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‘Fight or Flight’ Are Not the Only Ways People Respond to Sexual Assault
As the Harvey Weinstein trial continues, some experts stress that “freezing” and “fawning” are valid responses to assault—especially when there’s a power imbalance between the victim and the attacker.
The Reason Some People Freeze When They're Being Attacked
Fight and flight aren't the body's only instinctual responses to fear. And when it comes to sexual assault, some survivors blame themselves for not fighting back.
How Screen Addiction Is Damaging Kids' Brains
"I've worked with hundreds of heroin addicts and crystal meth addicts, and what I can say is that it's easier to treat a heroin addict than a true screen addict," says Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, author of 'Glow Kids.'