Violence: A fine line between excuses and stressors
One huge reason for violence is the excessive consumption of alcohol. Alcohol is known to impact the Prefrontal Cortex, which manages...
Managing our environment is not always easy!
Environmental stressors are broad and similar to emotional stressors they are not excuses but reasons. By understanding the reasons for viol
Can emotions truly be a catalyst for violence?
We cannot wish these disorders away, and they should never be dismissed or ignored as real reasons for violence. It is extremely difficult t
Understand the reality of violence, but never live in the denial of it?
Understanding violence is never as clear-cut as black and white. There are so many grey areas that should never be ignored. Although it is..
Come up with a resolution, Violence is not the solution
If only people would stop being violent towards others, we could eliminate violence. In part one of this blog, we took an initial look at...
Why can’t we all just get along?
Whether it is bringing awareness to the issue of violence, campaigning for stricter penalties, supporting the victims of violence, educating
Is Self-Protection Guilty by Association?
When many think of self-protection, they associate it with self-defence. From there it may cognitively become a downward spiral! Here’s why.
Should Violence Prevention Education Include The Physical?
When it comes to VIOLENCE PREVENTION, there are certainly different perspectives. Even though Violence covers physical, verbal,...
The Stressors of Violence
Many look to pass blame and judgment after an assault, and this is very understandable based upon the act. However, this does not help the p
When does it become evident that learning self-protection is in your best interest?
As much as we live in a reactive society and place many higher priorities over the personal safety of ourselves and those we love at times,