Nowadays considered as a disorder, anxiety has got its evolutionary roots back in the earliest beginnings of human evolution. Humans needed it to survive in the harsh and unpredictable environment they lived in.
Many people don’t realize that they’re confronting someone who is an emotionally abusive person. These people tend to hide their true identities and are able to charm the people that they’re not actively abusing. It’s important to know the behaviors of someone who is emotionally abusive. Psychologists have put together the top behaviors that reveal someone to be an emotional abuser.
Bullying is as old as humanity and rises from a single primordial source: fear. Fear is a common emotion for everyone and everyone deals with their own fear in different ways. Some ways are healthy and rational and some are destructive and harmful. A bully, at heart, is afraid. They are insecure in their feelings about themselves and… Continue reading 8 Hidden Behaviors Of A Bully
Family, domestic and sexual violence is a major health and welfare issue. It occurs across all ages, socioeconomic and demographic groups but mainly affects women and children. Indigenous women, young women and pregnant women are particularly at risk. This report explores the extent, impact and cost of family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia, and looks at what could be done to fill important data gaps.
If you or someone you know has a problem with drugs or alcohol, or both, then drug and alcohol rehabilitation services can help. They offer a range of treatments, including counselling, which means you don’t have to do it alone.
Help a Friend or Family Member Are you concerned that someone you care about is experiencing abuse?
Domestic violence, or family violence, is violent, abusive or intimidating behaviour in a relationship. There are many types of domestic violence, including social, physical, sexual and emotional. If you’re being subjected to domestic violence, there are a number of organisations that can offer you help and support.
A litany of desperate people were discovered as Paula Luethen knocked on their doors in the northern suburbs. Saddened but not surprised, the MP reveals what horrors she heard and how she wants to fix them.
Healing Through Love have decided to support the work of Catherine House in 2018 by committing to raising funds to help the expansion of their Emergency Program. The expansion of the program will see an increase from 16 beds to 20 bed services.
Catherine House provides supported accommodation services to women experiencing homelessness in South Australia, who are 18 years and older, and unaccompanied by children.