Many thanks to a dear friend for posting this on her Facebook page. Where a safety pin to show you are … Continue reading Wear a Safety Pin
Found these posts on the Twitter page of a mutual follower. Putting the number of sexual assaults in perspective and ways … Continue reading Perspectives on Sexual Assault and Ways to Help
An article by VAWnet.org talks about reconnecting and reunifying families after child sexual abuse. The topic itself can bring up intense … Continue reading Reconnecting
How online safety experts keep their kids safe. Continue reading Tips to Keep Kids Safe Online
Federal statistics on sexual assault may be understated. According to a Huffington Post article, because of the differences in the way sexual … Continue reading Federal Estimates may be Understated
Saturday night I performed my revised show for the first time in front of a good sized audience. There were … Continue reading Statistics on Violence & Recidivism
The World Health Organization recently came out with a study called INSPIRE. The study outlines seven strategies for ending violence … Continue reading Violence to children can be prevented.
Why do we wait for someone one to be hurt before we take steps to prevent sexual assault? “It wasn’t … Continue reading Why do we wait for someone to be hurt?
My favorite strategy in this article on how a sex addiction expert teaches his kids, is spontaneous conversations. A good short read. Continue reading Spontaneous Teaching Moments
A 2014 study written by James Fearon, a Stanford political scientist, and produced by the Copenhagen Consensus Center for use by the … Continue reading Domestic Violence Bigger Than Civil War