Tag Archives: coping

Stolen innocence: the rapes of little girls during Jim Crow

During the period of legally sanctioned segregation in the U.S., known as the Jim Crow era(roughly 1865 to 1965), the public discussion of “rape” focused on assaults of white women. However, a much more common problem was

Cushing’s, coping and quality of life

Cushing’s disease (CD) and Cushing’s syndrome (CS) are rare illnesses in which the body is flooded by an excess of the hormone cortisol, leading to characteristic and severe symptoms, among them central weight gain, easy bruising, diabetes

Fostering empathy after community violence to promote coping

This study explores the role of empathy for victims and offenders after a violent event, such as a school shooting. Empathy is the ability to experience or comprehend the emotions of another person. In this study, over