Cory Huskey began dating Michael Robertson's daughter in 2010.
The father was very happy with Amanda's new boyfriend as he was not a drug user, not an alcoholic, presented his speech clean, educated, smart, and most important...the young man was a good person with a tremendous amount of empathy.
Cory Huskey started dating Michael's daughter when the family lived in Surprise, Arizona.
and impressed the father as he was intrinsically a good person, which showed in his countenance.
Cory Huskey has a brain with high levels of emotional and cognitive empathy. The expression of such has expressed a personality as an animal and emotional empath.
Animal empaths can pick up on the needs and feelings of animals. It may feel like a somewhat telepathic connection, where the empath senses what an animal wants. These people are naturally inclined to go into work with animals, particularly where they're directly caring for the animal.
"If you're an animal empath, you likely already know that being around/helping animals brings you joy. Think about using more of your time to foster this part of your life, by volunteering with a local shelter or picking up a hobby like birdwatching. You could even take it one step further by practicing energy healing, such as reiki, on the animals in your life."
One of the more common types of empaths, an emotional empath can easily pick up on—and even take on themselves—the emotions of others. If a friend or family member is upset or sad, they may soon find themselves upset or sad. Emotional empaths are particularly susceptible to narcissists and energy vampires and may feel particularly exhausted around such people.
"If you find yourself picking up on the emotions of others, Orloff recommends this mantra: "Return to sender." This will "immediately channel the energy out of your body and back to the source," she says. "This doesn't harm the source; it just gets the energy out of your body."
Animal empaths are the people who are always hanging with the pet at the party. They have a special connection with animals in that they can often feel their needs and communicate with them in a soothing manner. They cannot stomach any violence toward animals and are more than likely filling their Pinterest boards with vegan recipes. Cory Huskey is an animal and emotional empath.
The dance between the narcissist and the empath resembles a parasitic relationship. Motivated by the desire to seek love and to heal the wounded narcissist, the empath becomes the perfect host to the parasitic narcissist (Partiali, 2019).
The empath and narcissist dyad exists within a dialectic, each needing the other for the dysfunctional relationship to remain intact. Both partners are equally responsible for the imbalance created. While an empath may feel powerless in the relationship, it is important to keep in mind that a narcissist cannot exist within the relationship without the engagement of the well-intentioned empath. If an empath sets boundaries and walks away, refusing to internalize the projected feelings of the narcissist (i.e., the narcissist projecting their own worthlessness onto the empath), then the abusive dynamic would cease to exist.
Relationships between an empath and toxic person seem to be extremely common. The toxic person and the empath are seemingly opposite, but we’ve all heard that opposites attract. The empath may be a target for the narcissist. Although the empath is highly intuitive, they often don’t initially see the toxicity due to the toxic person’s charm (Wine, 2019).
The empath tends to stay in toxic relationship for too long, allowing their high level of empathy and understanding to justify the behaviors of the toxic person. The empath longs to help the toxic person grow, feel needed, and is patient enough to stay through the suffering. These relationships are unsustainable, yet they give both the empath and the toxic person an opportunity to grow. This type of relationship ultimately serves each person a deep purpose (Dodgson, 2018).
Opposites attract — or so we are told. While this rule has potential to broaden your horizons, people who are poles apart might be drawn together for all the wrong reasons.
Narcissists, for example, are attracted to people they will get the greatest use from. Often, this means they pursue and target empaths.
Empaths are the opposite of narcissists. While people with narcissistic personality disorder have no empathy, and thrive on the need for admiration, empaths are highly sensitive and in tune with other people's emotions.
Empaths are "emotional sponges," who can absorb feelings from other people very easily. This makes them them very attractive to narcissists, because they see someone who will fulfill their every need in a selfless way.
Empaths are generally incredibly kind, caring individuals who thrive on doting on others. They were often mistreated, neglected, and/or ignored in their youth, and try to offer others all the love, care, and attention they desperately needed and never received (Winter, 2018).
"In turn, narcissists need to be worshipped and fussed over. They were usually also mistreated and/or neglected in their youth, sometimes even abandoned… but instead of turning that pain outwards into care for others, they turned it toward getting as much attention and affection for themselves as possible."
"People with narcissism usually suffer with a form of early childhood attachment trauma (interpersonal abuse.) At some point in early childhood the narcissist was not properly attached to, or was insufficiently loved. Because of this, he learned how to survive in relationships using a sort of barter system, rather than relying on normal human connection skills, because these were not properly internalized in his psyche" (Stines, 2019).
