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Sunday, August 9, 2015

Psychiatry-the same survival mindset as being tortured/12 stages of grief/same mindset as PTSD/ Body policing (1984 style) by WLI

Shame for feeling emotions.

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Emotional Abuse - Any pattern of behavior directed at one individual by another which promotes in them a destructive sense of Fear, Obligation or Guilt (FOG).

"I feel abandoned." "Here, take these pills. You SHOULDN'T feel something many people feel."
Sound familiar? You are being manipulated by the abuse of narcissistic people in the psychiatry industry.

Minimisation - Minimisation is a type of deception involving denial coupled with rationalisation in situations where complete denial is implausible. It is the opposite of exaggeration. Minimization – downplaying the significance of an event or emotion - is a common strategy in dealing with feelings of guilt.  *Sarcasm*"You're emotions are intense because you have a mental illness, not because emotions are normal or anything." 

You're either with us, or against us - The phrase "you're either with us, or against us" and similar variations are used to depict situations as being polarized and to force witnesses, bystanders, or others unaligned with some form of pre-existing conflict to either become allies of the speaking party or lose favor. The implied consequence of not joining the team effort is to be deemed an enemy. "you're either insane/mentally ill or normal."

Empathy Gap - Importantly, an inability to minimize one's gap in empathy can lead to negative outcomes in medical settings (e.g., when a doctor needs to accurately diagnose the physical pain of a patient) A doctor telling a patient he or she needs to take meds instead of using alternative therapies  that do not try to change a person's feelings such as DBT. Many doctors just view people as needing to be happy instead of someone with emotions, just like everyone else.

Threat(ing) - A threat is an act of coercion wherein an act is proposed to elicit a negative response. It is a communicated intent to inflict harm or loss on another person. It can be a crime in many jurisdictions. Threat (intimidation) is widely seen in animals, particularly in a ritualized form, chiefly in order to avoid the unnecessary physical violence that can lead to physical damage or death of both conflicting parties."If you are mentally ill you need to be medicated! We must fix you!"

Emotional Blackmail - A system of threats and punishments used in an attempt to control someone’s behaviors."If you are depressed or have BPD or HPD you must be fixed. We are not going to tell you your emotions are validated (like DBT techniques and alternative therapies do) but we are going to try to make you happy!"

Pigeonholing - is any process that attempts to classify disparate entities into a small number of categories (usually, mutually exclusive ones).The term usually carries connotations of criticism, implying that the classification scheme referred to inadequately reflects the entities being sorted, or that it is based on stereotypes.1)Categories are poorly defined (often because they are subjective).2) Entities may be suited to more than one category. Example: rhubarb is both 'poisonous' and 'edible'. 3) Entities may not fit into any available category. Example: asking somebody from Washington, DC which state they live in.4)Entities may change over time, so they no longer fit the category in which they have been placed. Example: certain species of fish may change from male to female during their life. 5)Attempting to discretize properties that would be better viewed as a continuum. Example: attempting to sort people into 'introverted' and 'extroverted'.6) Criteria used to categorize entities do not accurately predict the properties ascribed to those categories. Example: relying on astrological sign as a guide to someone's personality.

Infrahumanisation (or infrahumanization) is the tacitly held belief that one's ingroup is more human than an outgroup, which is less human. The term was coined by Jacques-Philippe Leyens and colleagues in the early 2000s to distinguish what they argue to be an everyday phenomenon from dehumanization..... According to Leyens and colleagues, infrahumanisation arises when people view their ingroup and outgroup as essentially different (different in essence) and accordingly reserve the "human essence" for the ingroup and deny it to the outgroup. Whether a "subhuman" classification means "human but inferior" or "not human at all" may be academic.... "People with depression, BPD, or HPD will only hurt you, stay away from them until they are normal like WE are"

Dehumanization or dehumanisation describes the denial of "humanness" to other people. It is theorized to take on two forms: animalistic dehumanization, which is employed on a largely intergroup basis, and mechanistic dehumanization, which is employed on a largely interpersonal basis. Dehumanization can occur discursively (e.g., idiomatic language that likens certain human beings to non-human animals, verbal abuse, erasing one's voice from discourse), symbolically (e.g., imagery), or physically (e.g., chattel slavery, physical abuse, refusing eye contact). Dehumanization often ignores the target's individuality (i.e., the creative and interesting aspects of their personality) and prevents one from showing compassion towards stigmatized groups. The way people treat others who are depressed, have BPD or HPD."People with depression, BPD, or HPD will only hurt you, stay away from them until they are normal like WE are"

Moral disengagement is a term from social psychology for the process of convincing the self that ethical standards do not apply to oneself in a particular context, by separating moral reactions from inhumane conduct by disabling the mechanism of self-condemnation. People treating people with BPD, HPD or depression differently, even though we are all "f*cked up" in some way.

