Category Archives: Incest

A Life of Everlasting Lockdowns Under Biden?

Death and Lockdowns What Could Go Wrong? Update: One cannot understand the debate over lockdowns without considering the $trillions of bailout dollars being transferred to state governments under the name of COVID relief. It is well known that lockdowns destroy … Continue reading

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Toxic Secrets: The Profound Burden on Physical and Mental Health

When people feel forced to keep dark secrets from people they care about, they carry a painful burden of guilt and shame. This can make them feel cut off and isolated emotionally from loved ones, and often keeps them from … Continue reading

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Don’t Belittle Those You Will Have a Use For

What is belittling?  Belittling is the intentional act of making another feel worthless, empty, and dismissed.  It is one of many forms of psychological and emotional abuse.  Belittling another often creates a personal emptiness and void.  It can create a … Continue reading

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Lockdowns are Destroying a Generation of Children

Social isolation seems to be taking a toll. With most large, urban school districts planning remote-learning only this fall, the isolation is likely to continue for many children—unless parents step in to alleviate this loneliness. An article in The Wall … Continue reading

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An Unfortunate Side Effect of Social Isolation

The following article looks at this issue with a focus on sibling offenders: Abstract  From the Journal of Sexual Aggression Few previous studies have explored the characteristics and dynamics of adolescent sibling incest. The objectives of this paper were twofold: … Continue reading

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