Category Archives: Bullying

Trauma: How We’ve Created a Nation Addicted to Shopping, Work, Drugs and Sex

Excellent interview on education, addiction, ADHD, and child rearing. Link to full interview: http://www.alternet.org/world/149325/trauma%3A_how_we%27ve_created_a_nation_addicted_to_shopping%2C_work%2C_drugs_and_sex/?page=entire AMY GOODMAN: Dr. Maté, there’s a whole debate about education in the United States right now. How does this fit in? DR. GABOR MATÉ: Well, you … Continue reading

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Is your daughter a self-loathing ‘body bully’?

What are we doing to our daughters? When is all this consumerism and the hypnosis of social conditioning going to end? Is your daughter a self-loathing ‘body bully’? ‘Good Girls Don’t Get Fat’ spells out how to help girls break … Continue reading

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Middle School or the TV Show Survivor- Which is More Cutthroat?

Middle School or the TV Show Survivor- Which is More Cutthroat? According to Erik Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development, adolescence is a time in which teens are faced with identity issues and are constantly trying to figure out who they … Continue reading

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Bullying is Bullying

If we rationalize our political prejudices and allow in-groups to bully out-groups, or the “strong” to bully the weak, we tacitly encourage the reproduction of hatred, violence, ethnocentrism, ignorance, misogyny,intolerance, and malignant narcissism. In Efforts to End Bullying, Some See … Continue reading

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