Netflix’s 365 Days… Erm… Psychologists call that Stockholm Syndrome… And it’s not so ‘sexy’ or ‘romantic’ in real life

No I haven’t watched it… Well briefly some scenes that have been uploaded to Pornhub. 😆 (I like kinky role play sex! But there are boundaries within the context!)… And I just read the plot to the new Netflix hit… So now I don’t have to watch it.


That’s actually called Stockholm Syndrome ladies. It’s when someone who has been kidnapped and held captive for a long period of time, in order to mentally survive the ordeal, begins to have unnatural emotional feelings, empathy and defensive beleifs for their captor (who’s quite obviously a psychopath)… and the actual examples that psychologists can give you are not so steamy, sexy or romantic!

Intelligence officers are trained in understanding, and avoiding it, in the event of being taken hostage by a terrorist organisation, or enemy state! Like the case of the Iranian embassy workers…

“Death to the Great Satan USA!”… 🤔”Wait? Didn’t we work for the US before?”

What is Stockholm Syndrome and Who Does it Affect?

Medically reviewed by Timothy J. Legg, Ph.D., CRNP â€” Written by Kimberly Holland on November 11, 2019

Stockholm syndrome is commonly linked to high profile kidnappings and hostage situations. Aside from famous crime cases, regular people may also develop this psychological condition in response to various types of trauma.

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what exactly the Stockholm syndrome is, how it got its name, the types of situations that may lead to someone developing this syndrome, and what can be done to treat it.

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