Stanford prison experiment (SPE) was a study of the psychological effects of becoming a prisoner or prison guard.The participants adapted to their roles well beyond Zimbardo's expectations, as the guards enforced authoritarian measures and ultimately subjected some of the prisoners to psychological torture. Many of the prisoners passively accepted psychological abuse and, at the request of the guards, readily harassed other prisoners who attempted to prevent it. The experiment even affected Zimbardo himself, who, in his role as the superintendent, permitted the abuse to continue.Two of the prisoners quit the experiment early, and the entire experiment was abruptly stopped after only six days, to an extent because of the objections of Christina Maslach.
The Milgram experiment on obedience to authority figures was a series of social psychology experiments conducted by Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram. They measured the willingness of study participants to obey an authority figure who instructed them to perform acts conflicting with their personal conscience.
- Shows how people will blindly follow anything they are told especially if it comes from authority or they are given any power. People want power over others. This is true with many therapists, doctors,etc. when it comes to control someone's emotions and people who will listen to them even though they know it's stupid, incorrect and dumb. 

Thought suppression is when an individual consciously attempts to stop thinking about a particular thought.It is often associated with obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD). OCD is when a person will repeatedly (usually unsuccessfully) attempt to prevent or "neutralize" intrusive distressing thoughts centered on one or more obsessions. It is also related to work on memory inhibition. Thought suppression is relevant to both mental and behavioral levels, possibly leading to ironic effects that are contrary to intention. The way society and medical field tries to suppress any body love / self love thoughts. Tries to suppress any emotions such as sadness, fear of abandonment,etc.

Dehumanization may be carried out by a social institution (such as a state, school, or family), interpersonally, or even within the self. Dehumanization can be unintentional, especially on the part of individuals, as with some types of de facto racism. State-organized dehumanization has historically been directed against perceived political, racial, ethnic, national, or religious minority groups. Other minoritized and marginalized individuals and groups (based on sexual orientation, gender, disability, class, or some other organizing principle) are also susceptible to various forms of dehumanization. The concept of dehumanization has received empirical attention in the psychological literature. It is conceptually related to infrahumanization, delegitimization, moral exclusion, and objectification. Dehumanization occurs across several domains; is facilitated by status, power, and social connection; and results in behaviors like exclusion, violence, and support for violence against others."People with depression, BPD, or HPD will only hurt you, stay away from them until they are normal like WE are" They need to be medicated because that is the only way to make them fixed and normal,like WE Are."

Delegitimisation (also spelled delegitimation) is literally the withdrawal of legitimacy, usually from some institution such as a state, cultural practice, etc. which may have acquired it explicitly or implicitly, by statute or accepted practice. Denying any justice or moral support from the legal system for a bigger person. "So- and-so killed because she or he had depression, BPD,HPD,etc. but we are also going to fail to mention they were on an anti-psychotic that is KNOWN to cause mental disturbances."

Religious paranoia is an irrational fear of being purposefully attacked by an outside agent(s) in or through some religious context. Some examples: The fear of one's soul being stolen. The fear of being tempted by demons.The fear of being plotted against by cultists. The fear of being a target of God or Satan.  "God wants you to be happy!"

Harassment - Any sustained or chronic pattern of unwelcome behavior by one individual towards another. && Bullying - Any systematic action of hurting a person from a position of relative physical, social, economic or emotional strength.*You would be better if you were happy, everything will be perfect.You're family and friends will love you if you were happy."

Intimidation - Any form of veiled, hidden, indirect or non-verbal threat. *Here is a number for a psychologist,etc.*  *someone (doctor,friend,family member) gives person information about anti-depressants,etc. especially if that person would rather use natural methods such as DBT*

Raging, Violence and Impulsive Aggression - Explosive verbal, physical or emotional elevations of a dispute. Rages threaten the security or safety of another individual and violate their personal boundaries *When others get irritated or frustrated at another individuals choice to NOT take medications or to go to use DBT, CBT,etc INSTEAD of going to  conventional therapy to get "fixed" and happy!

Chaos Manufacture - Unnecessarily creating or maintaining an environment of risk, destruction, confusion or mess. "Your emotions and feelings are wrong, feel *THIS*  way."

Chronic Broken Promises - Repeatedly making and then breaking commitments and promises is a common trait among people who suffer from personality disorders. "People will love you more if you are happy and feel better!" "You will be a better person if you stop being depressed.

