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7th Feb '16 8:02:41 PM nombretomado
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* In ''ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'': The [=McPoyles=] take the gang hostage and Sweet Dee worries about someone developing Stockholm Syndrome, then begins to show signs of it herself. The guys in the gang misunderstand the concept and begin complaining about fever-like symptoms.
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* In ''ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'': ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'': The [=McPoyles=] take the gang hostage and Sweet Dee worries about someone developing Stockholm Syndrome, then begins to show signs of it herself. The guys in the gang misunderstand the concept and begin complaining about fever-like symptoms.
17th Jan '16 9:52:55 AM StFan
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* [[CarlBarks Scrooge McDuck's]] and Glittering Goldie's relationship has elements of this in the Disney comics.
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* [[CarlBarks [[Creator/CarlBarks Scrooge McDuck's]] and Glittering Goldie's relationship has elements of this in the Disney comics.

* [[CarlBarks Scrooge McDuck's]] and Glittering Goldie's relationship has elements PlayedForLaughs in ''ComicStrip/WhatsNewWithPhilAndDixie'' where a village of this in Amazons kidnaps men for reproductive purposes. The men fight to the Disney comics.death against any attempt to rescue them.


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* PlayedForLaughs in ''Webcomic/WhatsNewWithPhilAndDixie'' where a village of Amazons kidnaps men for reproductive purposes. The men fight to the death against any attempt to rescue them.

17th Jan '16 5:49:39 AM moongalleon22
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** WordOfGod claimed at one point that [[LimaSyndrome the feeling was mutual]], and that Otacon and Wolf had at least been friends for a while before FOXHOUND's revolt.
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** WordOfGod claimed at one point that [[LimaSyndrome the feeling was mutual]], and that Otacon and Wolf had at least been friends for a while before FOXHOUND's revolt. This is more obvious in the game's comic adaptation, which actually shows them interacting several times and depicts Wolf as being conflicted between her work and her feelings for Otacon.

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** WordOfGod claimed at one point that [[LimaSyndrome Quiet's affection for Venom Snake in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain'' has shades of this; his refusal to kill her and his attempt to take her back to Mother Base prompts her to change sides, and his kindness to her during her stay causes her to fall in love with him and [[spoiler:completely drop her original mission objective to spy on/sabotage the feeling was mutual]], and that Otacon and Wolf had at least been friends for a while before FOXHOUND's revolt.Diamond Dogs]].
29th Dec '15 9:03:28 PM mymemine
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* ''Series/LawAndOrder'' ** A season 13 episode featured a teenage child abduction victim who was raised to be so dependent on his abductor that he was willing to kill to protect him. The Stockholm Syndrome was so prevalent that the teen was unable to face the reality that his abductor was not his real father, or believe that his real family was still alive. Combined with LimaSyndrome in that the man who abducted him also appeared to care for the teen, despite the lies he raised him with.
15th Dec '15 4:43:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* Appears in ''LiberalCrimeSquad'', ''as a game mechanic''. You can abduct people, and attempt to indoctrinate them in myriad ways (torture, propoganda, psychadelic drugs), but one of the most effective ways is to treat them poorly until they're sufficiently "broken", and then treat them nicely.
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* Appears in ''LiberalCrimeSquad'', ''VideoGame/LiberalCrimeSquad'', ''as a game mechanic''. You can abduct people, and attempt to indoctrinate them in myriad ways (torture, propoganda, psychadelic drugs), but one of the most effective ways is to treat them poorly until they're sufficiently "broken", and then treat them nicely.

