Learn the simple hand signal that can prevent violence during quarantine
Guest Editor Rev. Dr. Barbara Welch talks about "Existential Shame", substance abuse, and the world of local churches Research Associate’s Note: As part of our new PANDEMIC section, we are continuing to reflect on how helping institutions, particularly the Church, can be present to meet people’s needs in a time of fear, stress, and isolation. … Continue reading PANDEMIC EDITION: Pastors, Is Your Church Safe for Survivors of Abuse?
The United Nations confirms what we always suspected: Domestic Violence Is The Most Common Killer Of Women Around The World — Read on m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5bfbf61ee4b0eb6d931142ac/amp "Geographically, Asia had the most female homicides (20,000) perpetrated by intimate partners or family members in 2017, followed by Africa (19,000), North and South America (8,000), Europe (3,000) and Oceania (300). … Continue reading WOMEN ARE PREY ANIMALS UNDER PATRIARCHY: Domestic Violence Is The Most Common Killer Of Women Around The World
Activist Greta Thunberg's fierce, outraged speech at the UN Climate event this week showed the POWER and GLORY of a plain-speaking child addressing a gaggle of naked Emperors. Without a profane word or a footnote, a prevarication or stumble, she articulated the world's unwillingness to address our mass extinction event. Brava, Greta! You are speaking … Continue reading The Niceness Trap
Do you need help? What kind? Recent studies suggest that matching the circumstances of the client to those of the therapist has a big impact on the success of therapeutic models of help. That is, a black teen will get better results when her therapist is black; a lesbian will do better with a lesbian … Continue reading GIRLS: Are You OK?