Duck? Duck? Goose.

Duck? Duck? Goose. by Eric M. Pazdziora few years ago, I played a game of “Duck, Duck, Goose.” It was me, a few other teachers, and a room full of energetic 6–9 year olds. I sometimes find myself in odd situations like this. I’m never quite sure why. This is the game where everyone sits […]

The Cultic Family, Part III

The Cultic Family, Part III In my last two articles (part one here) I addressed characteristics within a cultic family environment and some of the physiological effects they have on adult children. In this conclusion, I’d like to address some important features in light of our Christian faith. It can be argued that some traits […]

Mind Control and the Adult Child | Pt. 2

Mind Control and the Adult Child | Pt. 2 Women raised within authoritarian homeschooling, Quiverfull, or fundamentalist Christian families know that our parents had good, godly intentions for their choice of lifestyle. Nevertheless, as we often discuss at Quivering Daughters, many of us grew up experiencing depression, thoughts of suicide, fear, shame, and other serious […]

Mind Control and the Adult Child | Pt. 2

Mind Control and the Adult Child | Pt. 2 Women raised within authoritarian homeschooling, Quiverfull, or fundamentalist Christian families know that our parents had good, godly intentions for their choice of lifestyle. Nevertheless, as we often discuss at Quivering Daughters, many of us grew up experiencing depression, thoughts of suicide, fear, shame, and other serious […]

The Cultic Family, Part III

The Cultic Family, Part III In my last two articles (part one here) I addressed characteristics within a cultic family environment and some of the physiological effects they have on adult children. In this conclusion, I’d like to address some important features in light of our Christian faith. It can be argued that some traits […]

The Cultic Family, Part III

The Cultic Family, Part III In my last two articles (part one here) I addressed characteristics within a cultic family environment and some of the physiological effects they have on adult children. In this conclusion, I’d like to address some important features in light of our Christian faith. It can be argued that some traits […]

The Cultic Family, Part II

The Cultic Family, Part II Continued from Part I  *Note: This article is sensitive in nature and potentially controversial. Please pray before contemplating the material I’ve provided because it could be triggering, offensive, or even painful to read. Please note that I am not a health professional. The following resource is not a substitute for […]

Duck? Duck? Goose.

Duck? Duck? Goose. by Eric M. Pazdziora few years ago, I played a game of “Duck, Duck, Goose.” It was me, a few other teachers, and a room full of energetic 6–9 year olds. I sometimes find myself in odd situations like this. I’m never quite sure why. This is the game where everyone sits […]

The Cultic Family, Part III

The Cultic Family, Part III In my last two articles (part one here) I addressed characteristics within a cultic family environment and some of the physiological effects they have on adult children. In this conclusion, I’d like to address some important features in light of our Christian faith. It can be argued that some traits […]

The Cultic Family, Part III

The Cultic Family, Part III In my last two articles (part one here) I addressed characteristics within a cultic family environment and some of the physiological effects they have on adult children. In this conclusion, I’d like to address some important features in light of our Christian faith. It can be argued that some traits […]