* In ''FireEmblemShadowDragon'', Princess Nyna's entire family is slaughtered by Grust/Dohlr, but a well known knight from Grust, Camus, protects her from the same fate. Her narration of the events that followed strongly resemble Stockholm Syndrome. She admits that she first hated him because he was part of the group that killed her family (although not directly responsible) and then during their small time together when she was his country's captive as a political prisoner, she develops very strong romantic feelings for him.
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* In ''FireEmblemShadowDragon'', ''VideoGame/FireEmblemShadowDragon'', Princess Nyna's entire family is slaughtered by Grust/Dohlr, but a well known knight from Grust, Camus, protects her from the same fate. Her narration of the events that followed strongly resemble Stockholm Syndrome. She admits that she first hated him because he was part of the group that killed her family (although not directly responsible) and then during their small time together when she was his country's captive as a political prisoner, she develops very strong romantic feelings for him.
27th Nov '15 11:27:00 PM MAI742
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* People in abusive relationships will often develop paradoxical attachments to their abusers, believing that their actions are provoking the abuse and that they deserve it, or that the abuse is just another way of expressing affection, or that the abuser is the only one capable of loving them. The abuser will constantly reinforce these beliefs and will attempt to isolate the victim from anyone who might point out the fallacy of this reasoning. "The cycle of abuse" often begins with an abusive parent-child relationship, where the victim never learns to distinguish affection from abuse because they always occur together. Because the victim has no frame of reference for healthy relationships, they are more likely to end up with an abusive partner as an adult and are less likely to be able to raise their own children to recognize and respond to abuse...setting the next generation up to follow the same path.
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* People in abusive relationships will often develop paradoxical attachments to their abusers, believing that their actions are provoking the abuse and that they deserve it, or that the abuse is just another way of expressing affection, or that the abuser is the only one capable of loving them. The abuser will constantly reinforce these beliefs and will attempt to isolate the victim from anyone who might point out the fallacy of this reasoning. "The cycle of abuse" often begins with an abusive parent-child relationship, where the victim never learns to distinguish affection from abuse because they always occur together. Because the victim has no frame of reference for healthy relationships, they are more likely to end up with an abusive partner as an adult and are less likely to be able to raise their own children to recognize and respond to abuse...setting up to a quarter of the next generation up to follow the same path.path. Though we should stress, most do realise just how screwed-up their upbringings were and try to move past them. Whether or not they feel able to raise kids of their own without screwing them up too is another matter.
2nd Nov '15 4:48:10 PM killikim
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* In ''Manga/RealAccount'' a guy torments Yuuma (one of the DualProtagonists) in his own FoeYay twisted for for love for most of the second part. Yuuma later snaps[[spoiler: or has a SplitPersonality]] and beats him up both [[MindRape psychologically]] and with his fists, and one [[SympathyForTheDevil almost feel sorry]] for the guy as he cries for his mother[[spoiler: who committed {{suicide}}]]. Later as a gang comes to kill Yuuma, the guy comes along and seemingly has fallen in love with him even more. [[spoiler: Even Yuuma's SuperpoweredEvilSide is {{squick}}ed [[EvenEvilHasStandards out by this]]]].
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* In ''Manga/RealAccount'' a guy torments Yuuma (one of the DualProtagonists) Dual Protagonists) in his own FoeYay twisted for for love for most of the second part. Yuuma later snaps[[spoiler: or has a SplitPersonality]] and beats him up both [[MindRape psychologically]] and with his fists, and one [[SympathyForTheDevil almost feel sorry]] for the guy as he cries for his mother[[spoiler: who committed {{suicide}}]]. Later as a gang comes to kill Yuuma, the guy comes along and seemingly has fallen in love with him even more. [[spoiler: Even Yuuma's SuperpoweredEvilSide is {{squick}}ed [[EvenEvilHasStandards out by this]]]].
2nd Nov '15 4:46:36 PM killikim
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* In ''Manga/RealAccount'' a guy torments Yuuma (one of the DualProtagonists) in his own FoeYay twisted for for love for most of the second part. Yuuma later snaps[[spoiler: or has a SplitPersonality]] and beats him up both [[MindRape psychologically]] and with his fists, and one [[SympathyForTheDevil almost feel sorry]] for the guy as he cries for his mother[[spoiler: who committed {{suicide}}]]. Later as a gang comes to kill Yuuma, the guy comes along and seemingly has fallen in love with him even more. [[spoiler: Even Yuuma's SuperpoweredEvilSide is {{squick}}ed [[EvenEvilHasStandards out by this]]]].
17th Oct '15 4:16:22 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[PoliceQuest S.W.A.T. 2]]'' allows the player to engage in Stockholm-generating tactics in the terrorist campaign as a way of temporarily delaying S.W.A.T. and potentially adding to their personnel pool.
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* ''[[PoliceQuest ''[[VideoGame/PoliceQuest S.W.A.T. 2]]'' allows the player to engage in Stockholm-generating tactics in the terrorist campaign as a way of temporarily delaying S.W.A.T. and potentially adding to their personnel pool.
16th Oct '15 7:51:12 AM Komikron
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* In ''Anime/StarDriver'', Sakana-chan has (probably) been kidnapped by Kiraboshi before the beginning of the series and is locked up in a cage in their leader Head's house after her maiden seal is destroyed, forced to tell stories to him and sing. She eventually gets set free and leaves Southern Cross Island, but not before mentioning that she never fought back against her imprisonment because she was in love with Head. According to her assumptions and WordOfGod, [[LimaSyndrome Head was also in love with her]].
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