Saturday, September 22, 2018
Supporting Men > Psychology

Not only will she not be humiliated – she will humiliate him.

https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2018/sep/19/donald-trump-mushroom-acceptable-to-laugh But enough of him (and little him), let’s look at Stormy Daniels herself. I am currently listening to a podcast (so zeitgeisty, me) called Slow Burn, which examines the Bill Clinton impeachment scandal. Now, if anyone out there needs a reminder in how women accused of having affairs with male

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Anxiety and temporary memory loss

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/ritual-and-the-brain/201804/why-your-brain-stress-fails-learn-properly You try to brush it off, but to no avail. Sitting with pencil in hand, you turn over the page of the exam booklet. You read over the first few questions. It happens: all the knowledge you thought you had up your head magically vanishes from your mental repository. There’s

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Time to address their own failings in the relationship

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/emotional-fitness/201702/be-responsible-your-relationships If you don’t accept responsibility for your relationships, and you are unhappy in one or more, look to yourself first. It’s very easy to blame someone else for your uncomfortable feelings, so be sure to look at how you may have contributed to whatever is upsetting you at the moment. All

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#Mental #Abuse #Hurts #Children #Physical #Abuse

Scientific literature has described psychological abuse over two-and-a-half decades ago, yet MacMillan states that it has remained under-recognized and under-reported and that the impact of psychological child abuse "can be as harmful as other types of maltreatment." Psychological maltreatment has an impact on the development of children. Psychological abuse is therefore

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Passion is a strange way to describe work

https://medium.com/@JessicaLexicus/the-dangerous-myths-of-passion-e22546deb454 A hundred years ago, people considered it a dangerous feeling. They were right. When I hear the word “passion,” I imagine two people ripping each other’s clothes off and making furious love in a skyrise. Giving up everything for each other. Making rash decisions, even self-destructive ones, for a fleeting

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41 per cent of Kiwi millennials reported feeling lonely

https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/106067316/the-lonely-millennials-young-kiwis-say-they-struggle-to-make-friends Aislabie previously tried to meet new people using the "BFF" function on the dating app Bumble, but had only made a few friends this way. And it appears she and Worboys aren't alone in their loneliness. Experts say spending hours scrolling through Facebook and Instagram was making young adults feel more connected,

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PTSD in older adults

http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/special-reports/ptsd-late-life/page/0/1 Although most psychosocial interventions are similar to those used in PTSD treatment with younger adults (eg, education about symptoms, enhancement of social support, coping tools to more effectively manage symptoms), some specific concerns should be considered when working with older traumatized adults. First, it is crucial to consider older adults’

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