Scapegoats Surviving an Abusive Family

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

What is it like to grow up as the scapegoat in an abusive family, and how does it feel to experience bullying from your own family members? In this book, I write about the experience of the scapegoat in an abusive family, as well as how to recover and rise from this.

Table of Contents

The Difficult Role of the Family Scapegoat


The role of the family scapegoat is extremely difficult, and it is a role which can impact the development of the child for the rest of his life. In this chapter, I go over the role of the family
scapegoat and why a certain family member is chosen for the scapegoating.
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My Personal Experience with Family Scapegoating


These are my personal experiences with family scapegoating. I also share some thoughts on how this affected me.
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The Multi-Generational Aspects of Family Scapegoating Abuse


This chapter describes the multi-generational aspects of family scapegoating abuse, and how it can cause severe problems for everyone involved. I also write about projection and how this plays into
the role of scapegoating abuse.
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The Signs of the Family Scapegoat


What are the signs that you are a family scapegoat? I write about these signs here. Hopefully they can help you if you are in a situation where you are experiencing family scapegoating abuse.
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Healing from Family Scapegoating: Your Human Rights and The Process


This chapter describes your human rights, and the healing process of the family scapegoat. As you read this chapter, you can start to understand that you can actually love, respect yourself, and
give yourself self-love and self-compassion. These are the keys to healing from family scapegoating abuse.
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Empowered and Healthy Ways to Respond to Family Scapegoating


These are healthy and empowered ways that you can respond to family members who try to scapegoat you. You don't have to get caught in the drama, shaming, and blaming that happen with your toxic
family members. There are ways you can stay out of the chaos and still stay true to yourself.
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The Healthy Family Relationships


What are healthy family relationships like? This chapter gives an overview of what healthy family relationships are, and hopefully, this can help you as you recover from family scapegoating. These
guidelines can apply to other relationships as well.
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Final Thoughts


These are my final thoughts on this book. I hope that the book is helpful for you, and that it helps you on your own healing journey.
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