It’s a hard time to be a child and a scary time to be a parent. While it can be hard to detect when your child is experiencing issues at school or online, there are some common signs and symptoms of cyberbullying. In this article, we take a look at how you can identify those signs, and talk about what comes next.
Selfishness can be a good thing. No, not the conceited ego filled selfishness. You first, then you can take care of others and other situations. The tricky part is the self.
Was I a victim? Most would say yes. But playing the victim isn’t my thing.
Being human is good. I can’t lie to you and say everything is perfect. It’s not. But that’s how life works. That’s what being human is like. You win some, you lose some.
Social media certainly has its upsides, and has been proven to be a great way for kids to still be able to converse with their friends during the times of school closures and no sports, but it is far less regulated than the main stream media, and relevant to alcohol, this can be a very real issue.
Humanity continues to struggle with the painful realities of sexual violence and how to respond. Our responses to disclosures of sexual violence are critical. We have the ability to lead people down a path of destruction or a path of healing, based largely on how we react.
Even though alcohol is the most commonly addictive substance used in the United States, there are many facts about it you may still not know or be confused about. For example, have you ever asked yourself how long does alcohol stay in your system? Did you know alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction are different things?
A Life As A Human Interview: Project Village aims to support underprivileged women in Toronto using the love of bracelets, because being kind is always in fashion.
A deeply seated writers block was both a mystery and a source of frustration, but healing the cause – a sick message from childhood – led to enormous freedom.
By walking in my Dad’s shoes – by exploring his story – I healed my past and claimed my own path and my birthright – to be a writer and a teller of stories.