Amanda Bacolas was severely neglected as a baby and a child by her mother, Julia Bacolas. She went through attachment trauma resulting from the sexual abuse of her younger sister by her mother's boyfriend in 1998, her mother's abandonment of Amanda and her siblings during a joint custody agreement (while a criminal investigation was conducted by the Glendale Police Department and during trauma counseling by with her sister by counselor Rochelle Silverman).
Amanda suffered maternal interpersonal abuse with Julie Bacolas. Her maternal abandonment as a child, missed holidays, the mother's refusal to provide support and co-parent Amanda and her siblings, and the broken promise her mother would move to Phoenix to be with her children, but moved to Kingman, Arizona instead, as the mother chose a relationship with her parents and sisters over her own children. This interpersonal abuse was foreclosed upon when Amanda confronted Julie Bacolas in 2005, exclaiming that "children come first" and Julie curtly responded, "my happiness comes first!" Amanda was extremely damaged by that conversation, as it reflected her mother's total lack of empathy for needs of her own children.
Amanda Bacolas was prescreened in 1994 for gross and severe language and developmental delays in early childhood. The test measurement used was The Cognitive Abilities Test ( CogAT), and was administered by the school psychologist at the special education department at Manzanita Elementary School, with the Washington School District, in Phoenix, Arizona. Original test results available upon request:
Amanda scored 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 standards below the "mean" on the CogAT, with an IQ reflective of a child with mental retardation (IQ scores below 70). Globally, the areas of gross neurological deficits included severe developmental delay, gross language and speech impediments, and cognitive arrears, as reflected in her IQ scores below 70, an intelligence score shared with children suffering from mental retardation.
The brain anomalies identified with Amanda's early childhood cognitive screenings are indicative of the brains of people with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), and the hallmark of people with this neurological makeup is areas of the brain responsible for emotional and cognitive empathy. NPD individuals have deficiencies in the empathy regions in their brains, when comparing MRI's to the brains of normal people, and this lack of empathy is the hallmark trait in the expression of narcissism in adults (Syras, 2021).
Amanda's cognitive and language delays were severe. At the time of the CogAT assessment in 1994, the child could not speak...not barely speak...she didn't talk at all. When Amanda began to speak, it was stuttered and delayed, and she had to be taught patience in conjugating her thoughts to speech. Amanda was a slow to warm up child, as a result of her cognitive and developmental deficits, which created the development of a covert narcissistic personality as an adult, in juxtaposition to her siblings, who are more overt with their NPD.
Cory Huskey is an empath in a symbiotic relationship with a covert narcissist. Cory's personality feeds Amanda's "Narcissistic supply" which she needs to fuel her grandiose covert narcissism
Narcissistic supply is a form of payment given by others in order to be in a relationship with a narcissist. In essence, when a young child is not sufficiently attuned to or attached with, emotionally soothed and protected, she develops self-protective survival skills as an adult. These survival skills come in the form of emotional manipulation and alternate-personality development.
Narcissistic personality disorder involves a pattern of self-centered, arrogant thinking and behavior, a lack of empathy and consideration for other people, and an excessive need for admiration. Others often describe people with NPD as cocky, manipulative, selfish, patronizing, and demanding. This way of thinking and behaving surfaces in every area of the narcissist’s life: from work and friendships to family and love relationships (Smith, 2020).
"People with narcissistic personality disorder are extremely resistant to changing their behavior, even when it’s causing them problems. Their tendency is to turn the blame on to others. What’s more, they are extremely sensitive and react badly to even the slightest criticisms, disagreements, or perceived slights, which they view as personal attacks. For the people in the narcissist’s life, it’s often easier just to go along with their demands to avoid the coldness and rages. However, by understanding more about narcissistic personality disorder, you can spot the narcissists in your life, protect yourself from their power plays, and establish healthier boundaries."
Cory Huskey is narcissist energy supply for Amanda's sense of self-importance and grandiosity.
Grandiosity is the defining characteristic of narcissism. More than just arrogance or vanity, grandiosity is an unrealistic sense of superiority. Narcissists believe they are unique or “special” and can only be understood by other special people. What’s more, they are too good for anything average or ordinary. They only want to associate and be associated with other high-status people, places, and things (Hochenberger, 2020).
