Personal Boycott

I am not speaking to targeted parents, I am speaking only to my professional colleagues in mental health.

Let me extend this request to all of my professional colleagues on this side of the “parental alienation” debate within mental health, whether you like me or not, whether you support me or not.  Let’s stop using the term “professional” to refer to our mental health colleagues on the other side who are evidencing such profound professional ignorance and incompetence in their response to this pathology. Let’s start calling them “mental health persons.”

I’m asking for a professional boycott on our use of the word “professional” in referring to our professional colleagues who are colluding with the expression of this savage and brutal psychopathology.  If you choose to join me in this boycott, you can do so openly as I’m doing through the strikeout, or you can simply subtly replace the word “professional” with “person.”

I know for myself, I’m not going to use the term again in reference to them until they begin to act like “professionals.” I’m done calling them professionals. To me, they are mental health persons until they start behaving at a level commensurate with a professional.

We can’t get to this boycott through Gardnerian PAS. If we try to use Gardnerian PAS to start boycotting the use of the term “professional” then we just look petulant.

But I’m using personality disorder pathology. I’m done with Gardnerian PAS. I am acting from entirely within standard and established psychological principles and constructs. I want either professional competence or I want the professional licenses of incompetent mental health professions revoked.

I know licensing boards won’t revoke their license… yet.  But I want these ignorant and incompetent mental health professionals persons to know that I’m trying with all my knowledge, skill, and determination to revoke their license to practice. And they underestimate me at their peril.

Core Issue

The core issue is the savage and brutal covert anger dyscontrol of a narcissistic or borderline personality spouse and parent being expressed into the surrounding family context, and the collusion with and abetting of this covert anger dyscontrol pathology by the professional ignorance and incompetence of the mental health professional person.

Core Principle

The core principle guiding my actions is Standard 1.04 of the APA ethics code that states,

1.04 Informal Resolution of Ethical Violations
When psychologists believe that there may have been an ethical violation by another psychologist, they attempt to resolve the issue by bringing it to the attention of that individual, if an informal resolution appears appropriate and the intervention does not violate any confidentiality rights that may be involved.

The ethical violation by these mental health professionals persons is of Standard 2.01 of the APA ethics code regarding practice beyond the boundaries of their professional competence, and the area of professional competence is in the manifestation of narcissistic and borderline personality pathology into a family context surrounding divorce (rejection by the attachment figure of the former spouse).

The core feature of this pathology’s expression is of the savage and brutal covert anger dyscontrol expressed by the narcissistic or borderline personality spouse and parent, and the manipulative and exploitative use of the child by the narcissistic and borderline spouse and parent as a means for the covert expression of psychologically violent anger dyscontrol.

Notice I’m not using the term “parental alienation” anywhere. All standard and well-established psychological principles and constructs.

These mental health persons are not recognizing and not responding appropriately to personality disorder pathology. Personality disorder pathology exists. I’m not a Gardnerian PAS advocate. I’ve distanced myself from Gardnerian PAS. I’m a standard and established mental health guy. And from entirely within standard and established psychological principles and constructs, I am personally boycotting the term “professional” when referring to mental health professionals persons who are practicing beyond the boundaries of their competence, and so who are, as a result, colluding with and abetting the savage and brutal covert expression of anger dyscontrol by a narcissistic or borderline personality spouse and parent toward the targeted parent.

I am asking my professional colleagues to consider joining me in this boycott, as a matter of personal conscience and in a personal expression of solidarity with the victims of this savage and brutal covert expression of anger dyscontrol by a narcissistic or borderline personality spouse and parent.

This pathology must stop.

Through their ignorance and incompetence regarding the expression of narcissistic and borderline personality pathology into and within a family context, these mental health professionals persons are colluding with and abetting in the psychological brutalization of the ex-spouse.

The narcissistic or borderline spouse and parent is manipulating and exploiting the children (fully consistent with the interpersonal processes characteristic of narcissistic and borderline psychopathology) to be used as weapons for inflicting suffering onto the ex-spouse. The desire to produce suffering in the ex-spouse is a manifestation of the anger dyscontrol associated with the narcissistic and borderline personality psychopathology.

The manipulation and exploitation of the children in this pathology represents a manifestation of the characteristic interpersonal style and approach of narcissistic and borderline personalities. The anger dyscontrol of the narcissistic or borderline spouse and parent is being covertly manifested through the manipulation and exploitation of the children as vehicles for the expression of this anger dyscontrol.

