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*Content Warning: sexual assault, rape, emotional abuse, fraud, factitious disorder, drug overdose, miscarriage, medical trauma, medical fraud, false reporting and death. more
*Content Warning: sexual assault, rape, emotional abuse, bigotry, racism, fraud, gaslighting, domestic violence. more
*Content Warning: false pregnancy, stillbirth, physical, physiological and sexual violence, factitious disorder, fraud, medical fraud, death, labor, bigotry, blood, knife violence, domestic violence. more
I think a lot of reviewers are missing the bigger picture. Tiffany is very savvy and I believe she accepts some of these stories with full knowledge the so-called “victims” are also fully culpable themselves. Honestly, I’d rather hear their stories and analyze them with the knowledge that they also have a personality disorder or some type of mental health issue. It’s not blaming the victims but being a clear-headed, analytical person. I do think it’s helpful to reinforce why we need to trust our... more
Season 17, the story of a toddler repeatedly telling adults his stepfather is hurting him and being ignored…until he finally kills him. And the narrator is one of those adults. What?!!! Been a fan of this show for a while but this is bizarre. Done with it.
I resonated with Sarah’s story SO much. I dated a narcissist for 3 years, was fresh out of that relationship… sociopath enter stage right. I knew I needed to heal from the narcissist but thought I was in a good place. Little did I know I was the perfect target for a sociopath. From the friends, to the use of religion, to the fast pace, to family loving them, to planning marriage, naming children… then ghost! I relate to it all too well. I did laugh at connecting with the exs episode.. we did the... more
I have been a faithful listener and have genuinely enjoyed many of the seasons. This one has been excruciatingly difficult to listen to partially because Leslie is reading in a weird singsong while showing little to no emotion about this tragedy but giggling and animated a few minutes later when talking about dating her husband. I also would have NEVER even started listening if I had understood it involved child murder. I was not in the headspace for that kind of story. It’s 2 AM and I can’t sle... more
I’ve listened to every season now and what I can say is that this podcast provides absolutely nothing beneficial to the listener. It glorifies victimhood for attention, it teaches absolutely nothing about accountability, it’s nothing but a a forum to fetish over all the people who’ve hurt you without an ounce of self reflection or self analysis. No one learns or grows from this- they just created a place for people to make their trauma into porn for others. After a while you realize how toxic an... more
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Something Was Wrong launched 5 years ago and published 200 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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