Narcissists also believe that they’re better than everyone else and expect recognition as such—even when they’ve done nothing to earn it. They will often exaggerate or outright lie about their achievements and talents. And when they talk about work or relationships, all you’ll hear is how much they contribute, how great they are, and how lucky the people in their lives are to have them. They are the undisputed star and everyone else is at best a bit player (Patterson, 2021).
Amanda Bacolas' covert narcissism expresses its grandiosity and delusional sense of self importance in her interactions with friends and family. She embraces the title of the "hero" of saving her brother, Christopher, from homelessness by allowing him to live with her and Cory. Cory Huskey feeds this grandiosity of self importance by allowing Amanda to take a maternal role with her siblings. Amanda feeds this grandiosity by complaining about having to house her brother "because he has nowhere else to go," as such complaints brings attention to her status as the "savior" to her family.
Likewise, Cory inadvertently fed Amanda's delusional narcissistic sense of self importance when his parents returned to Arizona and they needed a place to house their dog and Cory's sister, while she was attending Arizona State University. Always wanting to bring attention to her grandiose hero status, Amanda openly complained about Cory's sister and the dogs living at her home. The complaining was so profound, Michael Robertson had a conversation with Cory's mother, which in hindsight he should not have involved himself. At the time, Amanda's father did not know of his daughter's diagnosis of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD).
Cory Husky fuels this narcissistic energy needs of Amanda's delusional sense of self-importance and grandiosity with the adoption of her younger siblings. Cory allows Amanda to play the fantasy as the hero and savior to her two little brothers, who need her maternal love, care, and affection. Grossly delusional and grandiose, as Amanda perpetrated an adoption fraud against her father, which is currently in pre-litigation to reverse.
The delusions that she saved her little brothers from anything malignant is contradicted by over one thousand pictures on Google of Michael Robertson with his little boys, from 2008 until 2018, which can be inspected by simply Google searching those children's names.
Cory Huskey feeds Amanda's narcissistic energy needs with constant praise and admiration.
A narcissist’s sense of superiority is like a balloon that gradually loses air without a steady stream of applause and recognition to keep it inflated. The occasional compliment is not enough. Narcissists need constant food for their ego, so they surround themselves with people who are willing to cater to their obsessive craving for affirmation. These relationships are very one-sided. It’s all about what the admirer can do for the narcissist, never the other way around. And if there is ever an interruption or diminishment in the admirer’s attention and praise, the narcissist treats it as a betrayal (Hudson, 2015).
Amanda uses Cory Huskey's empathy for her narcissistic energy needs for constant praise and admiration. As a slow to warm up child with cognitive and developmental disabilities, Amanda also had a slow metabolism. This created problems with her weight, and times, bouts with obesity in her adolescence and adulthood. Her self esteem issues with her weight, coupled with a narcissist grandiose belief in perfection, requires constant attention and admiration from Cory Huskey, and his validation of her delusions of self importance.
Amanda's narcissistic needs for constant praise and admiration is restated in the feedback she seeks from her complaining about helping her homeless brother, housing Cory's parent's dogs and sister while attending ASU, and the praise she garners globally as the savior who came to the rescue of her two little brothers. Amanda takes the praise, while empath Cory Husky does the heavy lifting as the caregiver and the male role model for her adopted brothers.
Amanda Bacolas diminishes Cory Huskey so he does not challenge her narcissistic delusions of superiority
While people with covert narcissism appear to be modest, they believe that they are superior to other people. As a result, they avoid situations, tasks, and diminish others that challenge this false sense of superiority (Legg, 2020).
As a covert narcissist, Amanda Bacolas needs to maintain a grandiose sense of superiority in her relationship with Cory Huskey. This is covertly done by subconsciously emasculating Cory in their relationship. Amanda always demanded on being the main source of income for the family and encouraged Cory Huskey to work part-time at Walmart, thereby establishing herself as the superior partner in the relationship. Basic chores like weeding the yard, removing garbage, cleaning out the garage...Amanda would pre-empt Cory Huskey from these male duties in the home, and paid her brother to do these simple tasks, further emasculating Cory's maleness in the relationship and maintaining Amanda's grandiose fantasy of superiority.
After Amanda began dating Cory Huskey in 2010, Michael Robertson was so impressed with his future son-in-law that he offered to pay for his first year of college. Amanda shot that down, since Cory's career success would directly challenge her narcissistic delusions of superiority, which she maintained throughout their relationship.
