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  • Exposure to community violence can traumatize children for up to a year after the exposure.
  • New research suggests that schizophrenia or bipolar disorder among first-degree relatives may be linked with an increased risk of autism spectrum disorder.
  • Beginning new life stages such as getting married or having a baby can lead to less satisfaction at one’s job.
  • Nearly two-thirds of American teens have experienced an “anger attack” involving threatening violence, destroying property or engaging in violence toward others.

Heather Rudow is a staff writer for Counseling Today. Email her at hrudow@counseling.org.