Children with Autism More Likely to be Bullied at Home and at School, ...

Children with autism often experience difficulties integrating with the people around them due, causing them to become victims of bullying in school and even at home.

Jul 23

Categories: Autism spectrum disorders, Bullying

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Teens 'Mocked' by Their Parents are at Greater Risk for Bullying, ...

Constant rejection and hostility from parents can lead to emotional regulation issues in children, which may turn into anger problems when they become adolescents. Dysregulated anger due to poor parenting makes it difficult for teenagers to interact ...

Jul 12

Categories: Bullying, Parenting

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To what extent is it Emotional Abuse?

This article helps us identify what is deemed as emotional abuse, when and how is an action or situation a form of emotional abuse.

Sep 25

Categories: Adult psychological development, Bullying, Emotional Abuse, ...

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When monsters are protected

Why were the perpetrators in the Abu Ghraib scandal protected?

Aug 13

Categories: Aggression & Violence, Bullying, Prejudice / Discrimination, ...

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Young Cyberbullying Victims are Twice at Risk of Self-Harm

A new study has found that cyberbullying victims under the age of 25 have more than twice the likelihood to self-harm and attempt suicide, compared to non-victims.

Aug 22

Categories: Bullying

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3 Reasons Why "13 Reasons Why" Isn't Getting It Right

The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" follows high-school student Hannah Baker, who commits suicide and leaves behind cassette tapes that explain 13 reasons she took her own life. The show has garnered mass attention amongst teens, but not necessarily ...

May 16

Categories: Bullying, Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Depression, Suicide ...

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1 in 5 Children Experience Something WORSE Than Parental Abuse

More often than not, our mental health as an adult is linked to our childhood experiences. New research has shown that a significant number of children experience something worse than parental abuse.

Apr 6

Categories: Abuse / Abuse Survivor Issues, Bullying, Mental Health in Asia

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The Trump Effect on Mental Well-being

What is Donald Trump doing to Americans' mental health? It came up in the debate Sunday night, when Hillary Clinton pointed to a "Trump effect," an uptick in bullying and distress that teachers are noticing in classrooms as their students are ...

Nov 4

Categories: Bullying

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A laughing crowd affects how your brain responds to insults

We usually think of laughter as a sound of joy and mirth, but in certain contexts, such as when it accompanies an insult, it takes on a negative meaning, signaling contempt and derision, especially in a group situation. Most of us probably know from ...

May 4

Categories: Bullying

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New intervention program reduces bullying in early childhood

A relatively short intervention program recently developed by researchers at the University at Buffalo can lead to significant reductions in some of these behaviors.

Mar 15

Categories: Bullying, Child and/or Adolescent Issues

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Why Do The Bad Guys Always Seem To Win?

From corrupt leaders, to successful bullies and criminals (and even terrorists), why does it always seem that the bad guys come out on top?

Nov 21

Categories: Bullying

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Child bullying victims still suffering at 50

Children who are bullied can still experience negative effects on their physical and mental health more than 40 years later, say researchers from King's College London. Their study tracked 7,771 children born in 1958 from the age of seven until 50.

Apr 23

Categories: Bullying

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Bullies and Victims at Risk of Mental Health Illnesses

For young children and adolescents, bullying can be a norm at school. Children who face bullying can suffer mental health illnesses especially if they do not seek help. Not only are victims of bullying at risk, a new study is reporting that bullies ...

Jan 21

Categories: Bullying, Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Child Development

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Sibling bullying: What's the big deal?

Sibling bullying is a type of violence that is prevalent in the lives of most children, but little is known about it, researchers say. Clemson University psychology professor Robin Kowalski said the phenomenon has been overlooked. Kowalski and and ...

Sep 25

Categories: Bullying

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What are the risks of student cyberbullying?

Stacey Kite, Robert Gable and Lawrence Filippelli of the Johnson & Wales University, in Providence, Rhode Island, USA, surveyed more than 4200 students about their knowledge of potential risks, appropriate use, and their behaviors on the internet ...

Sep 7

Categories: Bullying, Child Development

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