If mental health professionals are going to assess, diagnose, and treat – in any way – the impact created in the family from narcissistic and borderline personality pathology surrounding a divorce, then they MUST possess a high level of professional expertise in the overt and the covert manifestations of the pathology of narcissistic and borderline personalities.

The propensity for both overt and covert expressions of anger dyscontrol by a narcissistic or borderline personality, particularly arising from the interpersonal rejection inherent to divorce (rejection by the attachment figure), places the ex-spouse at a high risk of being targeted for the anger dyscontrol of the narcissistic or borderline personality spouse and parent. Intense anger is associated with both the narcissistic and borderline forms of personality pathology, and intense anger is also associated with interpersonal violence and brutalization. Mental health professionals treating this form of psychopathology in the family must therefore be highly alert and sensitized to recognizing both overt and covert expressions of interpersonal psychological violence and the brutalization of the ex-spouse by the pathology of the narcissistic or borderline personality spouse and parent.

Failure to possess the required professional competence regarding the overt and covert manifestations of narcissistic and borderline psychopathology with a family context represents practice beyond the boundaries of professional competence in violation of Standard 2.01 of the Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct of the American Psychological Association.

When there is an ethical violation by our colleagues, we are required by Standard 1.04 of the APA ethics code to “resolve the issue by bringing it to the attention of that individual,” In my decision to personally boycott referring to these ignorant, stupid, and incompetent mental health professionals persons as professionals, I am exercising my professional obligation to “resolve the issue by bringing it to the attention of that individual” consistent with my ethical responsibilities under Standard 1.04 of the ethics code.

I don’t care if they recognize that they are assessing, diagnosing, or treating narcissistic or borderline personality pathology within the family – because you know what? That’s their job to recognize that they’re treating personality disorder pathology.

To the stupid and incompetent mental health person:

You are not a plumber. You are not an engineer. You are a mental health professional, and unless you act like a mental health professional you don’t deserve to be called a mental health professional.

So from here are out, to me, you are not a professional. You are a plumber who is doing mental health work. You are an engineer. You are simply a person. You are not a mental health professional. You are simply an incompetent and stupid person who is doing mental health related work. I don’t care what letters you have after your name or what job you may hold. You are an incompetent and stupid person until you start acting with the knowledge and competence of a professional.

The core of this pathology is narcissistic and borderline personality pathology. That’s what needs to be recognized and understood within the mental health system. This isn’t “parental alienation.” This is a manifestation of narcissistic and borderline personality pathology surrounding divorce. This is the core of the issue that I want to drive into and throughout the mental health system. Narcissistic and borderline personality pathology exists. It is activated by divorce. It is prone to anger dyscontrol that can be both savage and brutal. You know it. I know it. And they know it.

Both the narcissistic and borderline personality pathologies are referenced and operationally defined in the DSM-5. Narcissistic and borderline personalities have also been extensively described in the works the preeminent theorists Otto Kernberg, Theodore Millon, and Arron Beck. This is established and existing, fully recognized and fully accepted psychopathology. I want to drive this pathology into the mental health system’s understanding regarding the pathology that we typically describe as “parental alienation.”

We can talk about all the variations and nuances of the “parental alienation” pathology later, once we bring this pathology to an end. But first, I want to stop the evil of a narcissistic or borderline personality ex-spouse seeking revenge on the abandoning attachment figure of the targeted parent by killing the targeted parent’s children (“Now aren’t you sorry you rejected me. You don’t have your children anymore. I’ve killed your beautiful, wonderful children.” – evil, pure evil).

Mental health professionals persons who collude with the pathology and abet in the enactment of this evil do not deserve the appellation of “professional,” and from here on out, I’m not going to give it to them.

I’m going to try as hard as I can, as a mental health professional, to overtly and publicly shame my professional colleagues for their professional ignorance and incompetence.

To all my professional colleagues on this side of understanding, who know the reality of “parental alienation,” I’m not going to nit-pick and get diverted by all the different shades and variations of this pathology. I know they exist. There will be time enough for that once we bring this pathology to an end. But I want to drive home to the core of our professional colleagues on the other side that this isn’t some esoteric fictional pathology, this is an all too real and existing, severe and savage pathology that they are colluding with and that they are abetting because of their professional ignorance and stupidity.

Professional Decorum

To the incompetent and stupid mental health professionals persons:

If you don’t like me calling you ignorant and stupid. Then stop being ignorant and stupid.

