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Toddler Sense of Justice

At the NY Times, Sindya N. Bhanoo notes some cool research on young children’s sense of fairness.

“Children as young as age 3 will intervene on behalf of a victim, … 197 more words

5 Things I Learned Committing A Campus Sexual Assault | Cracked.com

I’m glad they’re writing about this. We need better solutions and not empty rhetoric or punishment. Even as a survivor of more instances than I can remember I can understand this is so much more conplex and that the solution needs to dig deeper. 136 more words

Trauma

What Should We be Learning from the Duggar Situation? – Part 5

Our world is filled with gadgets that have been born out of tragedy. Seat belts. Smoke alarms. Safety scissors. Life jackets. Sun screen.  House alarms. Each of these items is designed to protect us and keep us safe. 876 more words

Week 12 - Finding Nuggets of Gratitude When Life Happens


WOW!😱 I think you would agree… What a horridly horrific image!!!!!😣

I first saw it a few weeks ago on a blog post of a precious friend. 409 more words

Gratitude

On the Accountability Process.

I have been on a painstaking quest for resources regarding accountability processes. Everyone, from my therapist/doctor to friends and acquaintances have suggested that I do my best to move forward with my life. 240 more words

This is Katrin Kuhla from Germany!

I am Katrin Kuhla from Germany, Bavaria (the Oktoberfest region).
In our project I am the consortium leader. That means that I coordinate the whole project and I am responsible for the money issues with our donor (the EU). 225 more words

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