Safety: Are You Being Careful Enough?

Safety: Are You Being Careful Enough?

By Anise Smith I live in a big city and although it’s a big city, I can honestly say that I’ve never really felt unsafe. Even when growing up in a neighborhood that was in one of the roughest areas of the city, I still never felt as if I was unsafe. I think this […]

A Guide to Modern High School Parties, Tips for Parents and Teens

A Guide to Modern High School Parties, Tips for Parents and Teens

High school parties today are nothing like they were when you were a kid. I can say that with confidence, because I started high school ten years ago. I know what kids get up to, because a very short time ago, I was one. Today’s high school parties are essentially Roman orgies but with a […]

Spicie’s Holiday Party Safety Tips

Spicie’s Holiday Party Safety Tips

By: Carrie Eckles The holidays are the time of getting together with your friends and/or loved ones, and subsequently for many people, drinking, because you got together with your loved ones. Sometimes that drinking is celebratory and other times it is “Oh dear Lord get me through this night and these insufferable people!” style drinking. […]

There’s a Stranger in Your House…

There’s a Stranger in Your House…

By: Tracy Madlener There’s a Stranger in Your House… … and he’s showing your child everything and anything, age appropriate or not, with videos and pictures that can be quite graphic.  There are conversations between child and stranger and enough information is provided by the child to the stranger and then given to the rest […]

Stop Bullying In The New Era Of Hate

Stop Bullying In The New Era Of Hate

By: Amanda Fox Bullying has, according to some analysts, reached epidemic proportions. It’s hard to argue against this as we see more and more cases of teen suicides that stemmed from bullying than ever before. Perhaps it is that they are being reported more often, or it is possible that it has grown to become […]

Are You Prepared If Your Child Goes Missing?

Are You Prepared If Your Child Goes Missing?

By: Amanda K. Fox Each year in the US, nearly 800,000 children under the age of 18 are reported as missing. That breaks down to about 2,185 children each day or about 91 missing children per hour. Keep in mind, this is just in the US, not worldwide. Worldwide statistics are very rough estimates at […]

Personal Safety Tips For Women On Campus

Personal Safety Tips For Women On Campus

By: Heather Jabusch   One in four women will be sexually assaulted during their four years of college according to The Women’s Personal Safety Network. As a woman that lived on campus, I can remember being nervous on college grounds. Simple tasks like returning from a late night at the library or walking back to […]