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Breaking The Silence On Sandusky

Out of 7.5 million reported cases of child abuse and neglect, 65,000 are sexually abused. The number is too large to be accepted and too small to be accurate. Each scandal involving a person of power reveals how children who have been raped or molested remain silent for years. Many cases go unreported for the lifetime of the victim. Matthew, ...

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Giving Money To Your Kids Only Teaches Them To Beg

If you understand the concept that money doesn’t grow on trees, it’s probably because you had to earn the money that you have. No one simply gave you money just because you asked for it, no doubt. If this is the case, then why do we continue to give money to our children who have done nothing to earn it? ...

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Ex Teacher Says Children Are Being Experimented On

Maria Keffler, a mother and former teacher of Arlington School districts states, “Arlington, your children are being experimented on.” A new type of human sexuality lesson is being taught to youngsters attending public schools, and it involves gender fluidity. It doesn’t matter if you want that lesson taught or not, you may not even know it’s coming to your own ...

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Business Ideas For A Stay-At-Home Mom

Anyone with children will agree that taking care of them is a full-time job. They require time, attention, and sacrifice—all of which must be done 24/7 and without sick days. There was a time when mothers could be at-home moms’ without worrying about working because their husbands paid all the bills. Today, this isn’t always the case. Women with children, ...

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Can Pop Culture Be A Useful Learning Tool?

We all love to bash popular “pop” culture. Whether it’s the newest song or television show, it always feels a bit high brow to dismiss something popular. However, things are popular for a reason and sometimes the reason is that it’s useful to society in one way or another. For example, a parent might search for teachable moments while watching ...

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The Sexism Double Standard

After 108 years of being a male-only organization, girls can now join a Boy Scouts’ troop. In 2018, girls were allowed to join the single-gender troops and starting this year, girls can begin to earn the coveted Eagle ranking once only open to boys. The first female-group is anticipated to make Eagle status by 2020. More than 77,000 girls have ...

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What Parents Need to Know About Bipolar Disorder in Kids

Bipolar Disorder, also known as “manic depression” was once thought not to affect children. It was formerly considered a complex mental illness with only an adult on-set. This was probably because the symptoms of bipolar disorder closely mimic or can actually concur with other child and teenage behavior problems such as ADHD and Conduct Disorder. Today current medical research clearly ...

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How to Be Better to Your “Better Half”

Remember when it was just the two of you, and every day was like a Honeymoon. Then before long, it was “and baby makes three” – and POW! everything changed! It is an unfortunate truth, that while having a baby is a miracle that tightens and cements a family as a unit, the pitter-patter of little feet, can also open ...

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Boy Dies After Receiving HPV Vaccine

You may have heard the news about a teen who died shortly after receiving the HPV vaccine due to Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM) — a side effect of the drug. Many anti-vaxxers, including people in support of vaccinations, have decided not to give this particular drug to their children as a result. Recently, Snoops refuted the claim that the HPV ...

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Protecting Our Kids From Bullies

According to stopbullying.gov more than 28 percent of students in middle school through high school grades admit to being bullied and 70 percent of students admit to observing it happening in their schools. That number seems low considering all the violence heard on the news each day taking place in the American school. It’s also alarming when parents share that ...

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