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Parents can encounter a steep learning curve about how to best support a child in the aftermath of a rape. Here are the stories of two families as they've navigated immense challenges and sought justice and healing.
Here are some tools to help parents and students decide if a school is sufficiently addressing safety and responding appropriately to reports of sexual misconduct.
In a video that went viral over the weekend, Wayman Gresham speaks out against embarrassing kids in public as a way of enforcing discipline.
It's like teaching them to look both ways before crossing the street. Reading privacy policies for apps is about learning basic safety tips in the Internet Age and gives parents an opportunity to teach kids about responsibility and self awareness on the Web.
Indian Muslim brides and grooms stand in line to register themselves during a mass marriage ceremony for more than 80 couples of various religions in Kolkata, India, Feb. 14.
Births among American women aged 20 to 29 are at 'the slowest pace of any generation of young women in US history,' says a new study by the Urban Institute. What's behind the decline?
In her family's journey toward minimalism, a mom calls in an expert to help with the effort to settle their new home. How can they discard the final bits of clutter and open the door on a new way of living?
One mom finds that her love for poetry is passed along to her kids as she falls in love again with the simplest stanzas.
Each April, National Poetry Month celebrates some of the most lyrical written words. It's valuable to take a recess to consider the humble origins of a child's understanding of poetry.
Caring for others less able can challenge even the strongest of us, but the work of Jean Vanier challenges us to view what blessings can be found in unselfed giving.
Parents who consider the advice about not being their kids' friends might want to re-think that approach. What traits from close friendships should you share with your kids?
Despite the warnings about excessive screen time for kids, one mom realizes that her sons flourish as they weave characters they see on television, in movies, and in video games into their own imaginative play.
How do we work with kids to set goals? A school in Arizona set an example when hundreds of students finished a half-marathon, and a fitness blogger and coach offers advice on helping kids take the first steps towards setting goals.
The famed little league pitcher is addressing obscene Twitter name-calling with outright forgiveness for a cyberbully.
Ashley Judd is speaking out against cyberbullying. In a poignant essay, she speaks out against those who have targeted her online, in an effort to shift the discussion toward healing. Teens can take away some valuable lessons from what she has to say.
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