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What are the signs? What should I do?
As providers and caretakers, parents often view the world of their children as care free, worry free, and full of fun and adventure. After all, kids don't have any of the responsibilities or pressures parents do. What do kids have to worry about?
Plenty! Our children can experience constant pressure from friends, school or families, and, with social media, there is no escape from what is worrying or troubling them. In fact, social media can intensify their feelings.
@drjoekort RT @JustinLehmiller: Why do those living in #pain seek out more pain? Many chronic pain sufferers are turning to #kink and #BDSM for a rang…
@drjoekort “When you’re born in the wrong gender, your gender changes, not necessarily your sexuality,” trans activist, Jacob… https://t.co/jg3v9zlYOB
@drjoekort RT @DrDavidLey: Turns out kinky people aren’t actually disturbed - just a reminder that they were all categorically labeled as sex addicts…
@drjoekort @Timmy________ @PsyPost Thank you very much. There’s an article similar to this one by David Ley and Psychology Today you could find.
@drjoekort @Timmy________ @PsyPost I have heard variations of this. I don’t know how exactly true it is but I’ve heard of it.