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Hiding in plain sight – silence is violence

“Perpetrators pursue lines of work that give them direct access to their victims” – My therapist. More often than not, there is a significant powerplay involved in abusive relationships (*non-romantic relationships included). When we come to think of broad examples, a few spring to mind: Priests vs. devotees in faith Movie producers/directors vs. actors Teachers vs.Continue reading “Hiding in plain sight – silence is violence”

Liar, Liar – The Ripple Effect

A study conducted by psychologist Robert S. Feldman, PhD, at the University of Massachusetts published in the most recent Journal of Basic and Applied Social Psychology, found that 60% of people lied at least once during a 10-minute conversation and told an average of two to three lies. Quoting from Health.com, Feldman studies “verbal deception” and explainsContinue reading “Liar, Liar – The Ripple Effect”

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