I agree with peer review. If someone wants to peer-review my work, peer-review Foundations. If you want the research support, here it is:
Nothing about an attachment-based description of this pathology is new, go argue with Bowlby, Minuchin, and Beck. It is all standard and established knowledge applied to a set of child and family symptoms.
Solution is the DSM-5
The core line to solution though, is through the DSM-5. All the rest is foundation, the central issue for solution is the application of the DSM-5. That is the solution in its entirety. This pathology is a persecutory delusion, a shared persecutory delusion with the allied parent who is the “primary case” of the persecutory delusion.
The child presents as being “victimized” by a parent. That’s called the “presenting problem.”
The first question for diagnosis is, is the child’s belief in “victimization”…
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