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six symbols of stress

six symbols of stress Pressure will tell you that “it arrives at you”through some subtle signs .Recently,The Huffington .Postin American concluded six signs of pressure. 1.You hear the noises that other people don’t hear.As the research,tinnitus relates with stress.If you are anxious and worried,you will hear the ringing and so on.But others can’t hear . […]

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what makes a person happy

what makes a person happy 1, laugh, make happiness Even if is the mood is very low, you can also try this method. Make a smiley face, keep two minutes. Scientific research has proved that, as long as it is really laugh, try to laugh people will feel happy, too high emotions, feeling will become […]

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Three tips about how to manage your pressure

Three tips about how to manage your pressure Pressure is also called stress, which is a kind of physical and mental stress of the inner feelings. When we face challenges, treat and the gap between our own resources and requirements, it will come about. Pressure comes from lots of changes in our daily lives, such […]

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Prerequisites for targeting child sexual abuse

Prerequisites for targeting child sexual abuse To effectively target an epidemic often requires changes on the part of all members of society, who must buy in to the need for addressing the epidemic. Yet, today’s social milieu is not one in which most Americans will willingly commit to some of the changes in socialization patterns […]

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effective future response to child sexual abuse

effective future response to child sexual abuse All recommendations in the previous section related to changes that could be made within the child protection system. On the other hand, it is generally acknowledged that an effective response to child sexual abuse will require major structural change. As noted earlier, the U.S. Advisory Board on Child […]

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Cultural sensitivity in child sexual abuse

Cultural sensitivity in child sexual abuse This decision was made because child sexual abuse is primarily a gendered problem that crosses all races and ethnicities, as well as all socioeconomic strata. On the other hand, once victims become known to the system, they are subject to institutionalized biases that exist. That professionals react to hypothetical […]

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Education and training for professionals in child sexual abuse

Education and training for professionals in child sexual abuse Another area for consideration is the education and training for professionals working in the area of child sexual abuse, including child protective services workers. While licensing and continuing education have already been implemented in many areas, some consideration needs to be given to the minimum requirements […]

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Decision-making process within child protective services

Decision-making process within child protective services: A corollary concern is how child protective services makes decisions. While certain studies suggest that child protective services workers maintain beliefs that are not empirically supported (Downing et al., 1990; Ryan et al., 1991), we have no information concerning why child protective services workers maintain these beliefs and how […]

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Nonoffending guardians in child sexual abuse

Nonoffending guardians in child sexual abuse Studies have traditionally defined expectations for nonoffending guardians as those placed on them by the system, regardless of whether they were realistic, and then determined whether nonoffending guardians could meet those expectations. As such, quantitative studies on normative responses to abuse disclosure for nonoffending guardians are sorely needed. Funding […]

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Factors contributing to the risk of abuse or risk to offend

Factors contributing to the risk of abuse or risk to offend: This type of research should move beyond a focus on factors within the family related to greater risk of abuse, and instead focus on sociocultural factors related to risk. Studies can be at both the macro and micro level. Macro-level studies can assess factors […]

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