A pervasive problem that has been receiving a great deal of attention involves the increase in school violence. One type of school violence is referred to as bullying, which is defined as student on student harassment.
Personality Disorders are long-lasting problems that a person has experienced almost his or her entire life, usually beginning in adolescence or early adulthood. Personality Disorders affect about 10% to 13% of people.
Overall, in a well adjusted person, anger is felt infrequently, is moderate in intensity, and does not endure. Anger becomes problematic when it occurs often and in response to many different triggers, when it is intense and disruptive to thinking or behaving, and when it endures because of ruminative thoughts.
Over time, parents describe a sense of peace that comes with acceptance of the child. Parents reflect on the fact that having a child with disabilities shatters the expectations of normalcy and life cycle transitions.