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Maltreatment from one person to another. It may occur in the following forms which include, but are not limited to: mental, emotional, verbal, physical, sexual.
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For questions requesting answers backed up by academic sources. If your question is about a situation in an academic environment, use the appropriate tag (college, high-school, school).
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For questions on which a persons accent is important to the question, and how their voice sounds.
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Questions about people you know but who aren't close enough to be called friends.
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A communication technique used in counseling, training, and conflict resolution. The listener has to concentrate, understand, respond and remember what is being said.
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For questions involving Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
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Used when age is an important factor within the situation in question
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Strong emotion about unfair, cruel or unacceptable state or behavior. To be used when question you are asking is dealing with anger of yours (in interpersonal context) or someone/something else.
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For questions involving anxiety - weather that be you yourself being anxious or if someone else in the question/situation also has anxiety.
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For apologizing or dealing with apologies from others, as well as how to make one and also how to accept one in a certain way.
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For questions where the author is looking for a way achieve their goal. Such as to properly convey certain feelings or to inform someone about a problem.
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Questions that has a specific focus on people in Argentina or Argentinian culture.
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For use on questions where multiple people are exchanging opposing views in a heated or angry way.
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In a 'Ask Culture', you can ask for almost everything, but must take a plain and simple 'no' as an answer. In a 'Guess Culture', you only give rise to a request when you're pretty sure the answer will…
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For questions about being assertive and confident, without appearing to be aggressive. It means being able to defend your own rights in a calm and positive way.
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Questions that have a specific focus on people in the Australia or Australian culture.
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Questions that have a specific focus on people in Austria or Austrian culture.
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For questions relating to or asked by people on the autism spectrum (this includes what was previously known as "Asperger", as well as "high functioning" and "low functioning" autism).
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For questions about situations which are awkward for anyone concerned. This tag should be used when awkwardness is the key part of the problem.
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For questions about specific interactions between people in Bangladesh, or questions about Bangladeshi culture.
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For questions relating to Belgium's society or culture. Or to specify the geographical region of the questioner to help provide context.
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For questions about betrayal in relationships. Where any type of trust has been broken.
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Questions about awkward moments, etiquettes, etc. related to birthdays.
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should be used when boundaries (either yours or someone else's) play a major role in the situation at hand. This could involve questions about how to respect other people's boundaries, how to…
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Questions that have a specific focus on people in Brazil, or the Brazillian culture.
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Questions that have a specific focus on people in Bulgaria, or the Bulgarian culture.
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When someone is hurt or frightened by someone who is bigger or more powerful, and is trying to force them to do something that they do not want to do.
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