 "carrot and stick" - The "carrot and stick" approach (also "carrot or stick approach") is an idiom that refers to a policy of offering a combination of rewards and punishment to induce behavior. It is named in reference to a cart driver dangling a carrot in front of a mule and holding a stick behind it. The mule would move towards the carrot because it wants the reward of food, while also moving away from the stick behind it, since it does not want the punishment of pain, thus drawing the cart. "get fixed  gain positive self-esteem, instead of giving yourself self love now, WAIT UNTIL you are normal." "get fixed, be loved by your peers, or stay messed up and be shunned."

Hyper Vigilance - Maintaining an unhealthy level of interest in the behaviors, comments, thoughts and interests of others.

Suggestibility - Suggestibility is the quality of being inclined to accept and act on the suggestions of others. A person experiencing intense emotions tends to be more receptive to ideas and therefore more suggestible. Generally, suggestibility decreases as age increases. However, psychologists have found that individual levels of self-esteem and assertiveness can make some people more suggestible than others, which has resulted in the concept of a spectrum of suggestibility."You would be a better person if you were happier" *jokes about depression, HPD,BPD*  *The impression in movies, tv, etc. that  a person who has depression , BPD or HPD are always going to kill themselves or kill someone else* 

Psychological repression, or simply repression, is the psychological attempt made by an individual to repel one's own desires and impulses toward pleasurable instincts by excluding the desire from one's consciousness and holding or subduing it in the unconscious. Repression plays a major role in many mental illnesses, and in the psyche of the average person

Alienation - The act of cutting off or interfering with an individual's relationships with others. Shaming someone for wanting to stay home, or have sex. Telling people that they do these things BECAUSE they have depression, BPD,HPD,etc. Maybe so, but why is that wrong? People are expected to act like the rest of society.

Imposed Isolation - When abuse results in a person becoming isolated from their support network, including friends and family.Shaming someone for wanting to stay home, or have sex. Telling people that they do these things BECAUSE they have depression, BPD,HPD,etc. Maybe so, but why is that wrong? People are expected to act like the rest of society. when they do hang out with people they get a bunch of questions,etc.

Idiosyncrasy credit - is a concept in social psychology that describes an individual's capacity to acceptably deviate from group expectations. Idiosyncrasy credits are increased (earned) each time an individual conforms to a group's expectations, and decreased (spent) each time an individual deviates from a group's expectations. Edwin Hollander originally defined idiosyncrasy credit as "an accumulation of positively disposed impressions residing in the perceptions of relevant others; it is… the degree to which an individual may deviate from the common expectancies of the group".
Yay!! You get some credits, crazy, for going to the psychiatrist and being put on meds to make you numb. You LOSE credits when you think for yourself and try to love yourself regardless of your issues.

Unnecessary personal distress - an aversive, self-focused emotional reaction (e.g., anxiety, worry, discomfort) to the apprehension or comprehension of another's emotional state or condition. This negative affective state often occurs as a result of emotional contagion when there is confusion between self and other. Shaming someone for wanting to stay home, or have sex. Telling people that they do these things BECAUSE they have depression, BPD,HPD,etc. Maybe so, but why is that wrong? People are expected to act like the rest of society.

Intellectualization is a defense mechanism where reasoning is used to block confrontation with an unconscious conflict and its associated emotional stress where thinking is used to avoid feeling.It involves removing one's self, emotionally, from a stressful event. Intellectualization may accompany, but is different from rationalization, the pseudo-rational justification of irrational acts. 

Splitting (also called black and white thinking or all-or-nothing thinking) - the failure in a person's thinking to bring together both positive and negative qualities of the self and others into a cohesive, realistic whole. It is a common defense mechanism used by many people. The individual tends to think in extremes (i.e., an individual's actions and motivations are all good or all bad with no middle ground). "Depression is never good, BPD and HPD always end up hurting others,etc."

Can also be included in "Always" and "Never" Statementss - Declarations containing the words "always" or "never". They are commonly used but rarely true. "Depression is never good, BPD and HPD always end up hurting others,etc."

Proxy Recruitment - A way of controlling or abusing another person by manipulating other people into unwittingly backing “doing the dirty work”.Proxy recruitment can be an extremely powerful way of establishing control over another person. It forces the victim into a defensive posture - justifying themselves or denying false claims to friends, family, neighbors, acquaintances and authority figures. It often attempts to reverse roles in the eyes of others - casting the abuser as the victim and portraying the victim as the real abuser. It also deflects attention away from the abuser and provides cover or justification for further abuse to occur. *Big pharma and commercial, ads, doctors telling people they needs meds and to change their emotions and not feel anything.

Objectification - The practice of treating a person or a group of people like an object.People should feel a certain way if they want to be accepted. They are objects that are only good for our entertainment and need to look as we tell them to look.

