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Title: Believing oppressive messages undermines the powerfulness of an individual, and can sabotage the effectiveness of recovery fellowships
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THE RECOVERING SOCIETY Believing oppressive messages undermines the powerfulness of an individual, and can sabotage the effectiveness of ...
THE RECOVERING SOCIETY
Believing oppressive messages undermines the powerfulness of an individual, and can sabotage the effectiveness of recovery fellowships. Internalised oppression operates on two levels – how we feel about ourselves, and how we feel about our people. If we feel awful about ourselves, and others like us, this is likely to manifest in undermining and attacking each other. The heavier the internalised oppression, the more difficult it is to have functional and effective organisations and movements – unless work is done to address it. Reducing the impact of internalised oppression results in greater unity and stronger social and charitable movements. It is possible to unlearn and heal from internalised oppression, and organisations can take practical steps to support this.
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