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Talking about issues like smartphones, eating disorders, Snapchat, video games and sexting with teens can be scary and complicated. But it does not have to be! Axis has created guides to help you understand the things teens face and how to have real conversations without intimidation. Click HERE to view the Axis Parent Guides!

According to Marripedia, children raised in intact families tend to be healthier, have better access to health care and exhibit less emotional and behavioral difficulties as compared to children raised in non-intact families. However, the percent of married-parent families has significantly declined over the past 50 years, while the proportion of divorced, cohabiting and single-parent families

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The newest Netflix original series, Big Mouth, is scheduled to release on September 29, 2017. Be advised, the agenda presented is vulgar and repulsive. According to concerned mother, Rebecca Smith, Netflix has proven willing to operate in a gray area where anything goes. Click HERE to read Smith’s full review of the new show targeted at teens.How can you be a pro-active,

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  Setting goals, personal or professional, is a great way to lead a purposeful life. Many times these goals include things like buying a house, maintaining a successful career or saving for retirement. But what about setting goals as a parent? Here are a few questions for parents (or soon to be parents) to consider

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This month, the American Academy of Pediatrics warned against the consequences related to tattoos and piercings. Researchers suggest that both parents and doctors should talk intentionally about the dangers of tattoos and piercings with teens and young adults. By starting the conversation early, teens are aware of the dangers before they are able to make decisions about

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When Ashley Bever asked to see her 11-year-old child’s sex education curriculum the instructor was reluctant. Bever told WORLD Magazine of her shock as she read what was being taught in the San Diego public school that her daughter attended. Several times the curriculum, Rights, Respect, Responsibility, instructs middle school students that they can self-refer to a clinic “like

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Results from the “International Sex Survey” revealed how people incorporate and rely on technology to shape their sexual experiences and habits. The international survey conducted by the Kinsey Institute and Clue (an overseas company that promotes using technology to track women’s cycles) revealed 34% of Americans admit to using a mobile app to find sexual partners

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For parents maneuvering their way through the thick fog of pornography, it can be easy to fall into despair and negativity. Parents can be angry and guilty by the fact that their child has viewed porn while the child too is ashamed and fearful of seeking counsel and healing from his or her parents. However, Protect Young Minds advocates a

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Join us in attending the Child Protection League event, Hijacking Their Minds, on September 26, 2017 in Bloomington, Minnesota. Learn from expert speakers Stella Morabito and Dr. Karen R. Effrem as they unmask the radical, child endangering trends in education. The event will discuss how ‘safe schools’ and social emotional learning (SEL) indoctrinate our children. Click HERE to register before

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When was the last time you told your child “no” when they asked for something in the store, or advised him or her to wait before clicking the “purchase” button? As parents of teens with over  $258 billion a year in disposable income, what can we do to help them counter this culture of consumption and instant

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