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Why Do Black Americans Hate Asians?

 

Alexander Lomax was arrested on Thursday after police say he severely beat and assaulted a 67-year-old Asian woman in broad daylight in the front yard of a residence near Grimmer Boulevard and Blacow Road. Witnesses called 911 and officials say patrol officers arrived while the 28-year-old was nude and the assault was still in progress. Lomax was detained and the woman was transported to a trauma center with major, non-life-threatening injuries including significant facial injuries and broken bones throughout her body.

Suspect in sexual assault of older Asian woman in Fremont now tied to 2 other attacks

Suspect arrested in hammer attack on Asian woman near Times Square

Video shows teens attack, rob 80-year-old Asian man in San Leandro

San Francisco women stabbed amid wave of attacks on Asians

Tags: Attack, Cultural, Hate, Parental Crime, Racism, Revenge, Safety, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Treatment, Video, Violence

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14-May-2021


Dear Prudence, 

 

I’m 27, and my mom and I grew up very close. It was often just me and her. I’ve supported myself since graduating college, and she now lives about 25 miles away. In the past few years, she has started escalating simple questions into situations she can control. For example, once I asked if she had any jumper cables she could lend me to jump my partner’s car battery. She told me she was calling a tow truck to take his car to a mechanic. She assumed the car would be unsalvageable, so she was also booking a rental.

Another time, I asked her for the title of a book she’d mentioned a while ago, and she said she was ordering a copy of it to my house. Whenever she does this, I try to calmly tell her to stop, since that’s not what I asked her for, and (in some cases, like the car) not her place. She usually doesn’t listen. Then I get flustered and end up repeating myself with less eloquence and more distress. Then she ends up crying, saying that she knows more than me, that I’m being unreasonable, and it’s “mean” to reject her help. When things cool down, I apologize, try to explain why I rejected her plans or “favors,” and ask her to please take things I ask for or about at face value. Then she just says that I’m wrong and insists on further apology and empathy for her. I don’t know how to stop this beyond never asking her for anything, even the title of a book, ever again. How do I break this pattern?

—Above and Beyond and Overboard

Dear...

Tags: Advice, Mental Health, Misconduct, Parenting, Protections, Psychology, Punishment, Relationships, Threat, Training, Treatment

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09-May-2021


 

I was watching reality TV and it dawned on me that we have been fighting over jealousy in relationships for over 50 years. Psychiatry can't solve it and humans fall victim to the idea of love and happy endings countless of times. We can't corroborate if less people will save the planet but there is a surety about relationships. We get rid of jealousy and all is resolved. 07-May-2021

Tags: Jealousy, Mental Health, Parenting 101, Psychology, Responsibility, Sex, Success, Support, Training, Treatment

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07-May-2021


Mother: White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology 

 

The white headmaster of a New York Catholic school forced an 11-year-old Black student to kneel while apologizing to a teacher and later explained that the punishment was an "African way,” the boy's mother said.

Headmaster John Holian of St. Martin de Porres Marianist school on Long Island was placed on temporary leave after details of the Feb. 25 incident came to light, the Daily News reports.

Mother: White headmaster made Black son kneel during apology

Chuck Lorre's New CBS Sitcom Slammed for Handling of Afghan Character

Senior Teen Vogue staffer who supported ouster of new editor used N-word in tweets a decade ago... so will her woke colleagues now turn on her?

Straphanger urinates on Asian woman inside NYC subway car

Suspect bashed Asian woman with pipe during NYC attack

Man accused of attacking Asian woman and her daughter in Portland charged with hate crime

Woman arrested for hate crime, assault after hitting McDonald's employee in Mountain View

Elderly Man Left in Critical Condition After Unprovoked Attack on NYC Subway

Kentucky man who killed 2 Black customers at Kroger pleads guilty to federal hate crime charges

Investigators arrest members of alleged crime syndicate targeting Nashville Hispanic population

Tags: Arrest, Attack, Backlash, Children, Choices, Comedy, Cultural, Education, Employment, Fashion, Hate, Investigation, Judgment, Misconduct, Parental Burden, Punishment, Racial Tension, Racism, Religion, Social Media, Suspension, Teacher, Theft, Threat, Treatment, TV, Violence

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22-Mar-2021


'Dr. Phil' Ranch Abuse Scandal: What to Know 

 

Phil McGraw is wrapped up in a new scandal after sending multiple young guests to a treatment facility that has been accused of abuse. It began with a lawsuit filed by Hannah Archuleta, who appeared on Dr. Phil in 2019 and then went to the Turn-About Ranch. Now, other past guests on the show are coming forward with similar stories, including rapper Bhad Bhabie.

