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Victor is a colleague of mine. He is a sadist. He enjoys hurting his colleagues. How should he be dealt with?
If possible: The risks to the victim include bleeding from injury, crushing impairing breathing and the risk of the vehicles catching fire. If possible and relatively safe, get them out of these. Another issue is that the cause of some crashes follow an event like a heart attack which may also need to been addressed. ...Read more
MANY WAYS: Some feel tricks exist. One is simple--learn self-defense. Another is make sure you are not projecting an image of weakness, worry or sadness--some grades have routine bullying. Do discuss with parent. Involving school can be of use if they are big prevention locations. In florida prevention is poor. This will end. Make sure an depression is treated. Learn verbal sparring and making jokes=power. ...Read more
No one wins.: If one is bullied either emotionally or physically, revenge is not the answer (check out the new tv show that dissects the complexities). Learn an approach to stand up to the bullying that will raise yourself esteem, and make the aggressor look silly. If you are young, consider informing the bully's parents directly. Or be the bigger person, and ignore the bullying, slough it off. ...Read more
Seek help: Sorry this is the problem for you, you are doing the right thing by seeking help. Suggest you call local police agency and ask for victims assistance department, they can help you with counseling and even safe houses if needed. If you are injured please go to local emergency room. ...Read more
Not a "condition": Domestic violence is not a condition, it's a horrible situation in which some people find themselves. Many factors lead both to the violence and to the decision of the victim to stay in that situation. If you are that person, avail yourself of one of the services locally or nationally that can help you realistically assess options to get out of it. ...Read more
Well: Don't know what your current appearance or health is like. Depending on how you want to change - consider consulting with a nturitionist, personal trainer and esthetician. ...Read more
Risk benefit: The risk of going after the bullet has to weighed against any benefit. Usually, the bullet has no long term effects nor risk for infection. The risk of harm to retrieve the bullet is therefore unacceptable. In some specific circumstances the bullet must be removed. Rarely, the bullet will drag some clothing or other debris and cause an infection. ...Read more
Yes: This has been known to happen when people are bullied to the point that they see no escape and begin having difficulty thinking about the consequences of their actions. If you are being bullied it is vital that you talk to someone you trust about what you are experiencing. ...Read more
Aed distance: As long as you are not touching anything in contact with defibrillator or victim you are safe. ...Read more
A common source is old lead paint. Others may be lead glaze, lead in water pipes etc. Insects do not transfer lead. See this site for more information.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/lead-poisoning/basics/definition/con-20035487 ...Read more
Victim of workplace bullying for three months. Denied it when I escalated situation, now things are even worse because my credibility is questioned.?
Bullying: I am very sorry as I know workplace bullying can be devastating. I wrote about this experience in "managing the stress of success" featured on the soundmindz. Org website and in blogs on the site as well. Seek help from your eap or consult a clinical psychologist familiar with the issue, you can get a referral from your doctor. My best. ...Read more
Humans: Of our major plague like illnesses, smallpox is somewhat unique in having no animal or insect carrier. Exposure to infective material from humans was the only known form of transmission. This aided eradication as immunized health providers created a "wall" around active cases. The WHO offered a bounty for reporting any cases as the illness wound down & none were found in the wild after 1977. ...Read more
Believing the bully: Bullies often make statements about the person being bullied "you're a fag", "you're ugly" etc. Given their power and that they often are backed up my other kids who say nothing, its common for the victim to emotionally believe what the bully is saying. There are more complicate mechanisms but this is the main one. ...Read more
It happens: It is a common experience for a victim of abuse to become a perpetrator of abuse. Research shows that some children who are abused experience aggression and then model that aggression with the next generation. This does not happen with every victim of abuse but it does happen. Therapy can help break this cycle. Take care, . ...Read more
Stroke recovery: Some people recover completely from a stroke. Stroke is a leading cause of disability however. Some people have a limited recovery, and some people do not recover any of the function they lost. Common disabilities after stroke are impairments of speech, swallowing, vision, walking, strength and sensation. Recovery may take a year or longer to occur. ...Read more
Stroke: Repetitive motions working on the are where weakness exists will help. Be aware that depression and the loss of effort and or hope can be detrimental for recovery. Repetitive efforts to use the neural circuits which have been damaged however although frustrating can be quite helpful. ...Read more
Side, sweep, resume: Turn them on there side, sweep there mouth out and resume compressions. The new standards for layperson CPR focus on fast and hard compressions without ventilation's to keep circulation going until advanced help arrives. That said I think it is reasonable to stop briefly to clear the airway to prevent material from entering the airway. ...Read more
Normally as possible: Patients who have had stroke generally prefer to be treated as they were treated before their stroke as much as possible. Certain physical losses may prevent certain activities or participation but as much as the stroke victim can participate safely and without embarrassment they should. ...Read more
I can't instruct you: About how to look like a Victoria Secret model. However, if you need to lose weight for your health- Eat healthfully & be physically active. Aim for 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep / night. Hydrate w at least 64 oz of water / day. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Do both cardio & weight training. ...Read more