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Teaching your child to avoid one of the most subtly dangerous character types: The Coercive Controller

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There is so much focus on identifying explicitly obnoxious bullies in schools that parents seem to be lulled into the false comfort that if their child is not being pushed around verbally or physically, in an obvious way, then all … Continue reading

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Dr. Brunner’s measure used in international research project published in scientific journal Child Psychiatry & Human Development

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Using the scientifically validated youth anger tool that Dr. Brunner is senior author of (State Trait Anger Expression Inventory, Second Edition, Child/Adolescent Version [STAXI-2 C/A; Brunner & Spielberger, 2009]) an international team of researchers has examined the relationships between anger … Continue reading

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