“Dr. Childress, you need to act with greater professional decorum toward your professional colleagues.”

You’re absolutely right. I agree 100%. And the moment they begin to act like professionals is the moment I will treat them with appropriate professional respect.

Why are you talking to me about professional decorum, and giving a complete pass to their profound professional ignorance and stupidity that is colluding with and abetting the severe and savage psychological brutality of narcissistic and borderline personality psychopathology that is being expressed within the family.

If a narcissistic and brutally violent husband beat his ex-wife so that she lay in a crumpled mass on the floor, bloody, swollen, and bruised, would you just walk away – no wait – would you actually hand this narcissistic husband a stick, a rod, a staff, so that he could beat her all the more savagely, breaking her ribs and injuring her even more severely?

Because that is EXACTLY what is happening. Only the beating and the club are psychological, not physical. And you are colluding with and abetting in the covert psychological brutalization of the ex-spouse by the narcissistic or borderline pathology of the supposedly “favored” parent, who is manipulating and exploiting the child – fully consistent with the pathology of the narcissistic or borderline parent and spouse.

You should be ashamed of yourself, for both your ignorance and for you abject professional incompetence.

If you don’t like me calling you ignorant and incompetent, then don’t be ignorant and incompetent.

So APA, what would you say about a mental health professional person who not only didn’t step in to stop the savage and brutal beating of the ex-spouse, but who actually handed the violent narcissistic spouse the rod to more fully beat his ex-spouse with even greater savagery? Why are you chastising me for my lack of professional decorum in pointing out the savage psychological brutalization of the ex-spouse, and you are not at all addressing the ignorant stupidity and incompetence of the mental health professional person who gives the man the staff to more savagely beat his ex-wife?

If you want me to be quiet, if you want me to act with professional decorum toward my professional colleagues, then DO SOMETHING about the beating. Make it stop, and I’ll shut up. Make it stop, and I’ll be nice and polite. But make it stop.

If you stand by and do nothing, then I will call you stupid and ignorant and incompetent. Because you are stupid and ignorant and incompetent. If you don’t like me calling you these things then stop being these things.

Standard 2.01: Don’t be incompetent

Standard 1.04: Call attention to their incompetence

Anger Dsycontrol

Central to the pathology of both the narcissistic and the borderline personality is their immense vulnerability to anger dyscontrol. Overt anger dyscontrol is readily apparent. Yelling rageful displays. But this pathology involves a covert expression of anger dyscontrol, just as savage and just as brutal psychologically, but just not as overtly displayed.

To all of my professional colleagues, you and I both know that anger dyscontrol is a central vulnerability and key feature of both the narcissistic and borderline personalities. You know it – and I know you know it.

Central to the pathology of both the narcissistic and borderline pathology is an interpersonal style of extensive manipulation and exploitation. The child is being manipulated and exploited by the pathology of the narcissistic and borderline personality parent as a vehicle for the covert expression of the savage and psychologically violent anger dyscontrol of the narcissistic or borderline personality parent.

To all of my professional colleagues, you and I both know that manipulation and exploitation are central and key features of the narcissistic and borderline personalities. You know it – and I know you know it.

To not recognize, diagnose, and respond to the savage and psychologically brutal covert expression of anger dyscontrol within a family context by a narcissistic or borderline personality represents profoundly destructive professional incompetence, in violation of Standard 2.01 of the APA ethics code.

When these mental health professionals people start acting like professionals, with the necessary level of professional knowledge and expertise required to stop the savage psychopathology of the narcissistic or borderline spouse and parent, then I will start treating them with the respect deserved by a professional. Until then, they are stupid and ignorant plumbers and engineers, but they are NOT mental health professionals.

From this point on, I am personally boycotting the application of the term “professional” to refer to all incompetent and ignorantly stupid mental health professionals persons who, through their ignorance, stupidity, and incompetence collude with and abet the covert enactment of the savage and brutal anger dyscontrol of a narcissistic or borderline spouse or ex-spouse within in a family context.

I am personally boycotting from this point forward the use of the term “professional” to refer to all incompetent and ignorantly stupid mental health professionals persons who, through their ignorance, stupidity, and incompetence collude with and abet in the manipulation and exploitation of children by a narcissistic or borderline spouse or ex-spouse as a means for the covert expression of savage and brutal anger dyscontrol within a family context.