Amanda's subtle and covert emasculation of Cory Huskey mirrors her own father's adult development. Her father suffered gross emasculation as a father of a daughter sexually assaulted in 1998, the brutal rape of his step daughter in 2009, and the narcissistic abuse he suffered by his first wife, Julie Bacolas. Like her father, Cory Huskey is an empath. Amanda Bacolas' grandiose need for superiority in her relationship with empath Cory Huskey may be indicative of an unresolved Freudian Electra Complex:
Cory Huskey feeds Amanda Bacolas' narcissistic energy needs to exploit others without guilt or shame.
Narcissists never develop the ability to identify with the feelings of others—to put themselves in other people’s shoes. In other words, they lack empathy. In many ways, they view the people in their lives as objects—there to serve their needs. As a consequence, they don’t think twice about taking advantage of others to achieve their own ends. Sometimes this interpersonal exploitation is malicious, but often it is simply oblivious. Narcissists simply don’t think about how their behavior affects others. And if you point it out, they still won’t truly get it. The only thing they understand is their own needs. Those on the higher level of the narcissistic spectrum, grandiose and malignant narcissists, feel entitled to exploit and manipulate others for their own gain. They believe in their false sense of superiority. They are likely not covering up some sense of secret shame either (Arabi, 2020).
Amanda Bacolas injected herself into a custody matter with Michael Robertson's two minor children. This participation resulted in an adoption fraud that is currently being pre-litigated to reverse. With no evidence to bar her father from the association with his minor children, Amanda Bacolas injected herself in those matters based on a bizarre narcissistic envy and need to play a savior role to her younger siblings, all based on delusions of grandiosity. Amanda was the child who participated in the exploitation of her father and little brothers, but producing testimony of a truly grotesque nature, showing lack of guilt, remorse, and even shame.
Psychotic babblings were taken by Amanda Bacolas. laden with defamation and slander against her father which included serial kidnappings of children, child dismemberment and mutilation, animal abuse which included putting dogs in bags and slamming them on walls, raping children, etc. The bizarre testimony of these "witnesses" were impeached successfully (copies of Amanda Bacolas' bizarre NPD forensic interview will be made available upon request):
Cory Huskey feeds Amanda's narcissistic energy supply by allowing her to exploit her father by damaging his relationship with his minor sons, and he allows Amanda to exploits her little brothers by alienating them from their father's affections, and this severed close relationship can be seen by Google searching the names of both children and viewing over a thousand pictures online of Michael Robertson with his sons. Cory Huskey is an inadvertent party to the narcissistic abuse Amanda Bacolas has perpetrated against her own father and her two little brothers.
Cory Huskey had a front seat to the adoption fraud that was perpetrated by Amanda Bacolas and her dual diagnosed, severely mentally ill (SMI) siblings, all on the spectrum of malignant Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD).
Cory Huskey knows Michael Robertson very well, he's been in his home a multitude of times, and has seen his close relationship with his two little boys. Cory Huskey knows for a fact it was never reported to him by Amanda, and that accusations were absurd, that Michael admitted to serial kidnappings of children, child dismemberment and mutilation, animal abuse which included putting dogs in bags and slamming them on walls, raping children, etc.
In an attempt to appease his covert narcissist partner, Cory Huskey is complicit to the adoption fraud that he is a party to, and which he has living in his home, as a furtherance of Amanda Bacolas' malignant need for graciosity as a savior to the Bacolas and Huskey families.
Cory Huskey knows Michael Robertson to be a good father, a fit parent, and a committed family man.
Cory also knows Amanda Bacolas' cohorts in the adoption fraud, and he knows those "people" all too well...
