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The white knight syndrome

rescuing yourself from your need to rescue others

by Mary C. Lamia

  • 182 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by New Harbinger Publications in Oakland, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Couples -- Psychology,
  • Need (Psychology),
  • Helping behavior,
  • Man-woman relationships,
  • Interpersonal relations

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementMary C. Lamia and Marilyn J. Krieger.
    ContributionsKrieger, Marilyn J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ801 .L276 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23170178M
    ISBN 101572246243
    ISBN 109781572246249
    LC Control Number2009007132
    OCLC/WorldCa237879814

    Jun 14,  · First, think through the underlying assumption that women are weak and inferiorm and need rescuing. Then, read any of the books about it: White Knight Syndrome - Google Search. The White Knight Syndrome will help you: Discover why you attract or seek out needy or damaged partners Find out what type of white knight you are Recognize the unhealthy ways you try to meet your partner's needs while ignoring your own Channel your energies into .

    Dec 21,  · Buy The White Knight Syndrome by Mary C Lamia, Marilyn J Krieger from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: Reprint Ed. Aug 25,  · Here is the gist of the article- White knight syndrome is a compulsive need to be the rescuer in an intimate relationship originating from early life experiences that left the white knight feeling damaged, guilty, shamed, or afraid. White knights often have .

    White Knight Syndrome or the Hero syndrome or Blind chivalry is a major hurdle against eliminating gender bias. People suffering from it, always side with a female howsoever wrong her action might be. To make my point more clear let’s take an example of a motorist who bumps into a pedestrian on the road but causes negligible injuries. Check out Mark's new book on Amazon: IMHO, the worst example of white knight syndrome isn’t the bouncer because in a fair number of cases the women need some sort of protection. The worst.


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Nov 06,  · The White Knight Syndrome is the first realistic account that suggests concrete solutions for the too common problems or rescuers and their intended targets. A strength of this book is that it recognizes that there are diverse motives that give rise to rescuing behaviors/5(43).

Jun 01,  · "The White Knight Syndrome" deals with people who create problems for themselves by engaging in chronic rescuing behavior.

"White knights avoid looking at themselves and their own unhappiness by being in an uncertain, precarious situation that forces their attention outward, as opposed to inward." (p. 23)/5(12). Nov 06,  · The White Knight Syndrome is the first realistic account that suggests concrete solutions for the too common problems or rescuers and their intended targets.

A strength of this book is that it recognizes that there are diverse motives that give rise to rescuing certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.coms: In legends and fairytales, the white knight rescues the damsel in distress, falls in love, and saves the day.

Real-life white knights are men and women who enter into romantic relationships with damaged and vulnerable partners, hoping that love will transform their partner's behavior or life-a relationship pattern that seldom leads to a storybook certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com: Echo Point Books & Media, LLC.

The White Knight Syndrome will help you: Discover why you attract or seek out needy or damaged partners. Find out what type of white knight you are. Recognize the unhealthy ways you try to meet your partner's needs while ignoring your own.5/5(2).

It's time to come to your own rescue, and this book can help. With well-written analysis, engaging insight, and salient case studies, The White Knight Syndrome is a much-needed and well-executed guide to understanding and resolving the white knight syndrome in yourself. This item is certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com: Echo Point Books & Media.

It’s time to come to your own rescue, and this book can help. With well-written analysis, engaging insight, and salient case studies, The White Knight Syndrome is a much-needed and well-executed guide to understanding and resolving the white knight syndrome in yourself.

The White Knight Syndrome explains the origins of this behavior, presents 3 white knight subtypes, and explores the concept of balanced rescuing.

Books by Marilyn Krieger The White Knight Syndrome. Jun 08,  · ‘Nice guys’, prototypical or typical nice guys are suffering from the fixer mindset, another term that I think is quite catchy is the ‘white knight syndrome’, though I think online that gets misused so I’m not going to use that certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com: Paul Sierra.

Dec 21,  · Their book, The White Knight Syndrome, clearly articulates the dynamics of this all-too-common pattern. This book is an outstanding resource and a must-read for every compulsive rescuer, as well as for mental health students and professionals/5(6).

The White Knight Syndrome is a characteristic that is shared by many people. It is the compulsive need to rescue someone, especially a potential life partner. There are four subtypes of this syndrome. A glimpse into the mindset of a white knight.

Feb 22,  · The Knight in Shining Armor Syndrome or KiSAS (also known as the White Knight Syndrome) is an affliction most commonly observed in men but occasionally by women. The name of the syndrome comes from the classic format of a fairy tale: A damsel in distress is saved by the knight in shining armor and they live happily ever after.

Jan 01,  · Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The White Knight Syndrome: Rescuing Yourself from Your Need to Rescue Others/5(3).

Dec 20,  · Don’t feel bad, this is a common approach to relationships – especially in men – and so much so that psychologists have coined the term ‘White Knight Syndrome’ to describe it. In this post, we’ll take a look at what exactly White Knight Syndrome really is, whether or not you might be guilty of it and how to overcome it if you are.

Nov 06,  · Buy The White Knight Syndrome: Rescuing Yourself from Your Need to Rescue Others Reprint ed. by Mary C. Lamia, Marilyn J. Krieger (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3).

The White Knight Syndrome: Rescuing Yourself from Your Need to Rescue Others: Marilyn Krieger: Books - certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com5/5(1).

Dec 21,  · It's time to come to your own rescue, and this book can help. With well-written analysis, engaging insight, and salient case studies, The White Knight Syndrome is a much-needed and well-executed guide to understanding and resolving the white knight syndrome in yourself.

show more/5(48). The White Knight Syndrome represents a strong inclination some men have to seek women who are or appear to be in need of help (usually the more help the merrier), and on his own initiative provide that help (often no matter the sacrifice), without requesting anything in return.

Such a. Oct 26,  · It's called "white knight syndrome." The phrase was made famous by psychologists Marilyn Krieger and Mary Lumia in their book by the same name.

It's. Our use of the term “white knight syndrome” implies a chronic need to be the rescuer in intimate relationships. Temporary white knights do not demonstrate chronic rescuing and, technically, do not fall into our subtypes. If you answered yes to any of those questions, you may be afflicted with what Marin clinical psychologists Mary Lamia and Marilyn Krieger call “The White Knight Syndrome,” which just so.May 06,  · White knights can be any age, race, sexual orientation, culture, or socioeconomic status, but all have the inclination and the need to rescue.

Although white knights can exist in a wide range of relationships, such as in a business or a friendship, we will limit our focus to the white knight .White Knight Syndrome, often shortened to WKS, is what many lonely internet males (usually virgins) get when consulted with anything to do with a girl.

However, this person does not have to of seen the girl or even conversed with her in any way to stick up for her.