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By Lisa Falkenstern

Rabbit and Hedgehog are having a picnic when... RUMBLE! CRACK! The egg Rabbit’s sitting on hatches. Out comes a toddler dragon! Rabbit and Hedgehog take him domestic. they've got plenty of fun... till the infant dragon starts off to develop. And develop. And develop! The art rendered in oil on board offers a vintage contact to this beautiful tale.

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1 demonstrates the association between adverse experiences in the family and increased chances of a boy who has been sexually abused going on to behave abusively himself. It will be noted that experiencing physical violence in addition to being sexually abused, increased the likelihood of abusing sexually 18 times. Witnessing violence between parents, being emotionally rejected, or experiencing family breakdown increased the likelihood 7–8 times. 2 times more likely These children and young people were assessed in fine clinical detail using a variety of approaches, including psychodynamic interviews, questionnaires and scales, and the Adolescent Attachment Interview (Main and Goldwyn 1984).

Self-care skills Self-care skills may be ignored or rejected through the adoption of an antisocial, violent role model. YOUNG PEOPLE WITH UNSTABLE PERSONALITY FUNCTIONING Young people who are showing evidence of developing unstable personality functioning also may have extensive difficulties in all dimensions of their functioning and development. Health The young person may have had extensive experiences of non-accidental and accidental injuries, exposure to sexual abuse, and/or unsatisfactory disrupted care.

Experiencing sexual violence had a particularly negative effect, making that specific group of children particularly vulnerable to revictimization. LINKS BETWEEN BEING VICTIMIZED AND OFFENDING OR CONDUCT DISORDER Finkelhor and his colleagues (Cuevas et al. 2007) also researched the important question of whether these young people, as well as being subject to victimization, were also responsible for offending or conduct disorder themselves. Findings from the research The research identified a typology of three distinct types of victimized young people who had developed delinquent or antisocial behaviour: · They were young people who showed high levels of bullying behaviour and who had also been victimized.

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