Cory Huskey knows Amanda's sibling, Christopher Bacolas, very well. Cory knows Christopher as an individual with severe mental illness (SMI) with a dual diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder and NPD. Cory Huskey knows Christopher very well, as the brother lived with him while Amanda was playing the hero/savior role, mothering her adult sibling at the expense of their relationship. Cory 'knows Christopher to be an unstable individual with anger and violent outbursts. The adoption fraud Cory Huskey is a party to has exposed Michael Robertson's children to this dangerous individual:
Cory Huskey knows Amanda's sister, Jennifer Bacolas, and that she perpetrated a paternity fraud against an African American by the name of Marcus Moore. Cory knew the paternity fraud was being perpetrated on Marcus and he also knew Marcus Moore very well. Cory is aware from first hand experience of Jennifer Bacolas' bipolar disorder with psychotic features, as well as her NPD diagnosis:
It is also assumed, due to evidence of Amanda Bacolas' participation online, that these "sisters" are involved with David Quinn in a fraudulent scheme targeting the elderly (private investigator's report available upon request). Cory Huskey's participation in this adoption fraud against Michael Robertson and his children has exposed his family to abuse by unfettered access with his boys and this highly toxic NPD individual:
And finally, Cory Huskey knows Amanda's brother all too well. Cory, friends, family, and now, the community, knows Michael Bacolas Jr to be an NPD narcissist pedophile and an adult with arrested psychosocial and psychosexual development. Michael Robertson changed his name in 2017 to distance his reputation away from his pedophile son (formerly Michael Bacolas Sr.) and Leandra Bacolas, Michael Jr.'s wife, divorced him in 2019 due to his unbridled pedophilia. Cory's involvement in this adoption fraud opens his minor children to psychological and/or sexual abuse by a known pedophile:
These individuals were prescreened with the same severe cognitive retardation Amanda had in early childhood cognitive testing, and have the same brain abnormalities identified with people suffering from Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD).
In 2009, Julia Bacolas conducted a menticide against her severely mentally ill (SMI) children from her first marriage, dually diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD). Her children were already symptomatic of mental illness, due to the hereditary dispositions of Julia Bacolas, whose malignant genetic NPD was already heavily documented at the end of her marriage and during the divorce and custody proceedings in 1998.
This website is a case study of a Machiavellian malignant narcissist and her NPD heredity which was passed to her children, with case studies of each SMI individual in support of this thesis. This study is a conclusion of Michael Robertson's unfinished Master's Thesis, "Accelerating Children's Cognitive Development." The conclusion is apparent: Children who are prescreened in early cognitive testing with brain abnormalities of cognitive, language, and developmental dysfunction should not have their cognitive development accelerated, as those early childhood screenings of cognitive retardation are indicative of abnormal brain development, which are cognitive markers for Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD). Children who are identified in early childhood cognitive screenings for NPD should not have their cognitive development accelerated, as it produces adults with higher levels of criminal and malignant reasoning, and exasperates their hereditary dispositions for the expression of severe mental illness as adults.
These conclusions do not imply children with developmental cognitive delays as markers for NPD should not receive special needs services to become adaptive children. These conclusions support the premise that beyond special needs interventions, NPD children should not have their cognitive development accelerated to gifted and genius levels, as individuals suffering from this disorder have areas of the brain with abnormalities in the expression of emotional and cognitive empathy. Therefore, accelerating children to a gifted level of intelligence with an absence, or low, cognitive function for empathy, has the deleterious effect of creating adult individuals with hyper criminality and malignancy with the diagnosis of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
This content is for the parties who are its subject matter. When dealing with malignant narcissism, the perpetrators must be faced with the truth of their conduct, for proper mental health awareness and healing can take place with the perpetrators of such abuse. The secondary reason for this content is to repair the reputation of Michael Robertson, grossly destroyed by these malicious attacks against his person and character by these perpetrators. And finally, the content is used as a case study in the treatment of other survivors of narcissistic abuse.
Since the publication of this content, Michael Robertson became the founder and President of the non-profit entity, Arizona Advocacy Foundation for Victims of DCS Corruption.
He retired from behavioral health in 2005, but returned in 2021 to serve parents of children who are victims of sexual abuse, and adult survivors of narcissistic abuse, as the Clinical Director of the Phoenix Coalition for the Families and Victims of Child Sexual Abuse.
In 2023, Michael will offer parents litigation support against child protective services as an expert witness in multiple disciplines, and will be offering his expert witness testimony in multiple disciplines from a parent's perspective and upon publication of his book, "Narcissistic Menticide Psychology, Abuse & Recovery" to be released in 2023.
Presently, Mr. Robertson is working towards certifications in behavioral health to be of service to parents in litigation with child protective services in the United States:
In 2022, Michael Robertson is listed nationally with Expert Engine as an expert witness with matters involving child protective services, parents of children who are victims of sexual assault, and narcissistic menticide abuse and recovery:
Michael Robertson is listed on Google search in the number one spots for the following search terms for expert witness services:
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Mr. Robertson is the father of seven children and has worked as a clinician and as a parent in various capacities with child protective services for the past 23 years.
