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Aggressors and victims of bullying have a worse performance at school

Aggressors and victims of bullying have a worse performance at school

Children and adolescents with learning problems at school are at greater risk of becoming bully, victims of bullying or both, of according to new research published by the American Psychological Association . The study by the University of California, USA, analyzed 153 studies of the last 30 years. More than any other trend, school performance predicts who will bully. "We hope this knowledge will help us to better understand the conditions under which bullying occurs and the consequences it can have for individuals," said Clayton R. Cook, PhD, of Louisiana State University. "The researchers found that the typical victim of bullying tends to be aggressive, with few social skills, negative thoughts, difficulties in solving social problems, comes from families The typical bully victim also has negative attitudes, problems with social interaction, does not have good social strategies to solve problems, poor performance in school, and is not only rejected and isolated by his or her peers. their peers, but is also negatively influenced by the peers with whom he or she interacts, according to with the study.

The authors found that aggressive children were more challenging and aggressive, while adolescents were depressed and anxious. And adolescent victims suffered from depression more often. "It's important to intervene with parents, colleagues and schools at the same time," Cook said. "Parent behavioral training can be used at home, while healthy building of peer relationships and problem solving skills could be offered in schools, along with the help of academics."

Factors that install and maintain this violence is many and complex. From the loss of paternal authority and the difficulty of dialogue, through the alienation of the school, to urban violence. But we can not deny that a good part of this problem originates in the home. "The worst and the best of human nature coexist within each one of us. The most primary feelings (hatred, envy) coexist with the highest ones (solidarity, loyalty, compassion.) What determines the path that these potentialities will take are the possibilities of transformation of the primary impulses and the existence of adequate channels to give vent to them, "according to psychologist Claudia Finamore.


Psoriasis: mother discloses pictures of the daughter to demystify disease

Psoriasis: mother discloses pictures of the daughter to demystify disease

As a way of reducing the prejudice experienced by his daughter, a mother named Ashley Nagy (29) published a series of photos of the girl evidencing her health condition. Little Charlie, one year and five months old, has psoriasis, a fairly common skin disorder characterized by red and scaly lesions. Charlie began to manifest psoriasis symptoms at 4 months Although not a contagious disease, Ashley notes that parents prevent their children from having contact with Charlie for fear of contamination.

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Marcos Mion explains why son with autism did not travel with family

Marcos Mion explains why son with autism did not travel with family

On vacation with his family in the United States, Marcos Mion used social networks once again to talk about his relationship with son, Romeo, who was born with Autism Spectrum Disorder (TEA). The presenter made a post on Instagram to explain to his followers the reason for the boy's absence while traveling with his wife and other children.

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