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Tips & 5 Stages of Grief | Sage & Sylvester Stallone’s Loss

The death of Sylvester Stallone’s son Sage has devastated family, friends and fans. A young man with a promising life ahead, Sage passed Friday July 13th at the age of 36. The cause of death is unknown, making it harder for those grieving for him to cope with the situation. Disbelief, astonishment, and anger are […]

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Get Ready For Summer Social Skills Camps!

Get Ready For Summer Social Skills Camps Orlando Florida FL

Summertime is the perfect time to help your child improve his or her social skills in preparation for the upcoming school year.  Does your child try too hard to make friends laugh, even at his own expense? Do you find your daughter isolated or withdrawing from […]

FACEBOOK, HOOKING-UP & STI’s | SOCIAL NETWORKS INCREASE SEXUAL ACCESS

FACEBOOK, HOOKING-UP & STI’s | SOCIAL NETWORKS INCREASE SEXUAL ACCESS

Everyone knows that SEX sells! At least that’s what most advertisers believe. For many years, various media avenues have become vehicles to sell everything from toothpaste to sneakers. With the increasing evolution of social media, researchers believe that there is also an increase of sexual activity […]

Women Humiliated by Naked Photos | IsAnyoneUp.com | Tips to Protect your Online Identity | Hunter Moore

Women Humiliated by Naked Photos | IsAnyoneup.com website | Tips to Protect your Online Identity

According to an Anderson Cooper article, “Melissa and Daveeda discovered naked photos of themselves posted online. These photos were sent anonymously to a website, which posted them, along with pictures of each girl’s Facebook page, with their real names.” The creator […]

Why is your child Angry? | 4 Tips to Understanding Your Child’s Emotions.

Why is your child angry? What is your child feeling?

When you were a child did you wish your parents allowed you to express your emotions?  How many times did you hear, “Boys don’t cry” or “If you keep crying I’ll give you something to cry about”?  Or maybe it was more subtle and was, “You […]

Bully Movie Documentary 2012 should your Child See It? | 3 Quick Tips for Parents of Victims | CBS 6

The Bully Movie Documentary was rated R because of cursing, aggression and themes of suicide! So should your middle schooler or high school student see it. From the reviews and information about the movie it is following students that are bullied at school. Unfortunately, the cursing, aggression and themes of suicide are what middle school […]