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Episode Info: What's it like to grow up in a home where religious authoritarian reigns supreme?  In episode 21, I delve into the characteristics of religious extremism.  Plus, I give an update about my own recovery after 5 1/2 years post-cult-life. Welcome to the PsychPod Studio Podcast with Psychological Thriller Author M.E. Anders, where we chat weekly news and views.  Merging fact and fiction into an infotainment-packed show. Here we’ll explore hot psychological topics from the perspective of a suspense and mind-altering thriller author. Popular topics include cult survivor tales, author interviews, psychological expert interviews, reader discussions, critical thinking skills, skepticism, freethinking, and religion.   How You Can Listen: iTunes - Click here to download the episode or listen in iTunes! RSS Feed - Click here to subscribe to the podcast in the RSS feed of your choice. Stitcher - PsychPod Studio is now on Stitcher!  Listen to us on the web, your iPhone, Android Phone,  BlackBerry and WebOS phones. Click the Play in New Window button below to listen now. _________________________________ The Podcast Shownotes One bit of Psych News: Bipolar Becky is back - Her latest episode: Will Psychiatric Drugs Draw Me Away from God? If you are a Christian who struggles with mental illness, I would highly recommend this blog.  Becky is a transparent writer AND a dedicated Christian.  Yes, our stances on religion may be polar opposites, but she provides a unique perspective, which is relevant to many of our readers here.  Check it out...   What I’m Reading? Resonate: Present Visual Stories that Motivate Audiences by Nancy Duarte I discovered this author on the podcast, Social Triggers, in an amazing interview with Nancy!   What I’m Writing? Social Media Content - I am now a full-time Social Media Community Coordinator at an incredible marketing agency.   Reader Mailbag (Q & A) - In response to our guest poster, Barb Orlowski, on the Secrets of Spiritual Abuse Recovery, Bipolar Becky says, 'Thank you Barb for posting this.  Mindi Ramsey (a.k.a. M.E. Anders) was instrumental in helping our family get out of an authoritarian legalistic church where rules were preached, you’d better be at the alter often, you were not free to express your opinion or follow God’s leading without the rubber stamp of leadership — and yes, when we left this giant mega-church we were shunned it seemed like the amish or something. I would
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