According to a report by The Sun, Archuleta's lawsuit says that she was sexually assaulted multiple times while in the Turn-About Ranch program and was punished for speaking out about the abuse. Archuleta did not accuse McGraw of any wrongdoing, but Bhad Bhabie has. In a video released on Friday, she demanded a public apology from McGraw for herself and other teenagers he sent to the ranch.

'Dr. Phil' Ranch Abuse Scandal: What to Know

New York Rep. Tom Reed takes 'full responsibility' following allegation of sexual misconduct

Tags: Apology, Backlash, Celebrity, Etiquette, Injury, Insensitivity, Leaders, Mental Health, Minors, Priorities, Privilege, Quackery, Rape, Representation, Safety, Sex, Treatment, Youth

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21-Mar-2021


I’m a Straight Woman Who Married a Gay Man 

 

I met my husband 13 years ago, and we’ve been together ever since. We fell deeply, madly in love with each other and have been married for nine wonderful years now. He’s patient, kind, gentle-hearted. He’s also always been honest about being gay and has never hidden it from me. Only one of our mutual friends knows this about my husband. Our son also knows, since we thought it would be best to remain open with him about it, so he never “found out” by surprise or from our mutual friend. Our son took the news very well and doesn’t care that his father was gay.

I’ve never told my family, or really any of my friends, as I think they’d all be judgmental. My siblings don’t like my husband, but that’s a different letter in itself. So I’ve always kept it bottled up inside. He’s been married before, and divorced, to a straight woman, with whom he has a grown daughter. I’m a straight woman too. I’ve asked my husband about it, and he confirms that he’s gay, not bisexual. He left his first wife because of a lot of problems (and her infidelity), then he was in a few different relationships with other men, before he met his ex-boyfriend. They were still living together when we met. I’m confused by it all, and it has, at times, caused problems in our marriage, because of my lack of self-confidence. I have doubts that he might leave me someday for a gay relationship like he did his ex-wife. We’ve both been faithful to each other, and he loves me, and I love him. But is that good enough for him? Would you consider him bisexual or gay?

—Not-Quite-Lavender Marriage

I’m a Straight Woman Who Married a Gay Man

Tags: Advice, Gay, Humiliation, Investment, Lifestyle, Marriage, Masks, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Modernization, Neglect, Preference, Respect, Self Interest, Self-esteem, Sex, Sex Identity, Treatment

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20-Mar-2021


Gospel singer Kirk Franklin apologizes after son records expletive-laden phone call 

 

Grammy-winning gospel singer Kirk Franklin apologized over the weekend after his son posted a recording of a phone call in which Franklin hurled profanities and an apparent threat at his son.

In audio of the partial phone call posted to Kerrion Franklin's Instagram account, the elder Franklin can be heard saying: "You need to get your skinny motherfucking ass back out the g------ way before I put my foot in your ass."

"I will break your neck if you ever disrespect me," he continued before seeming to hang up.

Gospel singer Kirk Franklin apologizes after son records expletive-laden phone call

Tags: Apology, Backlash, Celebrity, Celebrity Children, Children, Drama, Etiquette, Hate, Insensitivity, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Psychology, Punishment, Relationships, Religion, Treatment

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15-Mar-2021


She bullied and insulted students for years; her Florida school let her keep teaching 

 

By the time school administrators in Florida moved last year to fire Susan Oyer, the Boca Raton Middle School teacher had spent nearly a decade drawing harassment complaints from children and parents.

