I've done some research online about Stockholm Syndrome after our family therapist suggested that my stepchildren may suffer from it (their mother is the abuser). About all I found was that it is closely related to PTSD and diagnosing criteria are the same for both, and the only treatment is to get the hostage out of the situation. Well, considering this is their mother we're talking about, it's not quite that easy. There isn't a Stockholm Syndrome group on DS so I was wondering if any of you have any experience with it or ideas on how to help our girls.
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