Invalidation - The creation or promotion of an environment which encourages an individual to believe that their thoughts, beliefs, values or physical presence are inferior, flawed, problematic or worthless. What many psychologists and therapists do to their patients.What many people do to their friends and family.I am allowed to fear abandonment, get sad,etc.

Lack of Conscience - Individuals who suffer from Personality Disorders are often preoccupied with their own agendas, sometimes to the exclusion of the needs and concerns of others. This is sometimes interpreted by others as a lack of moral conscience. "You must be fixed of your emotions. here are pills that can harm you."

Frivolous Litigation - The use of unmerited legal proceedings to hurt, harass or gain an economic advantage over an individual or organization.*people who can't get medical care,or are sided against in a court of law, or are denied something they need based on their emotions.*

False Accusations - Patterns of unwarranted or exaggerated criticism directed towards someone else aka the smear campaign. "People who suffer from BPD or HPD are depression are crazy and will harm others.They are not good in relationships."

sublimation is a mature type of defense mechanism where socially unacceptable impulses or idealizations are unconsciously transformed into socially acceptable actions or behavior, possibly resulting in a long-term conversion of the initial impulse. "It's okay to make people feel bad for their emotions because then they will get help."

Normalizing - a tactic used to desensitize an individual to abusive, coercive or inappropriate behaviors. In essence, normalizing is the manipulation of another human being to get them to agree to, or accept something that is in conflict with the law, social norms or their own basic code of behavior. "It's okay to make people feel bad for their emotions because then they will get help."

Somatization - a tendency to experience and communicate psychological distress in the form of somatic symptoms and to seek medical help for them. "Pain is caused by depression, BPD,HPD,etc.Get help!"

Charm offensive - A "charm offensive" is a related concept meaning a publicity campaign, usually by politicians, that attempts to attract supporters by emphasizing their charisma or trustworthiness. - Wikipedia

Fear mongering - Fear mongering (or scaremongering or scare tactics) is the use of fear to influence the opinions and actions of others towards some specific end. The feared object or subject is sometimes exaggerated, and the pattern of fear mongering is usually one of repetition, in order to continuously reinforce the intended effects of this tactic, sometimes in the form of a vicious circle. "You're friends will leave if you don't get help!""You have to be happier if you want people to stay!"

Throffer - is a proposal (also called an intervention that mixes an offer with a threat which will be carried out if the offer is not accepted.  "you must be happy."  "You must be happy or I will not treat you for something that is wrong."
--All About - Throffer
--@Recovery from Mormonism

Coercion - is the practice of forcing another party to act in an involuntary manner by use of intimidation or threats or some other form of pressure or force. It involves a set of various types of forceful actions that violate the free will of an individual to induce a desired response, usually having a strict choice or option against a person in such a way a victim cannot escape, for example: a bully demanding lunch money to a student or the student gets beaten. These actions can include, but are not limited to, extortion, blackmail, torture, and threats to induce favors."Get medicated, don't feel emotions or lose friends and family."

Gimmick - In marketing language, a gimmick is a unique or quirky special feature that makes something "stand out" from its contemporaries. However, the special feature is typically thought to be of little relevance or use. Thus, a gimmick is a special feature for the sake of having a special feature. It began, however, as a slang term for something that a con artist or magician had his assistant manipulate to make appearances different from reality.

Praise (conditioning)  - Praise refers to positive evaluations made by a person of another's products, performances, or attributes, where the evaluate presumes the validity of the standards on which the evaluation is based. Tell people they are such a good person and shouldn't suffer.Everyone suffers, it's called emotions.

Love bombing -  Love bombing is an attempt to influence a person by lavish demonstrations of attention and affection. The phrase can be used in different ways. Members of the Unification Church of the United States (who reportedly coined the expression) use or have used it to convey a genuine expression of friendship, fellowship, interest, or concern. Critics of cults use the phrase with the implication that the "love" is feigned and that the practice is psychological manipulation in order to create a feeling of unity within the group against a society perceived as hostile.
"We LOVE and care about you but we are going to shame, ridicule,and make you feel worthless because of your emotions."

Superficial charm - Superficial charm (or glib charm) is the tendency to be smooth, engaging, charming, slick and verbally facile. The phrase often appears in lists of attributes of psychopathic personalities, such as in Hervey M. Cleckley's The Mask of Sanity, and Robert D. Hare's Hare Psychopathy Checklist."Let US help you feel GREAT because mental illness is horrible even though all animals have emotions as well and emotions are natural!"

