How To Keep Someone With You Forever

About a month ago, I came across this article:  How To Keep Someone With You Foreverfrom Issendai’s Superhero Training Journal.  The message has been haunting me ever since because I believe it is so true of abusive, patriarchal relationships ~ and it was certainly the case in my own marriage.

Quick summary:

You create a sick system.

A sick system has four basic rules:

Rule 1: Keep them too busy to think.

Rule 2: Keep them tired.

Rule 3: Keep them emotionally involved.

Rule 4: Reward intermittently.

Wow, huh?

I would love to post the entire article here as the author goes on to explain exactly how to set up such a system ~ and so much of it sounded all too familiar to me.

For example:

Keep the crises rolling.

Things will be better when…

Establish one small semi-occasional success.

Etc. ~ you get the idea.

In the time since I first read it, this article has “gone viral” ~ and for good reason.  I hope you’ll take a few minutes to follow the link and read the article in its entirety.  If a QF/P leader were looking for a step-by-step instruction manual in how to entice, capture and trap women and their families in their own sick system ~ it’s all spelled out here in simple-to-follow detail.

Ugh!

I know we discussed this already on the NLQ forum ~ but I can’t find the link, so I’ve started a new one.  Comments are also open here below.

  • denelian

    um… how is this different from classic co-dependency?

    OT: Vyckie, i’ve been trying to get back to you, about that volunteer/counseling thing – but you haven’t responded to my emails. i think they went to “spam” again. sorry! can you pls email me again?

  • http://www.geekazon.com Doug Leary

    Glad to know you’ve gotten out of the QF world and into the much bigger, brighter one. But then I just realized with a sinking feeling that the steps in the keep-someone-with-you-forever system pretty much sum up how our whole government has been operating for about the past 30 years.


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