Battered Meida’s Cry for Help
Posted on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 1:31:37 PM by jazminerose
Abusive relationships are more difficult to end than healthy ones. Our relationship to a president who lies to us and betrays the sovereignty of the nation is, unquestionably, abusive. Bonds formed through traumatic events are far more durable than bonds forged via healthy interactions. The toady press has a great deal invested in Obama.
People outside of the abusive relationship always ask why the victim doesn’t just leave. Once you’ve been worked over by an abusive narcissist, you no longer have the will to escape. Remember, the abuser has done so much fogging that the victim comes to believe that his behavior is entirely normal. Many victims become convinced that they themselves cause the abuse. Some are persuaded that they are the abusive ones and their poor innocent partners are the ones in need of compassion.
If you’ve never seen the original version of “Gaslight”, this would be a good time to take a look at it.
Former CBS newsman, Bernie Goldberg correctly refers to the relationship between the mainstream press and Obama as a “slobbering love affair.” It’s embarrassing.
Fortunately, victims can finally get to the point at which the abuse becomes intolerable and reach out for help:
Obama and the media actually have a surprisingly hostile relationship — as contentious on a day-to-day basis as any between press and president in the past decade, reporters who cover the White House say.
The Politico goes on to describe the character of an abusive narcissist:
The ferocity of pushback is intense. A routine press query can draw a string of vitriolic e-mails. A negative story can draw a profane high-decibel phone call or worse. Some reporters feel like they’ve been frozen out after crossing the White House.
(Excerpt) Read more at joytiz.com …