Category: Social Issues

Disclosing Mental Health Issues in the Workplace

I have written previously about how we are making progress in the acceptance of mental health issues titled  Not all heroes wear capes. Many organisations staff and high-profile individuals have made their own personal mental health struggles public. It appears that at least on the surface that attitudes are changing. One of the areas that …

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Let’s talk about Bullying and Cyberbullying

Throughout this article I refer to bullying and cyberbullying. While there are obvious differences between the two, the motivations of the bully are similar and so for the most part the terms are interchangeable. Bullying is not a new occurrence. It is unlikely that anyone above primary school age has not been a victim, perpetrator …

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