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Stockholm Syndrome – A Variety of Responses

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Everyone is different and everyone may have different responses to Stockholm Syndrome. At a minimal level, the captive may simply grow to see the event in the same perspective as the captor. At a higher level, the victim may respect and recognize the terrorist(s) for their “gallant” efforts. Responses have ranged from apathy to actual participation by the hostage in terrorist activity.

Other responses to Stockholm Syndrome have included losing touch with reality, impeding efforts of the rescue forces and negotiation teams, and some have suffered long-term emotional instability.

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May 29, 2015 at 09:00

Stockholm Syndrome – Willingness to Tolerate

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This one will probably surprise you.

When people will go beyond logical limits is a common experience of victims of the Stockholm Syndrome and deals with preconceived levels of tolerance and expectations of actions. Because the need to survive is strong, hostages rationalize an extension of their preconceived limits far beyond what they expected.

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May 28, 2015 at 09:00

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We Are The Target – A Citizen’s Guide to Anti-Terrorism

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Have you read “We Are The Target” yet?

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This is a civilian version of what the military and Department of Defense is taught about Anti-Terrorism.

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May 28, 2015 at 09:00

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Stockholm Syndrome – Sensing and Identifying with captors

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Captives / Hostages have been know to sense and identify or relate with the human qualities of the captors. It is called the “poor devil” syndrome. The terrorists may talk about their own mental or physical suffering; their perceptions of being victims rather than aggressors. Hostages may then transfer anger from the hostage takers to society or the situation that created the dilemma in which they are now victims. The hostages may then feel the terrorists are entitled to their protection and care, possible even their help and support.

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May 27, 2015 at 11:23

ISIS threatens Law Enforcement and Military

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May 26, 2015 at 17:37

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Stockholm Syndrome – Positive Contact

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Positive contact is a truly odd situation.

Positive Contact is generated by a lack of negative experiences. It appears that positive contact is reinforced to a greater degree if there have been negative experiences (beatings, rapes and murder) early in the event, followed by Positive Contact.

Basically when the negatives become less, it is considered positive and the captives consider less bad as positive.

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May 26, 2015 at 13:18

Stockholm Syndrome – Common Experiences

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Victims of Stockholm Syndrome tend to share common experiences, included among others are, Positive Contact, Sensing and Identifying with the human qualities of their captors, and a Willingness to Tolerate Situations far beyond their logical limits.

We will explore more of each one of these experiences in the upcoming segments.

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May 25, 2015 at 09:00

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