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WHAT IS EMOTIONAL TURBULENCE?

By Willie Trytsman | June 2, 2018

1. What is turbulence? The construct turbulence as in physics can be defined as the violent or unsteady movement of air, water or fluid (Davidson, 2015).  The Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary (Wehmeiere, McIntosh, Turnbull, & Ashby, 2006) describes turbulence as “a situation in which there is a lot of sudden change, confusion, disagreement and sometimes…

HELP, WE ARE IMMIGRATING!

By Willie Trytsman | April 25, 2018

  Immigration once was only for a select few who could afford it, but in today’s age a number of international companies are “buying out” employees and therefore subsidise the entire cost of the immigration process. Migrating can stem from a number of reasons but for South Africans the most common reasons are for safety,…

INSTITUTIONS, THE FAMILY AND MARRIAGE

By Willie Trytsman | April 20, 2018

  Institutions or otherwise known as social institutions can be defined as the social activities of a society which involves the values and norms to which the members of the society must comply. These values and norms are protected by various penalties which can be designated to a person whom goes against these values and…

EDUCATION

By Willie Trytsman | April 19, 2018

  Education or also referred to as learning, teaching or schooling is a social institution which refers to the actions depicted by a teacher or educator by which a person, usually a child, is trained in the skills and values of the previous generations in which all the accumulated knowledge they gained is carried over…

CONDUCT DISORDER

By Willie Trytsman | April 19, 2018

  Introduction The term Conduct Disorder is the diagnostic categorisation used to refer to children whom presents with a pervasive and persistent pattern of behaviours such as aggression, destruction, deceitfulness and the violation of rules, which are problematic. These children diagnosed with Conduct Disorder experiences higher levels of distress and impairment in all developmental areas…