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During this time, there is probably no more depressing news than the news of "Mother of an 8-month-old baby", which was originally a missing child case. But in the end, it turned out to be a case of a mother hurting her child. But during the way of the case that the media provided that information It allows us to piece together and see the history of the life of a young girl who became a teenage mother without being prepared. In addition, the path of life is very difficult. Until having to end up becoming a murderer
And now society is asking the question. “Why did you become a mother who abuses your child?” and insults her in various ways. The answer to this question is very close to me because “We are all part of the process of creating a murderer in society”, including bullying, insults. inferiority, insult Even indifference, not valuing, ignoring the violence both in the real world and online They drive a person to feel helpless, with no escape, with no way out, desperate and becoming a murderer.

Don't put pressure on anyone until he's stalled.
crime in the workplace Often caused by small quarrels and not clearing the mind until it escalated into a big problem that ended up hurting each other This is well known to organizational psychologists. But it's difficult to solve and prevent. Because in the organization, it is often seen that quarrels or disagreements or stalemates of employees are extremely normal. and especially if it's the boss Or the boss acts with his subordinates, the more nobody wants to interfere. But that's the pressure. Coercing a person has no choice. Until turning frustration into resentment and eventually cause violence.

Psychologists have an understanding of and capacity to engage in evidence-based and culturally-informed intervention, assessment, prevention, training, and research practices. They focus on healthy aspects and strengths of their clients (whether they are individuals, couples, families, groups, organizations, or communities); environmental/contextual influences (such as cultural, sociopolitical, gender, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic factors) that shape people’s experiences and concerns; the role of career and work in peoples’ lives; and advocacy for equity and social justice.