Following the meeting, "illadvised" comments were posted on a Facebook page in her name mentioning killer Raoul Moat, who sparked a manhunt and killed himself in the village, and likening those at the meeting to a "mob with Stockholm syndrome
The unchanging culture in Turkey, with regard to the political role of the military is of the Stockholm Syndrome
They strung together a set list of songs that spanned all four of their albums -- One Thing, Kiss You, Through the Dark and Stockholm Syndrome
were a few highlights -- and made thousands of their fans' dreams come true.
Pia, the protagonist who is writing a book about her sister's abduction and murder, finds a connection between these two events -- Stockholm syndrome
In an Iran-sized political Stockholm syndrome
, neither the government nor the people end up threatening one another.
Inside is a psychological drama that explores the effects of Stockholm Syndrome
on a kidnap victim.
A book of two halves, the first section is a story full of twists and intrigue, while the second - in which there is a Stockholm Syndrome
scenario - is a little flatter.
Enter the Stockholm Syndrome
, a phenomenon first identified during a failed bank heist in Sweden in 1973 where hostages feel so much sympathy for their captors that they are unable to escape when given an opportunity.
The video touches on the hunt and the hunted, Stockholm syndrome
, and when right and wrong are not easily defined in a blood-thirsty, chaotic society.
Sullivan allegedly told them their daughter suffers from Stockholm Syndrome
brought on by abuse in her home, something the teen told police was untrue, court documents said.
Not because of succumbing to Stockholm syndrome
, but from a position of wanting to understand people.
However, a device will kill him if he leaves his car, thugs employed by the politician are out to murder him, and his passenger has a bad case of Stockholm syndrome