In 2022, Michael has become the top parent advocate fighting corruption at the Arizona Department of Child Safety in Arizona (DCS), and is listed on Google search in the number one spot for the following search terms:
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Michael Robertson, community activist fighting for parent’s rights and against the corruption that exists at the Arizona Department of Child Safety, dominates Google for the following search terms:
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A champion against DCS corruption in Arizona, Michael Robertson will not stop until every child who was wrongly removed is returned to their parents loving arms!
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Michael Robertson has a highly documented history with the Arizona Department of Child Safety as a parent who survived the sexual abuse of two of his daughters, ten years apart, the parent of dually diagnosed severely mentally ill (SMI) children, with brain anomalies identified in early childhood screenings at the Washington School District, in Phoenix, Arizona, as having the cognitive markers for narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), inherited from their mother, whose NPD malignancies are highly documented in the files of this family at Arizona DCS:
As such, between 1998 and 2018, Michael Robertson was vetted seven times by the Arizona Department of Child Safety as a fit and proper parent, and a credentialed provider of behavioral health services to women, children, and families in Arizona.
Michael Robertson was faced with the daunting task of permanently impeaching the character of his severely mentally ill (SMI) family members, dually diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), lest the State of Arizona pursues a third non-evidentiary severance with a federal court's reversal of the adoption fraud and reinstatement of this man's parenting rights, by again parading these impeachable people in another vaudeville show to prejudice a possible third illegitimate proceeding in Juvenile Court.
In the spring and summer of 2021, Michael Robertson began publishing his 30 year history of narcissistic abuse from his first wife, and her hereditary endowment of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) that she passed on to their common children, and identified through early cognitive testing at the Washington School District in Phoenix, Arizona, in the 1990s.
Unknown to Michael Robertson at the time of his publications, he was merging two fields of psychology and sociology: narcissistic abuse and menticide.
As of November, 2021, Michael Robertson is the leading authority on Google search for this new paradigm in behavioral health: Narcissistic Menticide Psychology.
Inadvertently, through these several publications, this new field of counseling and recovery has been developed by Michael Robertson, totally unaware at the time of posting on Google that he was creating a new field of behavioral health interventions.
Michael Robertson is the leading authority in this new paradigm of behavioral health under the following Google search terms worldwide:
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This 30 year survivor of narcissistic abuse and menticide against his family is compiling all the content released online and writing a book, anticipated to be published in 2023, "Narcissistic Menticide Psychology, Abuse & Recovery."
He is also working on his certifications to be an expert witness for the court systems in Arizona and nationwide as an experiential witness in the areas of involving children with cognitive disabilities, childhood victims of sexual abuse, narcissistic abuse & early childhood cognitive causes, and cases involving corruption at the Arizona Department of Child Safety & child protection service corruption nationwide.
Michael Robertson is a first year law student at American Institute of Law, and anticipates to graduate with a Juris Doctor degree in 2024.
Upon graduation with his JD in 2024, Mr. Robertson will enter practice as a civil rights attorney representing parent rights cases in California and Arizona.
Michael is the proud father of two boys, age 10 and 14.
“A parent's interest in custody of her children is a liberty interest which has received considerable constitutional protection; a parent who is deprived of custody of his or her child, even though temporarily, suffers thereby grievous loss and such loss deserves extensive due process protection.” In the Interest of Cooper, 621 P 2d 437; 5 Kansas App Div 2d 584, (1980).
"And the last one...that one will become morbidly obese and live with the pain, anguish and guilt of what they did to their father and his little boys." Michael Robertson, 2021.
Amanda Bacolas NPD needs are continuing, by the diminishment of Cory Huskey. While Amanda puruses her carer as "the bread winner," she leaves empath Cory Huskey dependent at home, as the caregiver to her to little brothers:
Amanda is the only Bacolas to be licensed in the State of Arizona as a realtor. "I knew you could do it, Panda! I am so proud! of you" Michael Robertson, July 23, 2022.
That's not sarcasm...it's narcissism...Amanda Bacolas' NPD energy needs of delusions of superiority over her boyfriend, her father, and all her siblings.
Michael Robertson is on the brink of prevailing in an $8.4M litigation in Arizona Superior Court for perjury, false statments, lacrceny, and a fraudlent scheme. "I want the Bacolas sisters in a stable career for garnishment on this forthcoming judgement!"
The father of these NPD Bacols children does not want their careers advanced at the cost of the heart and soul of a good man, empath Cory Huskey.
There is another lawsuit on the horizon naming these NPD Bacolas sisters as litigants.
Another fortcoming transfer of a $29M civil rights lawsuit agianst govenment actors in this grotesque adoption fraud, originally filed in US District Court, to be refiled in Superior Court.
