Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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Psychological Horrors of Six-Year War on Syrian Children

BREAKING: New Study Documents Psychological Horrors of Six-Year War on Syrian Children https://t.co/gdmqai1qng #SaveSyriasChildren pic.twitter.com/d6TczmmoDi — Save the Children US (@SavetheChildren) March 6, 2017 Save the Children and its Syrian partners interviewed more than 450 children, adolescents and adults across seven regions in Syria for "Invisible Wounds," the largest and most comprehensive

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APA: Link between child pornography and child sexual abuse

http://www.apa.org/monitor/2009/12/child-abuse.aspx Clinical psychologists Michael Bourke, PhD, and Andres Hernandez, PsyD, have been making waves in the psychology and law enforcement communities with the recent release of a paper suggesting that men charged with Internet child pornography offenses and those who commit hands-on child sex offenses are, in many cases, one and

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The Myth of Consent

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/the-conversation-we-need-to-have-about-milo-child_us_58ace71ae4b0598627a55e41 I’m not interested in parsing what the word “pedophilia” means, and whether Yiannopoulos was advocating it or not. I am interested in discussing child sexual abuse, which his remarks clearly described, and I am interested in talking about consent, which children cannot legally or meaningfully give to adults for sex

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How a Narcissist Projects Their Identity on Others

Projective Identification: How a Narcissist Projects Their Identity on Othershttps://t.co/yZGAgjn8hY — PsychCentral (@PsychCentral) January 22, 2017 But something seemed a bit off about her as she was too put together and completely lacked the usual anxious reaction that corresponds with living with a narcissist. Her appearance was immaculate, her mannerism was guarded,

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Social media may be hurting your mental health

Find yourself checking social media multiple times a day? It may be hurting your mental health: https://t.co/4cZoaXs5zy pic.twitter.com/paVCXdMtwK— Cleveland Clinic (@ClevelandClinic) January 16, 2017 1. Social media use can cause feelings of diminished self-worth On social media, people tend to show off only the best parts or moments of their lives. Dr. Bea

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