So sure, they’ll go on some lovely dates, and have a jolly good time, but more often than not drop into conversation a few little doozy comments like “gosh I’m enjoying being single,” or “I’m really not ready for the whole relationship thing yet.”.
Bipolar You addresses the challenges faced by young adults trying to deal with the realities of living with this disorder.
Using a nationally representative survey of 50,212 children between the ages of 0 and 17, the researchers looked at the answer to two yes-or-no questions that were posed to parents, namely 1) Does your child have current diagnosis of ADHD, depression or an anxiety disorder?
Plan International UK, a children’s charity that led the push for a period emoji, hopes the symbol will end the “shame around periods” by helping girls open up about their monthly cycle. Plan International UK initially created five designs for the emoji in 2017 and asked the public to vote on them.
Extra hours, same money According to a recent study by Dr Heejung Chung from the University of Kent working with Dr Mariska van der Horst from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, mothers who have a flexible working arrangement known as 'schedule control' in a part-time role work an average 20 minutes unpaid overtime per week.
If you know somebody who’s lost a family member to suicide, and you don’t want to treat them in ways that make them feel shamed or stigmatised, imagine instead that their loved one died of cancer or in a car crash, and try to act as you would in that scenario: Offer compassion, be present, and allow them to process the loss in whatever way makes sense to them.
*Sam received a shocking text from an unknown number informing her not only did her boyfriend of two years have a fiancée, but he was HIV positive.
HIV and AIDS not only have severe physical health consequences but the majority of individuals affected by the debilitating disorder struggle with the psychological stress of their diagnosis, fueled by stigma, discrimination, anxiety, despair, and confusion.
As recounted by psychologist and researcher Patrick Corrigan in The Stigma Effect, a longitudinal study he and others conducted found that schizophrenia operates by a rough rule of thirds: Around one-third of people with the diagnosis seem to recover after receiving intensive short-term care.
Indeed, the field of child sexual abuse prevention is clearly moving toward work with individuals with an attraction to prepubescent children who don’t act on their attraction.