What is perspecticide?
Perspecticide is a neologism used to describe the act of deliberately and systematically destroying or distorting another person’s perspective. It is often used in the context of political or ideological debates, where one party attempts to discredit the other’s point of view by attacking their beliefs or values.
Why do people use perspecticide?
Perspecticide is a term used to describe the intentional destruction of another person’s perspective or point of view. It is often used to describe the actions of people who are trying to control or manipulate another person’s thoughts and feelings. It is a form of psychological abuse and can be used to manipulate, control, and intimidate another person.
Examples of perspecticide in families?
1. Alienation: When one family member is isolated or excluded from the family unit, either through physical or emotional means.
2. Gaslighting: When one family member attempts to manipulate another family member into questioning their own reality or sanity.
3. Emotional Abuse: When one family member uses verbal or emotional abuse to control or manipulate another family member.
4. Financial Abuse: When one family member uses financial control or manipulation to gain power over another family member