Lisa Dixon-Wells, bullying prevention expert, on bullying behavior: how it starts, where it leads, how to stop it.
You are here: Home / Archives for family violence
Filed Under: Emotional Intelligence, Featured Content, The Good Life Tagged With: aggression, bully behavior, bullying, bullying expert, bullying in schools, bullying prevention, bullying profile, bullying survivors, bullying victims, children's mental health, competitive world view, cycle of violence, Dare to Care, definition bullying, domestic violence, education, entitlement, escalation, family violence, Fighting, gender roles, gender stereotypes, gossiping, harrassment, isolation, Lisa Dixon-Wells, manipulation, maternity ward, mother and father, name-calling, narcissistic children, Parenthood, parenting, parents, parents and schools, parents of bullies, personality disorders in children, power, powerlessness, schools, self-esteem, spreading rumors, teaching compassion, teaching empathy, teasing, true bullies, where bullying starts
Filed Under: On Rape and Sexual Violence Tagged With: actor, addiction, aggression, Billy Batz, bullying, california, comedian, crimes against men, cycle of abuse, cycle of violence, Families, family violence, foster care, gang violence, group homes, Jeffrey Leving, male abuse, Male Abuse Awareness Week, male stereotypes, male victims, male victims of domestic violence, male victims of sexual abuse, man code, masculinity, murder, neglect, New York, P. Luna Foundation, Petra Luna, powerlessness, prison rape, radio personality, rage, statistics, suicide, suicide attempts, survivors of abuse, Van Nuys, violence
‘Leave your father alone when he comes home from work’ is a warning most boys find hard to heed. Rick Belden was no exception.
Filed Under: Emotional Intelligence, Featured Content, The Good Life Tagged With: abuse, anger, Anger Management, angry man, brothers, Carl Jung, childhood, Dad comes home from work, disappointments, emotional intelligence, Families, family violence, father, father wound, father's anger, father-son relationship, fathers, grief, guilt, healing, house rules, living through your son, male anger, masculine healing, masculine psychology, Men's Issues, mom's rules, psychology, Robert Bly, shame, The Good Life, Work, wounded man
Welcome to Belen, where the poorest of the poor float for half the year on the floodplains of the Amazon.
Filed Under: Ethics & Values, Featured Content, Green Politics, Mentoring and Volunteering, The Good Life Tagged With: Adam Frange, alcoholism, Amazon, Amazon River, Belen, Bethlehem, Bola Roja Clown Doctors, broken windows theory, Capital of the Amazon, children, clown doctors, Community Health Council, community violence, criminology, Doctors, domestic violence, environment, family violence, flooding, Gesundheit! Institute, Global Warming, government, holistic health, Hurricane Katrina, Iquitos, isolation, jungle, La Red por Belen, Latin America, literacy, malnourishment, medical mission, mental health, mission, mosquito-borne disease, non-profits, nonviolence, Parenthood, Patch Adams, Peru, play, poverty, public health, public services, safety net, service mission, sociology, STDs, teen pregnancy, The Network for Belen, Third World, University of Washington, Venice, violence, volunteering, waste management