results?
Today’s radio show is a very controversial topic, and one that I feel very passionate about bringing out into an open Forum for discussion.
It is one regarding victimisation versus Thriving, and how the Thriver Model is confused as victim blaming.
To join in the debate please visit the blog here: http://blog.melanietoniaevans.com/does-the-thriver-model-place-the-blame-on-the-victim
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