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The Truth About Why Victims Don’t “Just Leave” Their Abuser
10/06/2020

If you know a friend or family member in an unhealthy or abusive relationship, it may feel natural to tell them to “just leave.” After all, you’re looking out for your loved one and want […]

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Smart Toys: What Parents Need To Know
09/15/2020

In today’s world, we are more interconnected than ever. Our smart phones provide unlimited access to nearly everything: basic phone calls and texts, social media, banking, GPS, online shopping, and more. Over the last decade, […]

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Popular Netflix Film Romanticizes Kidnapping and Sexual Assault
07/30/2020

The Polish film premiered on Netflix in June 2020 and is based on the bestselling novel, 365 dni, written by Blanka Lipinska. The film, titled 365 Days, is categorized as an erotic drama and is […]

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How the LGBTQ Community Experiences Abuse in Different Ways
06/23/2020

When you think about the terms “domestic violence” or “intimate partner violence,” what comes to mind? Probably a male abuser and a female victim, because that is what we typically see on the news, in […]

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IoT Devices May Pose Threat for Domestic Violence Victims
05/29/2020

In today’s world, we are more connected than ever. Our smartphones give us unlimited access to nearly everything: basic phone calls and texts, social media, banking, GPS, online shopping, and more. Whatever you need, there […]

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How Parents Can Recognize and Respond to Stress in Their Children During COVID-19
04/20/2020

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 may be causing families to feel many strong emotions, such as helplessness, fear or worry. It can be an overwhelming time for many parents and caregivers, including those who are […]

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Creating Balance While Working Remotely
03/18/2020

Many of us are transitioning from a traditional office setting to working from home. This disruption of routine can make work/life balance a bit tricky, especially with kids and pets in the mix. It may seem overwhelming at first, but we can be proactive and take steps to manage these challenges. Here are some tips on how to help achieve professional and personal balance. 

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Teens and Technology: What Apps Are They Using?
03/10/2020

1 in 4 teens is harassed or abused through technology. Tweens, teens and young adults use ever-changing technology to communicate and connect. We’ve listed the top trending apps in our article.

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Navigating the Conversation with Kids: When Public Figures Commit Sexual Abuse
02/11/2020

With recent media coverage of prominent figures in our community committing, being accused of, or found guilty of sexual abuse, you may be wondering how to address it. This news can be shocking to adults […]

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Child Custody: Rights of Unmarried Mothers in Ohio
11/07/2019

Sometimes in unhealthy or abusive relationships, a child’s father will threaten to “take the child” from the mother, and tell her that she can’t do anything about it. For parents who are unmarried, this is […]

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