I believe this personal boycott is required by my ethical and moral obligations to the children and parents who are the recipients of the savage and brutal covert anger dyscontrol being expressed toward them by a narcissistic or borderline personality spouse and parent, which is receiving an entirely inadequate and inappropriate response from the mental health professional person because of this professional’s person’s professional ignorance and incompetence, in violation of Standard 2.01 of the APA ethics code requiring professional competence.

My personal boycott of the term “professional” when referring to these mental health professionals persons in all of my future writing is consistent with my professional obligations under Standard 1.04 of the Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct of the American Psychological Association.

1.04 Informal Resolution of Ethical Violations
When psychologists believe that there may have been an ethical violation by another psychologist, they attempt to resolve the issue by bringing it to the attention of that individual, if an informal resolution appears appropriate and the intervention does not violate any confidentiality rights that may be involved.

I will maintain this personal boycott until the children and families who are the recipients of the savage and brutal covert anger dyscontrol by a narcissistic or borderline personalty spouse or parent are designated a “special population” of children and families who warrant specialized professional knowledge and expertise to competently assess, diagnose, and treat, and until these children and families receive just and fair coverage by Standard 2.01 of the APA ethics code requiring professional competence.

Craig Childress, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 18857

 

10 thoughts on “Personal Boycott”

  1. I am sorry CC to see a good Man like yourself go rouge, you were well respected but now your behaviour shows signs that you need to spend sometime on a PROFESSIONAL’S COUCH. Unfortunately, you are bullying and act as a Narcissistic person with Borderline Personality.

    It pains me to say that you give me the impression that you are not interested in anything other than protecting your book sales. In the past you have helped so many Childen and Families, I find it so sad the language you use and disrespect for others. Please reframe from your public outbursts as hear in the UK you are giving all the USUAL SUSPECTS who argue there is no such thing as PA ammunition to undo all the hard work that has been done. At the present time the Judiciary and the Politicians are starting to come on board, but you are damaging years of hard work done by Families and Practitioners.

    Please take a step back, stop going off on your rants and if you disagree with individuals reply to them in private and be respectful.

    Thank you.

    1. You are speaking about the UK. I am in the United States. In the United States professional practice is guided by the American Psychological Association which offers professional guidelines for professional practice. Currently in their position statement on Parental Alienation Syndrome, they refer to the pathology as “so called.” It is not an accepted pathology. Therefore, the standards of professional practice are not applicable to the pathology.

      In order to hold mental health professionals in this country accountable to the standards of practice established by the American Psychological Association, the pathology must be defined entirely from within standard and established psychological constructs and principles. That’s what I did. So now we can hold mental health professionals in this country accountable.

      So now I’m calling for licensing board complaints based on the theoretical model described in Foundations. This is going to get me into a whole lot of professional trouble with the non-alienation professionals. In order to hold these non-alienation professionals accountable we need to drop Gardnerian PAS. This is going to get me into a whole lot of trouble with the alienation-Gardnerian professionals. I’m going to be attacked by both sides. I understand this. Neither side will be happy with me.

      Systems theory recognizes that dysfunctional systems are in homeostasis with the symptom present. Homeostasis is the systems term for gridlock. The symptom in this case is professional mental health incompetence in the recognition and diagnosis of this pathology.

      Systems theory recognizes that in order to create systems change, the dysfunctional homeostasis must be disrupted (Minuchin). As the disrupted system then responds and seeks to reestablish its homeostatic balance, this provides the opportunity to create structural changes to the system that allow it to respond in a healthy way without the symptom present.

      If we had the luxury of time, I’d simply introduce the destabilizing agent into the system and then wait for the 10 years needed for it to be absorbed into the system. I’m not willing to wait 10 years. So I’m driving the destabilization as quickly as I possibly can. This will draw considerable criticism of me. From the establishment since I’m calling for licensing board complaints against my colleagues, and from the Gardnerian PAS experts because I’m calling for giving up the Gardnerian PAS model. Both sides will be angry with me.

      But in doing this, I have given targeted parents the tool they need to create the change as the system seeks to reestablish its homeostasis: A change to the position statement of the American Psychological Association regarding the family pathology of parental alienation that 1) acknowledges that the pathology exists, and 2) formally defines their children and families as a “special population” requiring specialized professional knowledge and expertise to competently assess, diagnose, and treat.

      Parental Alienation Syndrome cannot provide this change to the position statement of the American Psychological Association because the position statement of the American Psychological Association is already about Parental Alienation Syndrome. Only a new model of the pathology can create pressure on the APA to change their statement. Now that there are two models for the pathology, the APA must reevaluate it’s position statement to also accommodate this new model. This will occur.