There were accusations she quarreled with students. That she mocked their grades and intelligence. That she used their race or nationality to demean them. That she threatened to sue them. That she revealed confidential information about them to their classmates.

Students reported she pushed a girl from behind. That she prohibited students from using the bathroom. That she belittled a girl for not being an American citizen and threatened to report her to immigration authorities.

She bullied and insulted students for years; her Florida school let her keep teaching

Tags: Children, Choices, Damage, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Hate, Misconduct, Neglect, Parental Burden, Respect, Safety, Teacher, Termination, Treatment

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12-Mar-2021


Fitness-obsessed dad made daughter sign ‘contract’ to never get fat 

 

A fitness-obsessed British man made his daughter sign a lifelong “contract” promising to never get fat — and weighed her almost daily as he ruled his family with an iron first, according to a report.

Rachid Khadla, 56, faces charges of child cruelty and assault over his alleged treatment of his now-adult daughter, Amira, and sons, Hicham and Karim, Hyde News & Pictures reported.

“I, Amira Khadla, will never let myself get fat. I will do lots of exercise to make sure I will never get fat, even until I die,” Khadla’s daughter wrote in her 2012 agreement, a court heard.

Fitness-obsessed dad made daughter sign ‘contract’ to never get fat

Tags: All Rights, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Crime, Cultural, Dictatorship, Domestic Violence, Environment, Family, Hate, Laws, Lifestyle, Parental Crime, Priorities, Religion, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Training, Treatment, World, Youth

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11-Mar-2021


There’s a Better Way to Parent: Less Yelling, Less Praise 

 

NPR journalist Michaeleen Doucleff suggests that parents consider throwing out most of the toys they’ve bought for their kids. It’s an extreme piece of advice, but the way Doucleff frames it, it seems entirely sensible: “Kids spent two hundred thousand years without these items,” she writes.

American child-rearing strategy comes away looking at best bizarre and at worst counterproductive. “Our culture often has things backward when it comes to kids,” she writes.

Doucleff arrives at this conclusion while traveling, with her then-3-year-old daughter. During her outings, she witnesses well-adjusted, drama-free kids share generously with their siblings and do chores without being asked.

There’s a Better Way to Parent: Less Yelling, Less Praise

Tags: Advice, Americans, Awareness, Children, Choices, Parenting, Profiling, Training, Treatment, Unruly Child, World, Writing

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04-Mar-2021


Bill Maher Finally Says What So Many Think but Are Too Afraid to Say 

 

The people who CAN say something SHOULD say something. I’m old – I have lived a pretty good life so far, all things considered. I now must fight for a better world for my daughter who is coming of age into this psychotic one. She is a creative, brilliant, compassionate, caring person who, like so many of you, has a right to stretch her legs and find some kind of honesty in both the art she receives and the art she makes. But right now, she, like so many others, are being reduced to the ways they can be punished, each and every day for something they do “wrong.” Orwell would call it “wrong think” and we truly are in the era of children spies where we are all constantly being monitored for anything we might say or do to get ourselves shamed publicly or have our platforms removed.

Your choices are to be silent to save yourself, to stand up against it and destroy yourself, or the worst of all of them, to pander to it. Don’t pander to it. If you don’t go along with it, stay silent. Spare yourselves the shame of the future looking back at you and your having to live with having pandered to a force you know in your bones is wrong.

Bill Maher Finally Says What So Many Think but Are Too Afraid to Say

Tags: Anguish, Art, Awareness, Business, Celebrity, Competition, Concern, Destruction, Differences, Environment, Equality, History, Hostility, Judgment, Opinion, Politics, Privilege, Psychology, Punishment, Reality, Shame, Termination, Threat, Training, Treatment, Vengeance, Warning

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28-Feb-2021


Help! My Aunt Says It’s a “Choice” to Be Offended by Racial Slurs. 

 

Q. Aunt wants to “get over” racial slurs: My aunt (father’s sister) and I have had a fairly acrimonious relationship since I was in my teens, mostly because of her dislike of my mother. Fast forward to Christmas of this year, when I texted my aunt and her husband to thank them for some cookies they sent me. We started talking again, exchanging memes and discussing our shared love of photography, in what I had hoped was a fresh start. Talk turned to politics eventually, because we both believed our politics aligned somewhat—me more as a leftist, and her a liberal.

