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What is sexual harassment?

What is sexual harassment? | Abuse and violence | ReachOut Australia Sexual harassment can include someone: touching, grabbing or making other physical contact with you…

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Posted in Sexual Abuse

Guilt and Shame Associated with Sexual Abuse

Guilt and Shame Resulting from Sexual Abuse (angelfire.com) Sexual abuse can be a very traumatic and painful experience. Shame and guilt are emotions that most…

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Posted in Sexual Abuse

Increased Sexual Risks In Adults Over 45

Childhood sexual abuse of boys often leads to relationship breakdowns in later life with a difficulty forming new stable relationships. Researchers Find Increased Sexual Risks…

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Posted in Psychology

Looks like narcissism but it might be trauma

Are You Being Gaslighted By a Narcissist? | Psychology Today Your gaslighter may have personality traits, or a personality disorder, which is not narcissism but which stems from…

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Posted in Abuse Sexual Abuse

Childhood sexual abuse of boys increases risk of suicide

Suicidal behavior and associated factors in sexually abused adolescents – ScienceDirect It has been found that in cases exposed to sexual abuse, suicidal ideation developed…

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Posted in Personal Growth

For growth we need time alone and with others

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/11/201119124628.htm Time alone is reflected in people’s thoughts as an opportunity to think about past experiences and future plans, to relax from the stress of…

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Posted in Better Blokes

Male childhood abuse gets worse during Covid-19

Childhood sexual abuse (CSA) has increased during the COVID-19 crisis, in both online and offline worlds. Yet its identification through the child protection system remains…

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Peer to Peer Support
Posted in Peer Support

Peer to peer support even works for business growth

https://bdaily.co.uk/articles/2020/11/17/business-owners-relied-on-peer-to-peer-support-during-covid-19-lockdown-research-finds Kevin Brent, founder and managing director of BizSmart, explained: “According to research peer-to-peer business support enables businesses to advance growth by two to three…

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Posted in Culture Denial

Conspiracy theorists: people who exhibit high levels of distrust, are most likely to believe false information.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/social-instincts/202011/the-one-trait-conspiracy-theorists-have-in-common “We find that demographic and economic characteristics of individuals are poor predictors of whether they are more likely to believe false narratives,” state the…

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Posted in Psychology

Black and White Thinking Can Affect Your Health

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/health-and-human-nature/202011/black-and-white-thinking-can-affect-your-health Dichotomous thinking is seeing things, situations, relationships, and experiences, as either good or bad. Often this leads to people thinking either they have succeeded…

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