“My hope is to shed light on the unknown so my readers may understand the answer to the most often asked question, “Why did you stay so long?” After reading my story and documentation, I pray this question will cease to be asked, and instead the question will be, “Why did we allow this man, the religious organizations, and the law and judicial system to abuse, harass and enslave this woman and her children.”
– Coral Anika Theill, BONSHEA Making Light of the Dark
- Child Abuse & Corporal Punishment by Alice Miller
- Family Court Corruption Resources by Kimberly Burke Bowers
- Mothers of Lost Children Books, Resources, Articles, Blogs & Documentaries – Mothers of Lost Children.org
- Motherhood & Custody by Phyllis Chesler
- Speak Out Loud About Coercive Control & Psychological Abuse – Excellent Articles!
- THE LIZ LIBRARY – Excellent resource for battered mothers navigating the family court industry
- Vengeful Father Syndrome by Melissa Barnett
It has long been known by those who seek power over others, Hitler, the Taliban, Genghis Kahn and many others throughout history, that the way to destroy a population is to destroy their connections to their past. The men who would destroy women are not necessarily destroying only the mothers, their intent is to destroy the child. The mother is but a tool in this quest, a tool that serves as proof of the man’s past. He must destroy her to break the connection and reeducate the child into a likeness of himself, or destroy the child trying.
It should be a goal of every court to uncover the past of any man who seeks custody of a child, an unnatural position for a male. Was he himself abused and now seeks to remake his own childhood through his offspring?
What of the people who help him in this endeavor? American society is the least giving of all modern societies, so the motivations of those who would place a child in an unnatural situation must be scrutinized. To seek power over groups of others, as is the case with lawyers, “experts”, police and judges, they must have the tendencies of a narcissist, a sociopath or a psychopath as a result of treatment they received as a child. They suffer from Stockholm syndrome, identifying with the abusive person, stemming from the abuse they suffered.