In a therapeutic process it is important to understand the meaning of the used words. This fact is nothing new, though when the therapeutic process is conducted in a second language, there is a limitation.
Part of the long-term online survey was a question about the specific experience of bullying. Of course, the survey was anonymous. Now I will share stories of those who were brave enough to write about how they coped with their experiences. At first I sincerely thank them for sharing their experiences. Some...Read more
In the previous article "The Circumstances of a Bullying individual" I stated that there are ways how the teacher can prevent bullying. Now let's take a glimpse at the scenario from a child's perspective. Mental anchors mean that it is possible to find a functional relationship. This also leads to an ability to find a...Read more
In the previous article 'The Psychological Elements of Bullying' I wrote about motives that can lead to bullying. Now we need to explore more behavioural patterns that are explained as the drama triangle of which the author is Dr Stephen Karpman. It is obvious how the concept suggests that the same dysfunctional pattern...Read more