However, when I mentioned that I was happy to see white people experience consequences when they used slurs such as the N-word, she said it was a “choice” to be offended by slurs like that, and how people needed to get over it. She even spelled it out. I was totally bewildered. We are both white women. I told her it was inappropriate and racist for her to write or say that word. She continued to use it, saying she should be able to because it was “just a word.” I went on to provide her with multiple sources about why it was offensive and racist. She then said how I was “looking for reasons to have contempt for her” and how she and “the family” have never understood why I’ve always hated her. This went on and on until I eventually stopped responding. However, she’s texted me every day this past week, trying to talk again like nothing’s happened. So how do I address the obvious racism with someone who thinks she’s “the most accepting and multicultural person in our family” for one, and secondly, always makes herself out to be the victim when I disagree with her on anything?

Help! My Aunt Says It’s a “Choice” to Be Offended by Racial Slurs.

Tags: Advice, Argument, Choices, Family, Judgment, Misconduct, Racism, Relationships, Segregation, Struggling, Treatment, Words

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18-Feb-2021


NYC public school asks parents to ‘reflect’ on their ‘whiteness’ 

 

The curriculum, written by Barnor Hesse, an associate professor of African American studies at Northwestern University in Illinois, claims, “There is a regime of whiteness, and there are action-oriented white identities.

“People who identify with whiteness are one of these,’’ Hesse writes above the eight-point list.

“It’s about time we build an ethnography of whiteness, since white people have been the ones writing about and governing Others,’’ Hesse adds.

NYC public school asks parents to ‘reflect’ on their ‘whiteness’

Tags: Activism, Education, Enforcement, Hate, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Policy, Treatment

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16-Feb-2021


Machines can do most of a psychologist’s job. The industry must prepare for disruption 

 

Psychology and other “helping professions” such as counselling and social work are often regarded as quintessentially human domains. Unlike workers in manual or routine jobs, psychologists generally see no threat to their career from advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Economists largely agree. One of the most wide-ranging and influential surveys of the future of employment, by Oxford economists Carl Benedikt Frey and Michael Osborne, rated the probability that psychology could be automated in the near future at a mere 0.43%. This work was initially carried out in 2013 and expanded upon in 2019.

We are behavourial scientists studying organisational behaviour, and one of us (Ben Morrison) is also a registered psychologist. Our analysis over the past four years shows the idea psychology cannot be automated is now out of date.

Psychology already makes use of many automated tools, and even without significant advances in AI we foresee significant impacts in the very near future.

Machines can do most of a psychologist’s job. The industry must prepare for disruption

Tags: AI, Discovery, Future, Mental Health, Robot, Science, Substitute, Tech, Treatment

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15-Feb-2021


Rachel Lindsay Slams Bachelor Franchise, Host Chris Harrison: 'I Can't Take It Anymore' 

 

Rachel Lindsay has publicly called out Chris Harrison, two days after the longtime Bachelor host apologized for perpetuating racism within the franchise.

During Thursday's episode of the Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay podcast, Lindsay — who became the first Black Bachelorette in 2017 — spoke out against Harrison after he seemingly defended current contestant Rachael Kirkconnell amid backlash over her past racist behavior. Harrison made the remarks in question during a 14-minute, unedited interview with Lindsay on Extra this week.

"I can't take it anymore," Lindsay, 35, said of her future with the show. "I'm contractually bound in some ways, but when it's up, I am, too. I can't. I can't do it anymore."

Rachel Lindsay Slams Bachelor Franchise, Host Chris Harrison: 'I Can't Take It Anymore'

Chris Harrison Steps Away From 'The Bachelor' After Controversial Interview

Tags: Anguish, Celebrity, Discrimination, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Etiquette, Hate, Lifestyle, Privilege, Racism, Reality, Termination, Toxic, Treatment, TV, Woman's Rights, Women In Charge

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13-Feb-2021




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