Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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Protecting abusive parents is far more dangerous than the chance that someone might accidently "scapegoat" an "inadequate" parent in their minds. Protecting abusers is exactly what your statement does.
The research shows that child abuse leaves lasting impacts well into adulthood and a lot of that abuse is inflicted by primary caregivers, including parents.
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