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Soundgarden and RAACE Offer Fans A Chance to Win Autographed Guitar

4/21/2017

In support of National Child Abuse Prevention month, Grammy® Award-winning rock band Soundgarden and RAACE (Race Against Abuse of Children Everywhere), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to eliminating child sexual abuse, have announced a fundraiser in which fans will be given the opportunity to win an autographed, custom painted ...

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Online Child Shaming Discipline or Abuse

Online Child Shaming: Discipline or Abuse?

4/26/2017

Online child shaming is a relatively new to social media, but it’s been garnering a lot of attention and sparking plenty of controversy. The videos are popping up everywhere. In fact, if you search ...

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Teaching your child to say, "no".

Why “No” May be the Most Important Word in Your Child’s Vocabulary

4/21/2017

Of course it’s annoying to hear a “no” when you ask your son to clean his room or your daughter to turn off the TV and get ready for bed. But despite the battle ...

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Keeping Kids Safe Know the Warning Signs of Sexual Abuse

Keeping Kids Safe: Know the Warning Signs of Sexual Abuse

4/14/2017

April is child abuse prevention month, a time to acknowledge the importance of individuals, families and communities working together to stop the exploitation of children. When it comes to child sexual abuse, keeping children safe ...

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Online Child Shaming Discipline or Abuse

Online Child Shaming: Discipline or Abuse?

4/26/2017

Online child shaming is a relatively new to social media, but it’s been garnering a lot of attention and sparking plenty of controversy. The videos are popping up everywhere. In fact, if you search ...

read more
Soundgarden Logo

Soundgarden and RAACE Offer Fans A Chance to Win Autographed Guitar

4/21/2017

In support of National Child Abuse Prevention month, Grammy® Award-winning rock band Soundgarden and RAACE (Race Against Abuse of Children Everywhere), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to eliminating child sexual abuse, have announced a ...

read more

Teaching your child to say, "no".

Why “No” May be the Most Important Word in Your Child’s Vocabulary

4/21/2017

Of course it’s annoying to hear a “no” when you ask your son to clean his room or your daughter to turn off the TV and get ready for bed. But despite the battle ...

read more

Keeping Kids Safe Know the Warning Signs of Sexual Abuse

Keeping Kids Safe: Know the Warning Signs of Sexual Abuse

4/14/2017

April is child abuse prevention month, a time to acknowledge the importance of individuals, families and communities working together to stop the exploitation of children. When it comes to child sexual abuse, keeping children safe ...

read more

What you can do to keep your kids safer online

What you can do to keep your kids safer online

3/9/2017

The online world is a bit like the Wild West—exciting, new things are happening, but there are also some bad guys out there.  With children getting online at younger and younger ages using apps ...

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Life lessons you can learn from your kids

Life lessons you can learn from your kids

3/5/2017

Children spend a lot of time being taught—at school, at home, at activities. What you might not realize is that your kids also have a lot to teach you and the other adults in ...

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Why child safety is about more than stranger danger.

Why child safety is about more than stranger danger

2/20/2017

When you were growing up, you probably learned about stranger danger. The basic idea was that children should be taught to be wary of strangers to reduce the risk of being abused or abducted. While ...

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Movie night? Try these great picks for kids

Movie night? Try these great picks for kids

2/11/2017

For an inexpensive evening of family fun, try movie night. You can find movies in all kinds of places these days—on demand through your cable provider, on streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, or ...

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Try these creative ways to preserve your family memories.

Try these creative ways to preserve your family memories

1/23/2017

If you’re like most parents, you have enough photos, finger paintings, letters to Santa, hand print turkeys, report cards, and other memorabilia to fill several basements. But if all those memories are boxed up ...

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Are you enabling your teenager?

Are you enabling your teenager?

1/12/2017

Watching your children take their first unsteady steps or wobble down the sidewalk when you take the training wheels off their bike makes most parents want to run to the rescue. Of course you wouldn ...

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The life skills your child needs to be confident and capable

The life skills your child needs to be confident and capable

1/5/2017

There are a lot of things that we know how to do as adults, but sometimes we forget that someone had to take the time to teach us how to handle those tasks and responsibilities ...

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Home for Holidays

How to manage less than happy holidays

12/21/2016

The ads and magazine articles make the holidays look like the best time of year—happy families laughing and opening gifts, delicious meals, perfect decorations. But for many people, the holidays are actually one of ...

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Thanksgiving: A time for togetherness

Thanksgiving: A time for togetherness

11/16/2016

With all the shopping, cooking, travel, and festivities, it can be easy to lose sight of one of the best things about the Thanksgiving holiday. It’s that rare chance to get together and spend ...

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What is third child style parenting?

What is third child style parenting?

11/10/2016

A tale of two birthday cakes might be the easiest way to explain what third child style parenting is. My first child’s first birthday cake was made of grated carrot, whole wheat flour, apple ...

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What kinds of certifications and training should your nanny have?

What kinds of certifications and training should your nanny have?

11/7/2016

If you’re considering hiring a nanny to care for your children, as part of the interview process, you should find out what types of special training and certifications the candidates who are applying for ...

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What makes you a great parent?

What makes you a great parent?

10/30/2016

There’s a tongue-in-cheek cartoon that shows all the different kinds of parents—fun parents who let their children eat candy all day and scribble on the walls; strict parents who keep their kids sitting ...

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What are the signs of sexual abuse?

What are the signs of sexual abuse?

9/28/2016

You may think that child sexual abuse only occurs when an adult has sexual contact with a child, but the definition of what constitutes sexual abuse is actually quite a bit broader. Behaviors that are ...

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