The ex-cult Resource Center. The Boston Movement: Critical Perspectives on the International Churches of Christ, edited by Carol Giambalvo ; Captive Hearts, Captive Minds: Freedom and Recovery from Cults and Abusive Relationships, by Madeleine Landau Tobias, Janja Lalich and Michael Langone ; Coercive Persuasion: A Socio-psychological Analysis of the "Brainwashing" …
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We use the word 'cult' knowing it might be more PC to say 'new religious movement.' The problem is that all religions were once new and not every cult is religious. For simplicity and the purposes of this page, Dare to Doubt defines 'cult' as any destructive group.How do you get out of a cult?
Take one step at a time. Here are five to get you started from people who left cults themselves: 1) Make a plan. If you need somewhere safe to go, reach out to a family member or friend outside the group. Say you need help. Ask them to come get you or find the best way to get to them.What are some good resources for ex members of cults?
They offer workshops for those born or raised in cultic environments and have an active YouTube channel with helpful videos for ex-members, their loved ones, and mental health professionals alike. Spiritual Abuse Resources ~ SAR (run by ICSA) offers helpful information for individuals recovering from what they call Post-Cult After Effects.What are the best books on recovery from cult abuse?
Recovery from Abusive Groups, by Wendy Ford Recovery from Cults: Help for Victims of Psychological and Spiritual Abuse, edited by Michael D. Langone Releasing the Bonds: Empowering People to Think for Themselvesby Steven Hassan
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