It’s important to keep calm and holiday on when you’re around a large group of family and friends. This blog post gives tips to keep calm and holiday on.
During the seasonal period, people have many tasks. Trying to get to get these tasks done can create holiday stress. Here are tips to handle holiday stress.
The holiday season fast approaches. How about some tips for keeping our littles safe from child predators this holiday season?
Ignorance may be bliss, that’s true, but not with child sexual abuse. Ignorance is risky behavior. What you don’t know could hurt you, or your children.
October is all about festivals, parties and trick-or-treating! Parent need to keep children safe at these events. Here are tips to keep children safe.
How to talk about 9/11 with your children? Peace in the world begins with children. Here are some tips.
Seat belts and bike helmets keep kids safe; but our kids are more likely to suffer sex abuse, do you know how to protect your children from that?
The story of the teenagers who watched a man drown without doing anything, A fundamental truth; children who bully usually have been victims of violence
Sending your kids to school, or back to school, means understanding how to protect them from sexual abuse while in school.
Vanity Fair reports Angelina Jolie did something horrible in her casting of child actors for an a movie. We all should take a stand.
No mom is perfect, so stop mom shaming. Focus on ways to prevent child abuse. Preventing child abuse shows the importance of children. Stop mom shaming now!
Leading by example is important when parents raise their children. Leading by example will show children how they should behave and prevent bullying.
Is your child being bullied; or worse, a bully? The best way to stop bullying is to lead by example. Stop acting like a bully yourself.
Summertime children are protected by the sun but what about sexual abuse? Here are tips to protect children from sexual abuse.
Mass shootings become our new normal. Is this new normal because of violent movies and video games? Can we prevent mass shootings in the US?
A Georgia school coercing a mother into “letting” her child be paddled in school. This is the way to create, not solve problems
All children need to learn a lesson through experience, but they shouldn’t go through painful corporal punishment. A lesson should shine in a positive light.
Do you know how to protect your child from sex abuse? You won’t really know unless you understand the facts. Knowledge is power after all.
Rape will never end until we stop judging rape victims, start believing them, and stop criticizing their supporters. We can do it.
Six year old’s body shame. Even when they’ve been taught not to. That’s a problem, and there are things you as parents can do about that.
As a parent, it may be hard to keep your cool with some of the thing’s children do. You may feel like your about to lose it. Here are tips to keep your cool.
Recovering from sexual abuse can be difficult. A parents role in their child’s recovery sets the tone for a path of healing or not.
Bystander intervention helps prevent abuse before it happens and helps to set a precedent for what is acceptable behavior and what is not.
There are a lot of things parents can do to prevent their children from being sexually abused. They all start with understanding more about sexual abuse.
What do you do if your child says they were sexually abused. There are things you can say that will make a huge difference. Starting with “I believe you.”
It’s important for parents to protect children from sexual abuse. Educating children about the topic gives the tools to protect them.
Despite all the hand wringing, web TV series “13 Reasons Why” isn’t as scary or bad as some are saying. At least we’re talking about teen suicide.
Reporting suspected child abuse is a good idea, and for many it’s the law. Before you check your state’s mandatory reporting laws check your morals.
What happens when we punish kids for speaking out about abuse? We teach them some unintended lessons
Is it harmless when a child won’t take “no” for an answer from a peer? Is it criminal? Or is it a chance to learn?