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A Parent's Guide to CyberBullying Advice

Cyber Bullying by guide to cyberbullying Advice. Imagine your child receiving texts or IMs that are mean or spreading awful derogatory pictures or rumors about them. Or think about your child receiving links to pictures, fake profiles, videos or drawings depicting them in a compromising situation. Not bearable, isn’t it? Before finding ways to protect

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Transgenderism In The Modern World

In learning about transgenderism, we are moving from bullying towards acceptance. Like other marginalized youth, transgender and/or gender nonconforming students suffer bullying and harassment at levels higher than their peers. Recent studies highlighted in the article “Peer Violence and Bullying Against Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Youth” (2011) from the National Center for Transgender Equality note

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Changing Beauty Standards

It’s kind of unbelievable how superficial people have become in modern times. Most people consider beauty and physical attraction to be a stable basis for a successful relationships. With this type of mentality, it’s no wonder divorce rates are skyrocketing. It has been proven that loyalty, honesty and open communication are the factors that make

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Physical Abuse in the United Kingdom

Physical abuse can be devastating. The physical scars are a constant reminder of what the individual endured. What many people do not understand is that, even though the abuse is horrendous, the victim will often remain with the abuser. Whether out of fear or misguided loyalty, the victim sometimes adamantly refuses to leave. Many victims

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Spotting a Stalker Today

You do not need to be a celebrity to have a stalker. Many men and women filed for restraining orders that are not celebrities nor even popular. As a matter of fact, more than three million people throughout America reported to be stalked in 2006. With the increase of social media and technology, it is

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Domestic Violence in the United Kingdom

The problem of domestic violence is one that impacts and shapes every society, and the United Kingdom is no exception. What can make the matter different than other countries, however, is how the UK culture deals with the issue and what resources are put in place to address the problem. Domestic Violence Statistics in the

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Why Suicide Chat is Invaluable

Suicide chat is a form of intervention during a precarious thought process a young person goes through as they consider ending their own life. As parents, we don’t like to think of our children as being sad and miserable, but the reality is that teen years can bring much angst. To better understand the vulnerability

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Understanding the Disability Discrimination Act

The UK Disability Discrimination Act was passed to protect individuals with disabilities from being treated unfairly when it came to employment, housing and important life basics. It offers disabled individuals a way to protect their rights through legal action. It also allows them the opportunity to prove themselves as valuable and productive members of society.

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A Parent's Guide to CyberBullying Advice

Cyber Bullying by guide to cyberbullying Advice. Imagine your child receiving texts or IMs that are mean or spreading awful derogatory pictures or rumors about them. Or think about your child receiving links to pictures, fake profiles, videos or drawings depicting them in a compromising situation. Not bearable, isn’t it? Before finding ways to protect

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Abused Women in the United Kingdom

Think about this example of abused women for a moment. In the classic movie, “The Color Purple,” released in 1985, a young Whoopi Goldberg plays the character of Celie. Celie is a poor, uneducated fourteen year-old girl growing up in rural Georgia during the early 20th century. A man who claims to be her father,

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