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21 search results were found for the search term „harassment“.



Books (19)


Onto the Stage  - Slighted Souls and other stage and radio plays
BS Murthy Onto the Stage - Slighted Souls and other stage and radio plays
  • Drama
  • English
  • 53548 Words
  • Ages 16 and up
  • 517
  • 1
A compendium of the author’s Indian stage and radio plays:   "Slighted Souls" is a poignant love story set in [more]

Keywords: Stage play, Radio play, Theatre, Drama, Indian stage play, Indian drama, Indian radio play, Indian theatre, Indian love story, Love story, Indian fiction, Political stage play, Revolution, Rebellion, Romantic stage plays, Romantic radio play, Sexual harassment at workplace, Sexual harassment, [more]

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Broken
Julie Steimle Broken

novel

  • Science Fiction
  • English
  • 59639 Words
  • Ages 12 and up
  • 258
  • 1
Everyone told Kinneth Green that taking a job at ConoTech was a bad idea--his friends, his girlfriend, old [more]

Keywords: cybertech, cyberpunk, cybernetics, robot, cyborg, technology, adventure, future, tech, technopunk, intrigue, murder, family, corruption, mind-control, mind control, upgrades, cougar dating, [more]

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One Month
Julie Steimle One Month

Martian Prophecies Prequel: Story Fourteen

  • Science Fiction
  • English
  • 4041 Words
  • Ages 14 and up
  • 55
  • 0
Zormna's month of removal from the Surface Patrol of Arras has been hard for her as she has [more]

Keywords: probation, work, job, flirting, punishment, attraction, beauty, woman, man, marriage, dating, harassment, harass, military, fight, fighting, waitress, worker, [more]

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Abuse, Trauma, and Torture - Their Consequences and Effects
Sam Vaknin Abuse, Trauma, and Torture - Their Consequences and Effects
  • Health & Fitness
  • English
  • 2 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 1370
  • 18
The effects on victims and survivors of traumatic experiences, long-term and repeated abuse, and torture. Includes in-depth profile [more]

Keywords: abuse, antisocial, battering, divorce, domestic violence, dsm-iv, ego, harassment, narcissism, narcissistic, narcissistic personality disorder, npd, object relations, personality, personality disorders, psychodynamics, psychopaths, psychotherapy, [more]

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Narcissism Book of Quotes
Sam Vaknin Narcissism Book of Quotes
  • Family & Relationships
  • English
  • 1 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 610
  • 15
The Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and relationships with abusive narcissists and psychopaths: the point of view and lessons [more]

Keywords: abuse, antisocial, battering, divorce, domestic violence, dsm-iv, ego, harassment, narcissism, narcissistic, narcissistic personality disorder, npd, object relations, personality, personality disorders, psychodynamics, psychopaths, psychotherapy, [more]

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Groups (2)


The Book Club
The Book Club
  • 32 Members
In this group we will all read one book from a random member every week. If the group exceeds 5 members, every group of 5 or under members will read a book from a random member in their sub group. Throughout the week we will discuss and give feedback to the author of the book, then with each new week we will move on to a new author and book. That will be the only purpose of this group, to read and share feedback with each other. Those that fail to do so will be kicked from the group. I rather have 1 other member in the group than a 100 inactive members. Rules: No posts outside of the relevance of the weekly discussions about books from the micro groups. When you first join you are required to take part in the reading and giving of feedback for the first two weeks, afterwards you will first be kicked after a month of inactivity. No swearing or harassment of others. This group is about constructive criticism, not criticism.
The Debate Club
The Debate Club
  • 6 Members
Welcome all you strong-hearted debaters! There are no restrictions to the topics, though it is appreciated if you try to refrain from using spiritual-only arguments. These are just some suggested guidelines so we can keep a civil and friendly debating atmosphere: (1.) Try to stay a secular as you can, debates are welcome on religion and spiritual morality, but please have some intellectual backing to them. (2.) Keep the language to day-time television. There are plenty of ways to get your point across without sounding like a well-educated sailor. (3.) Don't be rude. This is the closet thing to a rule we have. Harassment and fighting will not be tolerated. Your topic will be deleted on the first offense. On the second, you will be removed form the group. (4.) Use proper grammar. Typos, common mistakes, and confusion are fine, but don't argue with "omg ur just trn to fite me bruh." That's it, so just debate to your heart's desire!
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