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4 Ways to Help Survivors of Sexual Abuse

“I know someone who survived a sexual assault. How can I help?”

What percentage of people in the US are Sexually Abused? According to the CDC, 10.6%
of adult women and 2.1% of adult men have reported experiencing a forced sexual encounter at some point in their lives. This means that just as many of us […]

Parents Going from “Idol to Idiot!” – Middle School Transition Tips

Going from “Idol to Idiot” in the eyes of their Middle Schooler!

It is this battlefield of questions that we leave our children to face their own fears, tackle their own obstacles and to become their own person; and all too often it is with our regret that we have not prepared them for this […]

Tips for Helping a Friend who is Cutting

Tips for helping a friend who is cutting

4 Reasons Why Cindy Anthony said Caylee is Alive!

On June 15, 2010, Cindy Anthony stated in court, “I believe Caylee is still alive!”A little over a year after the memorial service that she coordinated.Is Cindy Anthony’s statement the first stage of the grieving process . . Denial?

Most people experience feelings of denial when grieving the loss of a loved one.The purpose for […]

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Tips if you Suspect Developmental Delay in Your Child

Rolling over, sitting, crawling, walking, cooing, speaking; these are just some of the basic developmental milestones we expect our young children to reach. When we suspect one or more of these is delayed, what do we do? Where do we turn?

In Orange County, Florida, before a child is three years old, one can turn […]

Parent Tips for Setting Prom Rules! – Jada Collins

So, what’s a parent to do? There are so many questions to answer and some parents are not sure which way to turn. With the approach of prom season, many parents are concerned about the wellbeing of their teens. From sex and alcohol to parties and hotel room rentals, some teens and their parents […]