2 + 2 = 5 - From George Orwell's 1984 - an example of an obviously false dogma one may be required to believe..... It is contrasted with the phrase "two plus two makes four", the obvious (by definition) – but politically inexpedient – truth. Orwell's protagonist, Winston Smith, uses the phrase to wonder if the State might declare "two plus two equals five" as a fact; he ponders whether, if everybody believes it, does that make it true?  "Emotions need to be regulated and we should only feel a certain amount at certain times."

Psychologically, doing this to ourselves puts a huge toll on our psyche even though after all of it we THINK we have succeeded, we haven't. Our mind is trying to survive and it seems it thinks it is going through a tragic event.

Grief - Grief is a natural response to loss. It is the emotional suffering one feels when something or someone the individual loves is taken away.Grief is also a reaction to any loss. The grief associated with death is familiar to most people, but individuals grieve in connection with a variety of losses throughout their lives, such as unemployment, ill health or the end of a relationship "I have to start my medication routine, ugh." "I dread this because taking meds make me feel awful but I have to do it."

Egonomics is a form of self-management first proposed by Thomas Schelling in his paper "Egonomics, or the Art of Self-Management." Schelling suggested that individuals suffer from a sort of split-personality disorder whereby the present self wants a specific thing (e.g., eating a cookie) but the future or past self wants a different thing (e.g., losing weight). Both selves exist, but do not exist at the same time. Let yourself feel sad,fearful,etc.

Obedience, in human behavior, is a form of "social influence in which a person yields to explicit instructions or orders from an authority figure".Obedience is generally distinguished from compliance, which is behavior influenced by peers, and from conformity, which is behavior intended to match that of the majority. Obedience can be seen as immoral, amoral and moral - We must obey the doctors and people telling us to feel certain emotions.

In psychology, cognitive dissonance is the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time, or is confronted by new information that conflicts with existing beliefs, ideas, or values

The open-question argument is a philosophical argument put forward by British philosopher G. E. Moore in §13 of Principia Ethica (1903), to refute the equating of the property of goodness with some non-moral property, X, whether naturalistic (e.g. pleasure) or meta-physical (e.g. God's command). That is, Moore's argument attempts to show that no moral property is identical to a natural property. The argument takes the form of syllogistic modus tollens:Premise 1: If X is (analytically equivalent to) good, then the question "Is it true that X is good?" is meaningless.Premise 2: The question "Is it true that X is good?" is not meaningless (i.e. it is an open question).Conclusion: X is not (analytically equivalent to) good.*People who think being happy is the only way to live can shut up."

Cognitive Distortions:
All-or-nothing thinking (or dichotomous reasoning): seeing things in black or white as opposed to shades of gray; thinking in terms of false dilemmas. Splitting involves using terms like "always", "every" or "never" when this is neither true, nor equivalent to the truth. *see above*
Should statements: doing, or expecting others to do, what they morally should or ought to do irrespective of the particular case the person is faced with. This involves conforming strenuously to ethical categorical imperatives which, by definition, "always apply," or to hypothetical imperatives which apply in that general type of case. Albert Ellis termed this "musturbation" "people whohaveBPD,HPD or depression should get medicated or helped"
Overgeneralization: Making hasty generalizations from insufficient experiences and evidence. Making a very broad conclusion based on a single incident or a single piece of evidence. "depression= horrible."
Mind reading: Inferring a person's possible or probable (usually negative) thoughts from their behavior and nonverbal communication; taking precautions against the worst reasonably suspected case or some other preliminary conclusion, without asking the person. "she or he is sad and upset they must be depressed and live a horrible life."
Blaming: the opposite of personalization; holding other people responsible for the harm they cause, and especially for their intentional or negligent infliction of emotional distress on us. "
Labeling and mislabeling: a more severe type of overgeneralization; attributing a person's actions to their character instead of some accidental attribute. Rather than assuming the behavior to be accidental or extrinsic, the person assigns a label to someone or something that implies the character of that person or thing."she is miserable because she is depressed, not because she has had a horrible week."
Fallacy of change – Relying on social control to obtain cooperative actions from another person. "lets ostracize people so they will fit into what we think they should be and what we want."
Always being right – Prioritizing self-interest over the feelings of another person. "lets sell products to "mentally ill" people regardless of how we make them feel. We are correct and any studies that show otherwise are wrong.We are right and they are wrong. We need to beat this (non-existent) mental illness epidemic into the ground regardless of how many people we harm mentally or physically. There is money to be made and egos to protect"

Scapegoating - Singling out one child, employee or member of a group of peers for unmerited negative treatment or blame.*blaming a person's attitude or if they want to stay home on depression.Maybe they just want to stay home and relax.*

Emotional Abuse - Any pattern of behavior directed at one individual by another which promotes in them a destructive sense of Fear, Obligation or Guilt (FOG).

