The Ministry is leading the funding and development of services to support male survivors of sexual abuse and their support networks. In 2015, the Social Services Committee and the Law Commission identified that victims/survivors and perpetrators of sexual violence were not receiving the services that they need, because: there was
praising celebrity’s can be distressing for victims.
Lack of predictabilityFeeling that you don’t have enough information to make accurate predictions can cause your anxiety to rise. One way to counteract the lack of predictability is to get more information. For example, if you’re experiencing fear of the unknown related to a new school or neighborhood, you might
There are fascinating psychological phenomena observable in many parking lots. In countries or cities with high levels of congestion, quiet carparks are symbolic of rural or suburban bliss, and therefore finding an empty parking space (or, at best, one without spaces around) is an interesting sport. It is also a
She’s now broken her silence so that others will know help is always available. Sarah suffered sexual assault as a child. She’s now broken her silence so that others will know help is always available.
lonely individuals had a 26% higher risk of dying. This figure rose to 32% if they lived alone. https://www.forbes.com/sites/neilhowe/2019/05/03/millennials-and-the-loneliness-epidemic/?sh=6ca0aeda7676 Healthcare tech entrepreneur Will Wright shares the strong impact that loneliness has on our health, and proposes a novel idea for how we can easily connect with others and combat its
https://www.acc.co.nz/newsroom/stories/ngai-tahu-and-acc-to-build-new-central-city-dunedin-acc-office/ Ngāi Tahu Property and ACC today signed an agreement to build a new state-of-the-art ACC office building in Ōtepoti Dunedin. Construction is set to get underway in 2021 at the site of the Dowling Street Carpark. The building, which is a 50:50 joint venture between Ngāi Tahu Property and
Click to access executive-summary-now-we-are-8.pdf “Extraordinary things emerge from following thousands of ordinary lives” – adapted from Helen Pearson (The Life Project) The Now We Are Eight Report continues the series of “Now We Are” reports, adding child-centred descriptive information about the cohort children’s wellbeing and development in middle childhood, in