Everyone agrees that our family courts are broken. But one of the popular proposed remedies will endanger children.
When custody courts deal with allegations of abuse and parental alienation they make dangerous decisions most of the time.
Life is stressful. Here are some situations to avoid and some remedies to keep you stress-free. They then live happy and healthy
Humiliation affects us as individuals, as members of our society and of our world. Learn more from psychology of humiliation episode of 3women3ways.
DV expert Barry Goldstein and Stop Abuse Campaign’s Andrew Willis discuss how fixing the family court means protecting children not abusers.
How many children are involved in child sex trafficking in the United States? What can you do to ensure your child doesn’t end up being trafficked?
An interview with the director of the upcoming documentary What Doesn’t Kill Me, about family court-ordered abuse
New DOJ research shows family courts across the US are more worried about upsetting abusive fathers than they are about protecting vulnerable children.
Losing Grace taught me how it feels when your child or grandchild is taken from you and handed to her abuser. I will never forget her face.
Amber, a student at Indiana University South Bend, writes about her research into emotional abuse and the #maybehedoesnthityou hashtag
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.
Bill Cosby joked about being abused as a child, and the punchline was “look how well I turned out”. That argument deserves re-examination.
Custody courts are to Domestic Violence what General Practitioners are to cancer. Informed but not experts. They miss true reports of abuse.
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.
Experts know that batterers use children to further abuse their partners and that abusers sometimes murder their children.
A child runs away from home as a cry for help or a desperate act to protect themselves from abuse. Why do we punish kids for it?
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.
Judge Gorcyca sent a 9, 10 and 13 year old to juvenile detention after they refused to meet their father. A lesson in the ‘success’ of forced reunification.
I will not be measured and weighed and found wanting. I’m going to be OK as I am, even if I am obese. Find out why I choose to be fat.
The research proves that estrangement from an abusive parent is better for children than being abused. Family courts tend to get that wrong, which is why kids tend to get hurt.
New York must invest in primary prevention of child abuse in response to the recent report documenting widespread CPS failure in the state
While many people are following the Gorcyca case, there is no consequence that she can experience that will fix the harm she caused to the Tsimhoni children
Safe parenting takes a back seat when you are forced into dangerous shared parenting by courts who minimize abuse of women and kids.
Women and children are often disbelieved in rape cases. Courts hear their truth from abusers. Women and children rarely make false reports.