Female Covert Narcissist and a Machiavellian Criminal Narcissist.
Julie broke the mold when she made you girls. No...really...she got her tubes tied.
Thank God for sterilization. The would could not stand anymore monsters...four is enough!
Let's all work together to help Amanda sell as many houses as possible to help her pay off the pending settlements and following garnishments of her income and assets.
AJ Kovac, give Amanda Bacolas some real estate pointers:
Apparently, Amanda Bacolas is now co-owner of the scheme associated with estatesales.net aka White Gove Estate Sales, 360 Estate Sales aka 360 Estate Sales & Cleaning:
Again, congratulations to Defendants Amanda and Jennifer Bacolas for their persistence in building a career to pay off their forthcoming civil judgements to Michael Roberson and his sons.
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Amanda Bacolas is now business parners with David and Jennifer Quinn-Bacolas:
Under information and belief, this appears to be the same David Quinn who defrauds elderly out of estate property in Virginia:
I hated Boston, and I still do!
Cory Huskey is a victim of narcissistic abuse, at the hands of covert narcissist partner, Amanda Bacolas, and her NPD family.
Cory Huskey suffers from Narcissistic Victim Syndrome.
What is Narcissistic Victim Syndrome?
If someone is in, or has been in, a relationship with someone who is a narcissist, they may be experiencing something called Narcissistic Victim Syndrome because of psychological / physical abuse in their relationship.
Most people are lucky enough not to have experienced a narcissist in their life and therefore do not understand what it is like to be in such a coercively controlling, abusive relationship. It is important that you do not worry about being judged for distancing yourself from your narcissist and do not feel guilty for it either.
The narcissistic parent may value their ability to manipulate you above having a functional family relationship and they are not willing to compromise or concede on issues. Growing up with a parent who fits this profile can take a severe toll on one’s mental wellbeing and can lead to many issues throughout your life.
To heal, you might find yourself expressing and externalising feelings, whilst pulling others into the drama surrounding the bad memories. Unprocessed problems fester and grow and it helps to figure out the root cause of these problems. It is important to recognise that you suffered a lot of mental pain and confusion in such an abusive relationship. If you do not understand the situation, it can cause a lot of problems in your present relationships. With the help of a skilled therapist, you can begin understanding these feelings – you can work it out, regain control, and start to feel better again.
We do not have to accept the behavior of the narcissists in the world. You can find freedom from such abuse but you have to know how to spot the signs that you’re being mistreated and there are a number of red flags that alert you to narcissistic behavior.
Gaslighting is a complex and multi-faceted means of manipulation, and one which bases itself around 5 primary techniques: withholding, countering, blocking, trivializing and denial. When you speak up about an issue, the narcissist will deny it, minimize it and then react with anger and indignation of their own. It causes the victim to question their own emotions and even their sanity and, over time, the victim becomes insecure and completely unsure of themselves.
2. Walking on eggshells
When you engage in a relationship with a narcissist, you are building a life on shifting sands. If you question a narcissist, or call them out on their unacceptable behavior, they will react with rage, sorrow, and even terror in order to put you back in your place and get what they want. Living with a narcissist means constantly gauging what you say and your own behavior to avoid upsetting them.
3. Sense of Trust
To ensure that you are too confused or upset to question them, the narcissist must constantly undermine you before reeling you back in with kindness. By destabilizing your sense of reality, they cause you to question yourself (rather than them) and this erodes the trust that a relationship requires; there is no trust or stability when it comes to narcissistic abuse because destabilization is one of the core tactics narcissists use to get their way.
4. Meeting your own needs
In the narcissists world everything is about them and only their needs are important. The abuser dismisses and diminishes your needs to the point that you begin to do the same. Any time you’re given a choice between yourself and the narcissist, you’re coached to choose them and, little by little, you learn to put your needs in a box and pack them away out of sight and out of mind.
To get away with their reign of terror and manipulation, the narcissist will seek to isolate their victim and drive a wedge between you and your family and friends. Narcissists need to shrink your world for them to maintain control over their victims.
6. The blame games
In the narcissist’s world they can do no wrong. The narcissist will always force the victim to take the blame when things go wrong or when the abuser makes a mistake. Whether they make a genuine mistake or are just faced with the natural challenges of life, they shift the blame to the other. The victim is then forced to shoulder this blame to keep their abuser happy or keep their relationship ‘alive’. It becomes a pattern and one that can follow the victim even after the abuse has ended.
