'Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath' Examines Parental Abandonment, Severing Family Ties - 2017-10-17

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F117.png 'Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath' Examines Parental Abandonment, Severing Family Ties October 17, 2017, Jean Bentley, Hollywood Reporter

The seventh episode of Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath delved deeper into the view of family in Scientology, particularly when it comes to the members of the Church's Sea Organization.

Explained Remini's partner, former Scientology spokesperson Mike Rinder, "Family, in the Sea Org, is something that is given lip service but isn't considered to be important. If you are married, you're unmarried, if you have kids, if you don't, if your parents are dead, if they're alive, all of that is completely irrelevant to are you doing your job in the Sea Organization? Are you doing the greatest good and absolutely nothing else?"

Remini described Scientology's eight dynamics, which separates a person's life into eight parts, including self, family, groups/job, mankind, living things, infinity/God. In making any life decision, a Scientologist will consider what will do the greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics.

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{{cite news | author = Jean Bentley | title = 'Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath' Examines Parental Abandonment, Severing Family Ties | url = http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/leah-remini-scientology-aftermath-examines-parental-abandonment-1049895 | work = Hollywood Reporter | date = October 17, 2017 | accessdate = October 18, 2017 }}