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Walker, THE BATTERED WOMAN (1979); also THE BATTERED WOMAN SYNDROME (1984) and**441 Battered Woman Syndrome and Self-Defense, 6 Notre Dame J.L.

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Allery, 101 Wash.2d 591, 682 P.2d 312, 316 (1984), thecourt observed that expert testimony “explaining why a person suffering fromthe battered woman syndrome would not leave her mate, would not inform policeor friends, and would fear increased aggression against herself would behelpful to a jury in understanding a phenomenon not within the competence of anordinary lay person.”

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FOUR PSYCHOLOGICAL STAGES OF THE BATTERED WOMAN SYNDROME DENIAL The woman refuses to admit--even to herself--that she has been beaten or that there is a …
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Battered woman syndrome occurs from intimate partner violence when one partner, typically a male, is physically and/or emotionally abusive to their female partner. While battering often happens to women, it can also happen to men and it can happen in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships. When faced with abuse, you may feel hopeless to stop the battering. You may begin to believe that the abuse is your fault or that you deserve it. If you feel you may have symptoms of battered woman syndrome, obtain a proper diagnosis and treatment from a professional.

 

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Keep in mind that this book was written for women who are victims of domestic abuse,not for people in BPD situations. Although borderlines may act emotionally (and evenphysically) abusive, it's crucial to understand that they are not usually tryingto harm you. Rather, they are acting out of intense pain, fear, and shame using primitivedefenses they may have learned long ago. Moreover, borderlines feel as though they cannotcontrol these reactions.

FOUR PSYCHOLOGICAL STAGES OF THE BATTERED WOMAN SYNDROME DENIAL The woman refuses to admit--even to herself--that …
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Upon reflection, if this unawareness must be a syndrome, how about Battered Wife Syndrome? Think about it. People, male and female or "other" are all acting like battered wives. Such women keep things secret, feel they don't dare have a voice, too embarrassed to tell any one, too afraid to leave, too scared, too poor, too traumatized to even think clearly but with great hate building and building. They won't talk about it because it is humiliating and because they fear blow back and how others will perceive them, and where could they go to be safe for real, how would they and children survive? Plus the PTSD that goes with this. If I look at this along these lines given the people I know, it all fits. Battered people and I guess not all are women, feel as if they have no power. And they fear power. One feels worthless if constantly beaten, unable to take on the oppressor, but in no way do they embrace it or defend it, they hide it. They keep their feelings and fears to themselves. In shame and sorrows.


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The etiology of this aspect is described inErin Masson, ADMISSIBILITY OF EXPERT OR OPINION EVIDENCE OF BATTERED-WOMANSYNDROME ON ISSUE OF SELF-DEFENSE, 58 ALR 5th 749, 762-763 (1998):

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One aspect of the syndrome is what had been described as “learnedhelplessness”-where, after repeated abuse, women come to believe that theycannot control the situation and thus become passive and submissive.

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See Hope Toffel, Crazy Women, UnharmedMen, and Evil Children: Confronting the Myths About Battered People Who KillTheir Abusers, And The *254 Argument For Extending Battering SyndromeSelf-Defenses To All Victims Of Domestic Violence, 70 S.

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The Stockholm episode sparked off great interest and research into the phenomenon of emotional bonding between captors and captives, (abusers and victims). Psychology wanted to know if what was witnessed in the Stockholm Bank incident was a unique occurrence, or was it more common than was thought. Since then, studies have revealed that this behaviour (positive attachment) in the captives does indeed occur in many situations, for example; narcissistic abuse, battering (men and women), abused children, incest victims, rape victims, cult members, prison camps, pimp-procured prostitutes, prisoners of war, etc.