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I am working with a young child who is fixated on gore and violence. He latches on to very scary figures like SlenderMan and these fixations tend to increase his aggression and lack of impulse control.

My thought is to switch the scary figure on which he is fixated. I’m trying to think of a slightly scary book (preferably with pictures) that I could read with him and maybe discuss. The only thing I can think of is the In a Dark, Dark Room collection. I really liked scary stories when I was little and this was my introduction. Please let me know if you can think of any others, preferably more modern ones!

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traaashhhhkat:

some chill positivity from a 1998 Sesame Street book about the letter F

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squirrel-monkey:

A therapist kept this poster in her waiting room. Apparently it saved a few lives.

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korra:

people be like “are you really going to miss out on a potential friendship just because someone doesnt share your views on feminism/racism/etc.” and i’m like “ya lol”

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"Dress suitably in short skirts and strong boots, leave your jewels in the bank, and buy a revolver."

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Countess Markievicz, 19th century Irish revolutionary, dispensing eternally relevant fashion advice (via woolfisms)

Ma’am yes ma’am.

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lilian-alice-cullen:

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theskylardiaries:

I need to remember these sometimes.

IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT

Why weren’t my parents told this?

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