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This may last for many repetitions and often expectations are just eventually dropped as the target gets desensitized to non-performance by the perpetrator.
Forced Teaming: This term was developed by Gavin de Becker in his book The Gift of Fear.
This deprives the bully of the projection, so interest is lost in bullying that person. The perpetrator is someone who has not done what they agreed to do and probably never intended to do it.
When the target is at the end of their patience and about to enforce a consequence (evict a tenant, fire an employee, end a relationship, revoke probation, etc..) the perpetrator does some small relatively easy part of what they should already have done (like make a small payment, schedule an appointment, do a small chore etc..) Even if the target understands that the token is not at all commensurate with the backlog of irresponsibility, it is hard for most people to follow through on the consequence.
That's because, starting in the earliest days of life, a child's relationship with her or his mother is the foundation of a sense of self.
Through maternal attachment, we begin to learn who we are and what we feel and to acquire the ability to interact with others.
These include — but are not limited to — social isolation, financial restriction and essentially anything else hat makes someone more dependent on him than she has to be.
This is a special case of projective identification as described above.
That is, the perpetrator has done ' to avoid getting in trouble. Perfectionist, unpredictable, best friend, me-first or complete?Family therapist and clinical psychologist Dr Stephan Poulter explains the five mother types and their corresponding strengths and legacies 1. The best friend mother She enjoys treating her children as equals in order to avoid the responsibility of setting boundaries.She isn’t necessarily perfect herself but whatever her emotional circumstances, she is committed to motherhood — regardless of other responsibilities outside the home. Rather than physically or verbally abuse someone, an emotionally abusive man will use a number of other strategies to make his target feel both worthless and bound to him.