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Sarkis: How to identify a gaslighter

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
Joining the growing literature on gaslighting behaviors is Dr. Stephanie Sarkis’s Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People — and Break Free (2018). Sarkis is both a counselor and a mediator, and her experiences…

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How administrators bullied a state hospital nurse after workplace violence

Sharing info from the Massachusetts Healthy Workplace Bill -A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the bill into law blog. This is a concern, you are hear the voice of the victim. If you have comments please share. I believe … Continue reading

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A lot of deniers are simply playing a sick, sociopathic game

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
(Drawing copyright Aaron Maeda) Denier behavior occurs at many levels and in many situations. There are those who deny that the Holocaust ever happened, claiming that millions of souls never perished at the hands…

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Workplace bullying and mobbing: Recovery and possibilities for post-traumatic growth

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What are the recovery prospects for targets of severe workplace bullying or mobbing who are experiencing psychological trauma? Can they access effective treatments and help? Can they recover and heal from their ordeals to…

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Abuse survivors can draw inspiration from John McCain’s life story

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
Here in America, the death of U.S. Senator John McCain is dominating the news, and rightly so. He has been a major political figure for several decades, marked by a penchant for outspokenness and…

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On being restlessly patient in advancing positive law and policy reforms

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
A piece in the current issue of the Economist, the venerable British news magazine, resurrects the tax policy positions of Henry George, an author and political economist who built a worldwide following during the last half of the 19th…

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An advocate sees a pattern of abusive bosses

Sharing information from the “Massachusetts Healthy Workplace Bill. A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the bill into law. A great blog to follow. Bullying in the workplace is real.

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