By Meline Kevorkian, Robin D'Antona
Everyone concerned with the care and welfare of kids and teens is faced with the difficulty of bullying, that's one among life's significant pressures dealing with kids. Bullying behaviors create an uncomfortable, threatening, or even adverse atmosphere that make it tricky for kids to learn.
101 evidence approximately Bullying is designed to collapse what the study says approximately bullying and its results, supplying rules for what can and may be performed to reduce or lessen it.
Kevorkian systematically discusses subject matters starting from relational bullying to cyber bullying to media and video violence to the felony ramifications of bullying, debunking fable and uncloaking the proof approximately bullying and its prevention.
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I am using the term borderline psychotic in a wide sense to include the other sub-categories of personality disorder such as compulsive, antisocial paranoid, schizoid and avoidant, and so on. The psychiatric classifiers are, I suppose, uncomfortable with too wide a use of the word psychotic to describe children who are not flagrantly so, partly because the word still has pejorative associations in the lay (and organically-minded psychiatric) mind. To the psychoanalytic psychotherapist, the notion of psychotic elements in the personality, or the evidence of (hopefully brief) instances of psychotic thinking in everyone's life is perfectly ordinary, and so no more pejorative than the label personality disorder.
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101 Facts about Bullying: What Everyone Should Know by Meline Kevorkian, Robin D'Antona