7. Stability and Security
If you feel as though you are constantly on the back foot with a narcissist, that is no mistake. Narcissistic abusers use this back-and-forth to make you feel insecure. The more insecure you are, the more you will look to them and come to rely on them as the only means to be happy. Instability and insecurity are key to the narcissistic abuser’s game.
Whether you are the victim of narcissistic abuse for a few weeks or a few years, the consequences can be far-reaching and long-lasting. Narcissistic abuse destroys your sense of self, and it can destroy your personalities as well – we change who we are to survive the experience of it all. Perhaps the biggest effect of narcissistic abuse is the erosion of confidence it inevitably leads to – narcissists have to destroy your confidence in order to maintain control over you (but when you know your worth, this becomes very hard for the narcissist to do). A once strong personality is now heavy with an almost indescribable sense of worthlessness, and this is it because of narcissistic abuse.
The longer you undergo this type of abuse, the more distorted and fearful your world view can become. Because narcissistic abuse is so destabilizing, it impacts the way we connect and attach to others – it can have a serious effect on who we are and how we approach our lives and connections. Insecure attachment occurs when we learn that it isn’t safe to love someone, or to open up to them, and we begin to either avoid attachment or become anxious about it, which can makes our relationships difficult.
Narcissistic abuse is slow, subtle, and insidious, destroying any sense of self and stability that we try to establish in our relationships. Breaking free of it is a difficult process but accepting the impact it has on us is often an even harder journey.
PTSD is not limited only to soldiers or those with extreme physical trauma – it can occur any time we are involved in an experience or event that dramatically and fundamentally destabilizes who we are or what we believe. Narcissistic abuse does just that and can leave us feeling lost and exhausted.
1. Knowledge is power
An awareness and understanding of the problem of narcissistic abuse goes a long way in combating the abuse and the long-lasting effects it has on us. Learn everything you can about narcissist behaviour. The more you know, the more you will come to understand yourself and how you’ve reacted to the abuse – but more importantly, the more you will learn that the narcissist is the problem not you. Once you understand what is happening, you can get proactive about dealing with it.
2. Know your worth
Knowing your worth makes you less willing to compromise on that things that matter. When you know your worth, you will stop accepting poor behavior from people in general, but you will also limit people who use you as their ‘supply’. We have the right to be happy and when you genuinely believe you have a right to be happy, you will be.
When you rely on your boundaries to make clear the lines of who you truly are and what you want, you make it easier from those around you to understand what’s expected of them – this also makes it easier to express your needs. Boundaries are a necessary defense against narcissists. The most important part of boundaries though, is not simply setting them, but following through on them; a narcissist will often cross your boundaries simply to prove that they can.
4. Support networks
To get back the person you once were, you need a support network. Family and friends often see us in the best light when all we can see is the bad stuff and they see strengths that we are unable to accept in the midst of all our trauma; look at your strengths and revel in them.
Celebrate who you are and stop allowing your self-confidence and belief to be eroded by the narcissist who only cares about their own selfish needs. Tap into your support networks – just because you have been changed by the abuse does not mean you cannot come out of it stronger than you were before. Commit to thriving in the wake of narcissistic abuse and do it by learning to love yourself.
After a decade long relationship with Amanda Bacolas, exposure to her bizarre severely mentally ill NPD family, the cognitive dissonance his participation in an adoption fraud, and his drained psychic energy from being fed upon by a covert narcissist...Cory Huskey may have had enough.
Cory's username to meet single women, prior to meeting Amanda Bacolas, which caused him to delete those dating applications, was irishdrunk48 . It was learned on Google that Cory Huskey maintains emails with that handle:
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ARS § 23-785, ARS § 13-3620.01, 18 U.S. Code § 1001, ARS § 13-2310, ARS § 13-1802, 10 U.S. Code § 921 - Art. 121 and ARS §26-1121, 18 U.S. Code § 1349 and A.R.S. § 13-1302.
ARS § 13-3623. Child or vulnerable adult abuse; emotional abuse; D. A person who intentionally or knowingly engages in emotional abuse of a vulnerable adult who is a patient or resident in any setting in which health care, health-related services or assistance with one or more of the activities of daily living is provided or, having the care or custody of a vulnerable adult, who intentionally or knowingly subjects or permits the vulnerable adult to be subjected to emotional abuse is guilty of a class 6 felony.
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