Verbal Abuse - Any kind of repeated pattern of inappropriate, derogatory or threatening speech directed at one individual by another. "Stay away from people with BPD"

Targeted Humor, Mocking and Sarcasm - Any sustained pattern of joking, sarcasm or mockery which is designed to reduce another individual’s reputation in their own eyes or in the eyes of others. *Those lovely  jokes*

Ranking and Comparing - Drawing unnecessary and inappropriate comparisons between individuals or groups. "depressed people, people who suffer from BPD or HPD  are ____, ____, and ____ and mentally healthy people  are  _____, _____, ______."

Raging, Violence and Impulsive Aggression - Explosive verbal, physical or emotional elevations of a dispute. Rages threaten the security or safety of another individual and violate their personal boundaries.often called fury or frenzy is a feeling of intense, violent, or growing anger. It is sometimes associated with the fight-or-flight response and often activated in response to an external cue, such as an event that impacts negatively on the person. The phrase, "thrown into a fit of rage", expresses the immediate nature of rage that occurs before deliberation. - Wikipedia People who get badgered because they are sad tend to do this.Let the person feel their emotions.

Catastrophizing - The habit of automatically assuming a "worst case scenario" and inappropriately characterizing minor or moderate problems or issues as catastrophic events."You will die if you don't get help and medicated.

Stalking - Any pervasive and unwelcome pattern of pursuing contact with another individual. *email ads, ads in magazines and on tv about anti-psychotics.* *friends and family who keep bringing up anti-psychotics* 

 Testing - Repeatedly forcing another individual to demonstrate or prove their love or commitment to a relationship."If you love your family or children you will get help!"

Gaslighting - The practice of brainwashing or convincing a mentally healthy individual that they are going insane or that their understanding of reality is mistaken or false. The term “Gaslighting” is based on the 1944 MGM movie “Gaslight”. - *Sometimes psychologists do this* *The "go get fixed for your emotions" attutide"

Sumptuary laws from Latin sumptuariae leges) are laws that attempt to regulate permitted consumption. Black's Law Dictionary defines them as "Laws made for the purpose of restraining luxury or extravagance, particularly against inordinate expenditures in the matter of apparel, food, furniture, etc." Traditionally, they were laws that regulated and reinforced social hierarchies and morals through restrictions, often depending upon a person's social rank, on permitted clothing, food, and luxury expenditures..... and often were used for social discrimination."

Projection - The act of attributing one's own feelings or traits to another person and imagining or believing that the other person has those same feelings or traits. "II feel happy so my patient,or friend should be happy!"

Grooming -  Grooming is the predatory act of maneuvering another individual into a position that makes them more isolated, dependent, likely to trust, and more vulnerable to abusive behavior...An predator will identify and engage a victim and work to gain the target’s trust, break down defenses, and manipulate the victim until they get whatever it is they are after. Overt attention, verbal seduction (flattery / ego stroking), recruitment, physical isolation, charm, gift-giving, normalizing, gaslighting, secrecy, and threats are all hallmarks of grooming. Abusers who groom their victims often claim to have a special connection with the abused. The so-called connection might be emotional, intellectual, sexual, spiritual, or all of the above. This is often backed up by the predator echoing back part of the target's own background or story, altered to fit the groomer’s back-story, in order to confirm the connection.

No-Win Scenarios - When you are manipulated into choosing between two bad options "

Lying - Lies and liars come in all shapes, and in shades of white, grey and black. What distinguishes the more extreme forms of lying is the degree of harm they cause and the extent to which the behavior becomes habitual or uncontrollable. hiding studies that show the horrible side effects of anti-psycotic drugs.

"#3) Sociopaths are incapable of feeling shame, guilt or remorse. Their brains simply lack the circuitry to process such emotions. This allows them to betray people, threaten people or harm people without giving it a second thought. They pursue any action that serves their own self interest even if it seriously harms others. This is why you will find many very "successful" sociopaths in high levels of government, in any nation.

#4) Sociopaths invent outrageous lies about their experiences. They wildly exaggerate things to the point of absurdity, but when they describe it to you in a storytelling format, for some reason it sounds believable at the time.

#5) Sociopaths seek to dominate others and "win" at all costs. They hate to lose any argument or fight and will viciously defend their web of lies, even to the point of logical absurdity.

#10) Sociopaths are delusional and literally believe that what they say becomes truth merely because they say it! Charles Manson, the sociopathic murderer, is famous for saying, "I've never killed anyone! I don't need to kill anyone! I THINK it! I have it HERE! (Pointing to his temple.) I don't need to live in this physical realm..."

 Archetype. The concept of an archetype /ˈɑrkɪtaɪp/ is found in areas relating to behavior, modern psychological theory, and literary analysis. An archetype can be:a statement, pattern of behavior, or prototype which other statements, patterns of behavior, and objects copy or emulate...
Men are strong,never cry,etc. Woman are very emotional and should be prim and proper.

