March 11, 2016
reliving past

Reliving the Past

Each of us has unhealed childhood wounds that affect how we parent. When our child doesn’t make the baseball team or isn’t asked to the school […]
February 26, 2016
complete 180

Complete 180

As a young kid, I was picked on pretty mercilessly by my peers, about anything from my short hair to my crooked teeth. I would purposefully […]
January 15, 2016
Finding Hope

Finding Hope

On Dec. 11, 2012, my life changed forever. My family and I became unfortunate members of the worst club in the world: survivors of suicide. Our […]
January 14, 2016

Light through the Darkness

Minute with Mom By//Kimberly Cabral Over a year ago, I was sitting at my desk coming up with this past year’s editorial calendar.   When I […]
January 11, 2016

In Times of Tragedy

Minute with Mom By   // Lin Sue Cooney   As a TV news anchor, I’ve been asked how I handle telling my children about tragedy. I’m […]
January 8, 2016

Parent Monitoring and Support Keep Kids Safer

When kids are singled out and bullied, it sets the stage for social isolation and feelings of worthlessness. With the digital age, bullying is no longer […]
December 18, 2015

Alcohol and Drugs Magnify Suicide Risk

Parents often ignore teen drinking, dismissing it as a rite of passage, but drinking alcohol puts people of all ages at greater risk for suicide. “As […]
December 5, 2015

Hope And Healing

A look inside the chemistry and causes of Suicide. Each day, an average of 12 young people commit suicide in the United States, leaving behind devastated […]
November 6, 2015

The Unseen Bruises of Bullying

  It can be downright overt, like a fist in the face when you don’t hand over the answers to yesterday’s math homework. Or sneaky, like […]
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