      Left to its own devices, this systems change will take about 10 years. The speed of progress will pick up considerably once I’m dead, because then professional egos are no longer involved and professional “turf wars” diminish. As long as I’m alive, then pressuring for change activates professional “turf wars.“ Because of the nature of this particular pathology, I’m not willing to wait 10 years. So I’m driving this change process as quickly as I possibly can. In doing this, I realize I’m going to make many professionals on both sides of this issue very angry with me. I’ll accept all of the anger, and criticism, and rebuke. In the meantime, targeted parents in the United States need to put as much pressure as possible on the American Psychological Association to change its position statement to accommodate this new model of the pathology that will 1) formally acknowledge that the pathology (of personality disorders exists), and 2) formally recognize their children and families as a “special population” requiring specialized professional knowledge and expertise to competently assess, diagnose, and treat.

      Homeostasis. Disruption. Re-stabilization without the symptom present. The symptom in this case is professional incompetence in the recognition and diagnosis of this pathology.

      The Gardnerian PAS experts in this country should also be pressuring the APA for a change in its position statement to 1) acknowledge that the pathology exists, and 2) recognize these families as a “special population” requiring specialized professional knowledge and expertise to competently assess, diagnose, and treat. But the Gardnerian PAS experts in this country are not going to apply pressure to the American Psychological Association for this change in the position statement. Why? My guess as a clinical psychologist is internal professional “turf wars.” In the absence of the Gardnerian PAS experts telling us why they’re not supporting targeted parents in this country in calling for a change to the position statement of the APA, we’re simply left to conjecture.

      A change in the position statement of the American Psychological Association is nothing but good. But the Gardnerian PAS experts in the United States are sitting on the sidelines, so that targeted parents in this country must carry the entire burden on themselves of pushing for and creating this change to the position statement of the American Psychological Association, without any help at all from the Gardnerian PAS experts in this country.

      I’m putting pressure on the Gadnerian PAS experts in this country to help the targeted parents in this country demand and achieve a change in the position statement of the American Psychological Association to 1) formally recognize that this pathology (personality disorder pathology; not PAS) exists, and 2) formally recognize their children and families as a “special population” requiring specialized professional knowledge and expertise to assess, diagnose, and treat. But the leverage for this push comes from a new model. The position statement of the APA already address Gardnerian PAS. That’s the homeostasis. By introducing a new model, the APA statement becomes too specific and becomes destabilized. It must be changed to accommodate this second model. As it is changed to accommodate the second model, that provides the opportunity to create the structural changes that eliminate the symptom of rampant professional incompetence.

      But the Gardnerian PAS experts are not going to pressure the APA for this change in its position statement. They are sitting on the sidelines and letting the targeted parents in this country carry the full burden of this effort.

      I am publicly taking the Gardnerian PAS experts in this country to task to come to the support of targeted parents in this country to demand and achieve a change to the position statement of the American Psychological Association in this country that 1) formally recognizes that the pathology exists (personality disorder pathology; not PAS – i.e., the new model), and 2) formally recognizes their children as a “special population” of children and families requiring specialized professional knowledge and expertise to competently assess, diagnose, and treat.

      There is nothing but good from a change to the APA’s position statement. Why aren’t the Gardnerian PAS experts in this country supporting the targeted parents in this country in their demand for this change in the position statement of the APA in this country?

      I’m more than happy to have them explain why they are not supporting targeted parents in this call for change, but so far the reports I’m receiving from targeted parents when they ask the Gardnerian PAS experts for support in this effort to change the position statement of the APA is either silence or “no comment.” All I’m asking is for the Gardernian PAS experts in this country to tell us why they won’t support targeted parents in this country in demanding a change to the American Psychological Association position statement that 1) formally acknowledges that this pathology (personality disorder pathology, not PAS) exists, and 2) formally recognizes their children and families as a “special population” requiring specialized professional knowledge and expertise to assess, diagnose, and treat.

      Craig Childress, Psy.D.
      Psychologist, PSY 18857

  2. Dr. Childress, if I may add my humble opinion to your professional admonitions, I’d like to state what you cannot for reasons we need not explain. Slavoj Zizek explain the phenomenon as the Lacanian notion of fantasy as a constitutive lie, i.e., “Our inner truth is the lie we construct to be able to live with the misery of our actual lives.” As Louis C.K. puts it, he worked shitty jokes for 15 years before getting it which meant that he didn’t know how to do anything else – hence, he was stuck in his craft. PAS adherents are no exception to the finite realities of human existence – vested in their lie and terrified of liabilities. Chris Hedges adds that Peter Tillich identified all human institutions are inherently evil. Life is absurd and cruel.

