This is a submission in our monthly contest. November’s theme is Gratitude. Enter your own here! Dear Daughters, When I was 13, my step-father told me that victims of attacks – women – were attacked because they’d asked for it.…
In light of the countless high-profile assault charges recently meted I challenge us, individually, collectively, indivisibly, to say no. To scream no.
Tattoos and piercings are not new by any means, but studies show that more kids are getting them even at younger ages than in the past.
When your child is born with a heart that’s broken beyond full repair, you learn what you can and cannot control.
I made a conscious decision early on to be open and honest with my kids and to incorporate sexuality and sexual education naturally into their lives.
I ended the conversation by asking for his trust – that I be the person he turns to if he has any questions or concerns about sex, now or in the future.
With their squeaky-clean credit histories, our children’s data are the crown jewels to identity thieves.
Your child is protected and receiving counseling. You are left with a big, old vacuum. What about me?
I thought maybe we if we all contacted Spirit Halloween, they’d take this costume off their shelves next year:
Researchers have identified one key personality trait can mean the difference between bouncing back from bullying and being incapacitated by it.