Monday, November 19, 2018
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Victim Shaming

"It was never about evidence, it was about prejudicing the jury". Lindsay Armstrong's mum speaks about her daughter having to hold her pants up in court during her rape trial and read what was written on them: little devil. Lindsay killed herself 2 weeks later #ThisIsNotConsent https://t.co/AqgOycNlns— Rape Crisis

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Supplying ecstasy, stupefying and sexually violating a woman.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/108627964/Trio-charged-with-drugging-and-sexual-assault-relating-to-a-Christchurch-bar The 36-year-old man was charged with supplying MDMA (ecstasy), stupefying and sexually violating a woman. The 34-year-old faced two charges of sexually violating the same woman, while the 33-year-old was charged with sexual violation, supplying ecstasy, stupefying, making an intimate visual recording, and possession of an objectionable publication. Judge David Saunders

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CBT best choice of psychotherapy for anxiety disorders in children

Group cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) appears to be the best choice of psychotherapy for anxiety disorders in children and adolescents, according to a network meta-analysis of 11 different therapies. As many as 20% of children and adolescents will experience anxiety disorders, researchers say, and psychological treatments such as CBT are commonly used. There

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Facebook: a gathering place for strangers sharing their deepest secrets

https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2018/10/facebook-emotional-support-groups/572941/ It’s not surprising, then, that Facebook has turned into a gathering place for strangers sharing their deepest secrets. Emotional-support groups have sprung up around topics broad and narrow: diabetes, addiction, egg donation, a specific birth-control device now pulled from the U.S. market, parenting children who might grow up to be

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Behavioral Consequences of Trauma Could be Reversed

https://www.whatisepigenetics.com/inherited-epigenetic-and-behavioral-consequences-of-trauma-could-be-reversed/?fbclid=IwAR2cgG63Fi2pvQyVP2ZL0UaWo-yfeT_yX6HgCLpkrql-Qp_4sotaQtloMLc It’s possible that the impact of traumatic experiences may be epigenetically inherited via molecular memory that is passed down through generations. Although still controversial, new research takes this concept a step further and demonstrates that traumatic behavior could be reversed when it would otherwise be inherited. A study, published in

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