  3. I know this post isn’t specifically about PAS, and I know that YAHNALABLOG is from the UK and things are different there, but YAHNALABLOG’s attitude and mindset is what ticks me off about the PAS experts who *should* be on our side.

    Show me the progress that the PAS experts have made. After 30 years, which states have put in place PAS education programs for mental health professionals? After 30 years, which therapists are certified to perform reunification? After 30 years, which state has laws to protect children from alienation? After 30 years, how many CPS workers have had to remove children because of PAS?

    PAS is literally a dead end because it doesn’t lead psychologists anywhere. It doesn’t help psychologists understand what is going on underneath the hood. You can’t just force theoretical psychologists to accept the “black box” that is PAS. They need something that they can open up and take apart and tinker with. PAS is too brittle. It doesn’t have individual parts that you can pop off and then put back on. If you take any one part of PAS away, you still have a kid with a problem, but you no longer have a diagnosis for whatever that problem is. It completely breaks down because the remaining pieces are meaningless. In contrast to that, with Attachment-Based PA, if you take the attachment suppression away, it is no longer PA, but you still have a kid with a personality disorder who is delusional. Or if you take the delusional part away, you still have a kid who is suppressing their attachment system and has a personality disorder. You still have a solid diagnosis to fall back on. This is not possible with PAS.

      1. PAS is similar to treating dementia – it is technically illegal because no known therapy provides effective outcomes. Once you’re clinically at the advanced stage of dementia, you’re quality of life is finished.

  4. Dr. Childress is the prophet who is not accepted in his own land, a land populated with mental health persons.

    Please accept the invitation Dr. Bernet, Amy Baker and Linda Gottlieb.

    Dr.Childress has identified the DNA of this savage and brutalizing pathology. He has a brilliant strategy to upgrade the professional competence in a stroke of genius at the level of the APA within the next year.

    Please do not make him fight this battle as the lone professional representing target parents. We need you.

    Children affected by this are dying — one by suicide if a parent I know. Parents affected by this are being brutalized. We need professional competence and we need one voice with this brilliant strategy to unfold in the coming months.

  5. The gross insults are @ gross ignorance. Wake up… Do Something people … Those of us Who have witnessed the insanity / the reality going on know Who holds the answer. We know the truth.. We have witnessed this human destruction … A destruction so many want to play around ~ Doing nothing / denying the reality is as Eli Wiesal stated long ago … the true harm … The harm was not from the oppressor it was from the bystanders who DID Nothing …. Haven’t we Had Enough @ Those who Do Nothing? Those who want to sit and debate because they lack the ability to See / the ability to Do…. That is to sit and aid this destruction to be. The Only end IS to Stand up / Stand behind the one who Sees… The horrific devastation done by this unseen pathology extends much further then to targeted parents and their children ~ those left to acquire this way of being live life @ “me”… brutalizing others for being In Their Way… All @ the same insidious / unseen manner … All @ self gain … With No ability to care @ anyone…the destruction is seen everywhere.. the serial bully in schools / in the workplace all operate the same… And all is denied / excused @ the same…. Mental health Has aided this whole thing to be… I lived it / watched the whole thing. And they just continue on…. In my opinion Dr. Childress has wisely stuck to the origins … set about making the reality / the cause @ such horrific inhuman behavior known.. For all of us who have witnessed the horrors of this pathology up close and personal we Know …. We know Who Sees and who has fully grasped the workings of this sick mind. What are You waiting for? We have an answer to end this human destruction that so many Sit and aid. Wake up and stand up… Don’t let the harm go on…. People you Need to Wake Up … We All need to Aid him in ending this human destruction. A destruction that IS truly @ taking of life.. Dr. Childress Has Enabled us to do this… Wake up and wrap him in your arms … They are the arms of safety … The only arms I know big enough to aid in ending this human destruction… This is said as both a child who witnessed this reality and as an an adult who Still went unheard @ mental health. They Refuse To See… They need to pretend ” it isn’t really like that”… “What IS your part”… Enough IS Enough.. Wake Up. Take a Stand.. Dr. Childress IS the answer.. He Sees this human destruction as it IS.

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