*NOT directed at you or your followers just ranting* But am I the only one who thinks people/therapists don't take Trauma Bonding (aka Stockholm Syndrome) seriously? I developed it as a child shorty after being abused and it was the main reason I never came forward until years later. People don't think it's real because they automatically assume a victim would do anything to get his/her abuser(s) arrested but that's not always the case. It is a very real and very damaging illness.
Some really dont take it seriously at all. I had such a huge trauma bond to my abuser that I repressed everything he did and saw him as the best person ever and it’s shattering to have that taken away
Therapists can be shit when it comes to that but I have met a couple who take it seriously