What have you got to lose? April 30th is the NO SPANK CHALLENGE – one day to take a break from spanking our children. One day! That’s it.
How can you or I prevent abuse in April? How can we make a difference? We could start with just one small thing each day.
If we’re not supposed to yell, and spanking is no longer an acceptable discipline method, then what are we supposed to do?
Do you know ‘The Hate U Give’? It has an important message in the acronym “THUG LIFE.” The Hate U Give Little Infants Fucks Everyone.
What does it take to stop child abuse? It takes all of us committing ourselves to stopping it. Do you know what to do? Here’s where to start.
If a child discloses sexual abuse to you, it could change both of your lives. But a little knowledge can make you into the person an abused child needs.
Is there anything wrong with telling kids about an imaginary bunny and asking them to sit in his lap? Let’s think about it.
It can be fun to sharing on social media details of our kids’ lives. Is it the right thing to do? What does it teach our kids about boundaries and consent?
What if, for Lent this year, we gave up spanking? Not forever, just for forty days. A fast, if you will, just to test the waters and see where a non-spanking lifestyle could take us.
The Turpin “house of horrors” shocked the nation. How did it go unnoticed? We’re all good at ignoring signs of child abuse.
Thinking small in the new year people can accomplish more of their goals with less weight on their shoulders.Thinking small in the new year memories last.
Holiday gatherings put children at risk of sexual abuse. We don’t need to avoid them, we need to learn to focus on safety during the holidays.
Some smart toys ask personal questions such as school name, parents’ names, town, and more in order to have natural conversations with children.
All forms of abuse, including spanking, are related, and they’re all harmful.
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.
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.
Sending your kids to school, or back to school, means understanding how to protect them from sexual abuse while in school.
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.
The Cardinal Pell scandal is shocking, but it’s important to remember that the Catholic church isn’t the only place where children get sexually abused.
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 during the summertime.
Mass shootings have become our new norm. Is this new norm because of violent movies and video games? We shouldn’t live in a world of mass shootings
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.
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.
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.”
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.