"Drinking the Kool-Aid" is a figure of speech commonly used in North America that refers to a person or group holding an unquestioned belief, argument, or philosophy without critical examination. It could also refer to knowingly going along with a doomed or dangerous idea because of peer pressure. The phrase oftentimes carries a negative connotation when applied to an individual or group. Doctors, medical books, anything that states "emotions" as a disease. 

Moral panic - an intense feeling expressed in a population about an issue that appears to threaten the social order."We have a mental illness epidemic." *shocked sarcasm*You mean people feel emotions and love?

Role - Our "role" in society is to look a certain way and eat a certain way and feel a certain way.

Halo effect -  is a cognitive bias in which an observer's overall impression of a person, company, brand, or product influences the observer's feelings and thoughts about that entity's character or properties. It was named by psychologist Edward Thorndike in reference to a person being perceived as having a halo"My psychologist and the DSM would never lie to me, they want me to be healthy and love myself." Even though their parent company makes all those claims tat we shouldn't feel too many emotions plus many ceos of these companies have stock in Pfizer, a pharmaceutical company. There are so many dangerous chemical additives to these foods just so they can save a buck that affect our mind. They don't care about your health, they care about making a profit off of your insecurities.

Sexualization - make something sexual in character or quality, or to become aware of sexuality,especially in relation to men and women. Sexualization is linked to sexual objectification. According to the American Psychological Association, sexualization occurs when "individuals are regarded as sex objects and evaluated in terms of their physical characteristics and sexiness." "In study after study, findings have indicated that women more often than men are portrayed in a sexual manner (e.g., dressed in revealing clothing, with bodily postures or facial expressions that imply sexual readiness) and are objectified (e.g., used as a decorative object, or as body parts rather than a whole person). In addition, a narrow (and unrealistic) standard of physical beauty is heavily emphasized. *Woman are supposed to feel a certain way and so are men and anything outside of that is medicated and labeled a mental illness even though everyone has those emotions.

Mind control (also known as brainwashing, reeducation, coercive persuasion, thought control, or thought reform) is a theoretical indoctrination process which results in "an impairment of autonomy, an inability to think independently, and a disruption of beliefs and affiliations. In this context, brainwashing refers to the involuntary reeducation of basic beliefs and values" - *Trying to sell you products based on some dumb textbook (DSM) that a handful of people agreed where what is wrong with you and I. Then, they convince everyone we are wrong to feel emotions.

In cultural anthropology, a shame society, also called shame culture or honour-shame culture, is a society in which the primary device for gaining control over children and maintaining social order is the inculcation of shame and the complementary threat of ostracism. A shame society is contrasted with a guilt society, in which control is maintained by creating and continually reinforcing the feeling of guilt (and the expectation of punishment now or in the afterlife) for certain condemned behaviors, and with a fear society, in which control is kept by the fear of retribution. "Fix yourself and become normal or else!" "You must be medicated and repaired  to not feel sadness, abandonment, shame,etc."

In cultural anthropology, a guilt society, or guilt culture, is the concept that the primary method of social control in a given society is the inculcation of feelings of guilt for behaviors that the individual believes to be undesirable. It is possible to classify societies, specifically apollonian ones, according to the emotions they use to control individuals, swaying them into norm obedience and conformity. According to this classification, a guilt culture is an alternative to a shame culture. Shame cultures are typically based on the concepts of pride and honour, and appearances are what counts, as opposed to individual conscience in guilt cultures.The distinction was first coined by E. R. Dodds in The Greeks and the Irrational (1951) "Fix yourself and become normal or else!" "You must be medicated and repaired  to not feel sadness, abandonment, shame,etc" "You're loved ones left/will leave if you don't get help! Be happy and NORMAL!!"

Victimisation (or victimization) is the process of being victimised or becoming a victim.  - We are ALL victims of this "everyone needs to be happy" culture. We need to break free from that victim mentality and become free from guilt, shame, and self hatred.

Persuasion is an umbrella term of influence. Persuasion can attempt to influence a person's beliefs, attitudes, intentions, motivations, or behaviors. In business, persuasion is a process aimed at changing a person's (or a group's) attitude or behavior toward some event, idea, object, or other person(s), by using written or spoken words to convey information, feelings, or reasoning, or a combination thereof. Persuasion is also an often used tool in the pursuit of personal gain, such as election campaigning, giving a sales pitch, or in trial advocacy. Persuasion can also be interpreted as using one's personal or positional resources to change people's behaviors or attitudes. Systematic persuasion is the process through which attitudes or beliefs are leveraged by appeals to logic and reason. Heuristic persuasion on the other hand is the process through which attitudes or beliefs are leveraged by appeals to habit or emotion. Persuading people into believing they ARE ill  because they are sad and feel emotions. Great marketing for products and to gain control over someone's body. They make people hate themselves, and wheel in profits. People make others hate themselves and wheel in the control they have over them ("You are not perfectly happy , fix yourself" - that person now has control over your body and mind. Great narcissist tactic.

