Issue 9 – Print
Issue 9 features the incredible story of world renowned gymnast, Simone Biles. Simone is proof that even if you have a tough start in life – her mother was a drug addict an her father walked out on the family leaving simone and her siblings in foster care – you can still soar to great heights. We also reveal the latest research that suggests the news can shape us in surprising ways – from our perception of risk to the content of our dreams, even to our chances of having a heart attack. Viann Nguyen-Feng gives her advice on how to recognise the subtle tell-tales signs of emotional abuse, and Rachel Simmons who has been studying bullying, for more than a decade, addresses the nine most unproductive assumptions, myths, and platitudes she’s heard about this type of behaviour. We also have the usual news stories, your letters and book reviews, and author, Evita March shares her research on why people become “troll’s, which you may find surprising.
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