An article about youth offending from Youth Court Judge John Walker:
"There is a very clear co-relation between exposure to family violence and going on... https://t.co/ZYwUKszAsv
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It is too easy, and simplistic, for communities to view youth offending as evidence of teenagers “gone bad”, of an Read More
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Classic bully behaviour, glorifies acts of violence while being too scared to face up to violence.
In the story, a wealthy, psychologically "delicate" woman (Bella Mallen) has married a suave, debonair, controlling and decidedly creepy continental European (Paul Mallen) and purchased a multistory London apartment where, decades before, a rich old lady had been murdered and the place ransacked; she was known to have had some Read More
Countless studies have shown that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) increase the risk for many difficulties later in life.
One of the best-studied adult outcomes in the context of ACEs is depression. In his recent review, psychologist Richard Liu concluded ACEs make adult depression twice as likely, and more likely to recur. Read More
1. Read a book, watch a movie or TV series
Sometimes when life feels too difficult, we can seek temporary escapes in books, movies, or TV series that are familiar to us. Reading or watching a show that explains every detail about the thinking process, emotions, and situation we are going Read More
Procrastination is best understood as an emotion-focused coping strategy. We use task avoidance to escape negative emotions associated with a task (e.g., frustration, boredom, stress, anxiety). As colleagues have explained so well before, “we give in to feel good,” prioritizing the management of aversive mood states over our goal pursuit.
When Read More
The personality traits that make up the Dark Triad become the core of the toxic personality, in Templer’s view. These include the tendency to exploit others (Machiavellianism), to have little feeling or regard for their fellow human beings (psychopathy), and to seek, to an extreme degree, being the center of Read More
Further, pornography use begets loneliness, and loneliness begets pornography use. Butler, Pereyra, Drap, Leonhardt, and Skinner (2018) in Pornography Use and Loneliness: A Bidirectional Recursive Model and Pilot Investigation surveyed 1,247 participants in English-speaking countries around the world to develop a sophisticated statistical model of how various factors related to Read More
When it comes to tackling heartbreak, Winch adds that there are a number of common traps people fall into.
Here, the author gives his top six tips to avoiding these and start your road to recovery ASAP.
Do NOT check up on them on social media. This will reinforce your ex’s presence Read More
Not surprisingly, most people found ghosting to be an unacceptable way to end a relationship. However, how acceptable people found it to be depended on the type of relationship. In the first study, 28 percent of respondents felt it was acceptable to ghost after just one date, whereas only 4.7 Read More