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Emo-Phobic Why I Bully YOU

Michael Harrell ·
When we are Emotion Phobic / Emo-phobic we do not see trauma or child abuse and avoid being trauma-informed. And this implies we are afraid and avoid our very self. And this is why change is so slow. The black sheep of the family gets picked on for this reason and in schools the administration who may well be Emo-Phobic let bullies have their way with little intervention. Bullies bully to avoid their own pain and this applies to every strata and occupation in society Why I Bully You ...
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Emotional Well-Being and Coping During COVID-19 [psychiatry.ucsf.edu]

From Weill Institute for Neurosciences, UCSF, May 2020 These are unprecedented times. We need to work extra hard to manage our emotions well. Expect to have a lot of mixed feelings. Naturally we feel anxiety, and maybe waves of panic, particularly when seeing new headlines. A recent article by stress scientist and Vice Chair of Adult Psychology Elissa Epel, PhD, outlines the psychology behind the COVID-19 panic response and how we can try to make the best of this situation. Our anxiety is...
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When Hidden Grief Gets Triggered During COVID-19 Confinement

Tian Dayton ·
first published by The Meadows 4/15/20 Our sense of loss during the current COVID-19 crisis can trigger hidden emotions from when we experienced a sense of loss before. Whatever early losses you have had in your life — whether they be your own divorce, your parents, or both, or the abandonment of one parent, a childhood or parental illness or death, financial upheaval, constant moving around, or growing up with parental addiction or adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) — they are likely to...
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