The is–ought problem, as articulated by Scottish philosopher and historian David Hume (1711–76), states that many writers make claims about what ought to be on the basis of statements about what is. Hume found that there seems to be a significant difference between descriptive statements (about what is) and prescriptive or normative statements (about what ought to be), and that it is not obvious how one can coherently move from descriptive statements to prescriptive ones."  "Everyone ought to be happy with life, sadness and despair IS something that exists."

The fact-value distinction is a distinction between what is (can be discovered by science, philosophy, or reason) and what ought to be (a judgment agreed to by consensus, or believed to be objectively morally binding). The terms positive and normative represent another way to express this, as do the terms descriptive and prescriptive, respectively. Positive statements make the implicit claim to facts (e.g., water molecules are made of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom), whereas normative statements make a claim based on values or norms (e.g., water ought to be protected from pollution)."People should be happy." Guess what, life gets in the way. humans have emotions, but the norm is to try to make everyone happy.

**Narcissists love to have control over others. Telling someone to be happy instead of loving his or herself is a great way to gain that control over someone's habits and self esteem and to fit into what they want the person to be instead of accepting them for who they are.
 Also see my "NPD abuse tags at my support blog

Misplaced loyalty (or mistaken loyalty, misguided loyalty or misplaced trust) is loyalty placed in other persons or organisations where that loyalty is not acknowledged or respected; is betrayed or taken advantage of. It can also mean loyalty to a malignant or misguided cause. Social psychology provides a partial explanation for the phenomenon in the way "[T]he norm of social commitment directs us to honor our agreements. [...] People usually stick to the deal even though it has changed for the worse". Humanists point out that "[M]an inherits the capacity for loyalty, but not the use to which he shall put it [...] may unselfishly devote himself to what is petty or vile, as he may to what is generous and noble
We  trust and respect the psychiatric  industry and doctors who push happiness only type thinking,especially anti-psychotic pills and products, even though they have caused so many deaths. 

In Organizational Communication: Balancing Creativity and Constraint, Eric M.Eisenberg defines reification as “the process whereby socially constructed meanings come to be perceived and experienced as real, objective, and fixed, such that members ‘forget’ their participation in the construction of those meanings.” In any culture, social norms are started and maintained by members of that particular society, so much so that overtime these norms become a routine and it’d be unorthodox to go ahead and try to change them. It's been accepted as true that depression,etc need to be fixed and controlled to make a person "be a better person." no, the acceptance of feeling those feelings needs to be taught instead of trying to make everyone happy!

Body policing (1984 style)
(Body)Thought Policing - Any process of trying to question, control, or unduly influence another person's thoughts or feelings [or body] OOTF "Here is a pill for your sadness, and fear that humans are meant to have for survival."

Thought Crime -  thoughtcrime is an occurrence or instance of controversial or socially unacceptable thoughts. The term is also used to describe some theological concepts such as disbelief or idolatry,or a rejection of strong social or philosophical principles. "how dare you think you should have emotions, take a pill." 

Illegal activity
“Falsifying Documents” is a type of white collar crime. It involves altering, changing, or modifying a document for the purpose of deceiving another person. It can also involve the passing along of copies of documents that are known to be false. In many states, falsifying a document is a crime punishable as a felony - Studies "showing" that medications help people.

Bribery is the act of giving money, goods or other forms of recompense to a recipient in exchange for an alteration of their behavior (to the benefit/interest of the giver) that the recipient would otherwise not alter. Bribery constitutes a crime and is defined by Black's Law . Doctors getting money for prescribing  pills although they are harmful. Warnings hidden by the FDA for money.

Criminal Fraud - A white collar crime that includes any act intended to deceive through a false representation of some fact, resulting in the legal detriment of the person who relies upon the false information.The essential elements needed to prove criminal fraud include:1) Misrepresentation of material facts. 2)By someone who knows the material fact is false. 3)With intent to defraud. 4)To a person or entity who justifiably relies on the misrepresentation. 5)Actual injury or damages results from the reliance. Doctors getting money for prescribing  pills although they are harmful even though there are things like DBT,CBT,meditation,etc.

Withholding information To keep known information from someone with intent to mislead.FDA and doctors withhold bad side effects to medications, etc.