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    5 Tactics Toxic People Use

    Toxic people engage in maladaptive behaviors in relationships that ultimately exploit, demean and hurt their intimate partners, family members and friends. They use a plethora of diversionary tactics that distort the reality of their victims and deflect responsibility. Although those who are not narcissistic can employ …

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    Emotional Abuse in Early Life = Concentration Issues Later in Life

    Does a history of abuse before the age of 18 affect later capacity to concentrate and stay focused? According to a new study Veterans with a history of physical or sexual abuse or witnessing family violence before the age of 18 have a reduced ability …

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    5 Ways to Teach Your Preschooler About Consent

    An estimated 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys are sexually abused before the age of 18. In fact, the vast majority of reported sexual assaults in this country (approximately 70 percent) involve children who are 17 and younger. Child sexual abuse advocate, founder, and CEO …

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    Are You Living With a Narcissist?

    Is Your Partner a Narcissist? Checklist. Narcissists can be men or women.  When something goes wrong, does your partner blame everyone but himself or herself? Does your partner refuse to be accountable for his or her bad behavior? (For example, “You made me so mad that …

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    Teachers’ duty to report child abuse includes own home

    Teachers and other professionals must report child abuse, even if they learn about it in a setting outside of work, including their own homes, the Washington State Court of Appeals said Tuesday. The court ruled in the case of a Bethel School District middle school …

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    April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

    Did you know? Every year more than 3.6 million referrals are made to child protection agencies involving more than 6.6 million children (a referral can include multiple children). The United States has one of the worst records among industrialized nations – losing on average between …

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    Abuse accelerates puberty

    By Mary Kekatos Scientists say that young girls who are emotionally and physically abused hit puberty eight to 12 months earlier than their non-abused peers. Sexual abuse in particular forces children to physically mature at a faster rate. Premature physical development such as this has …

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    Early Warning Signs of Domestic Abuse

    People that abuse others are masters of manipulation, and generally do not want their abusive behaviors displayed for all to see. The mask worn by these people “draws you in,” they feel so right in the beginning! Behind that mask lies ugliness that has no …

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    Roxi, a therapy dog, helps child victims of abuse

    The Children’s Recovery Center in Myrtle Beach treats 300 children each year who are victims of abuse. Now, the center has a way to make children’s visits a tiny bit easier. Roxy, a certified therapy dog who loves kids, is the newest addition to the …

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    Mental Disorders Linked to Occult Rituals and Involvement, New Study Finds

    When it comes to mental disorders and psychology, occult involvement is an overlooked area.  Typical, in the psychiatric and psychological profession, many mental disorders — like depression and psychopathy — are not ordinarily associated with the occult. Nevertheless, mysticism, spirituality, and religion share some of the main themes …

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