Instagram Tool to Combat Cyber-Bullying

With over 500 million active users, Instagram is one of the most popular apps for teens and young adults. And now, Instagram is making it easier to keep those teens and young adults safe. Recently, Instagram introduced the new "Restrict" ...

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What is the YouTube Kids App?

YouTube, a company owned by Google, launched the toddler-oriented video streaming app YouTube Kids in 2015. With over 70 billion video views since its release, the app's popularity is extraordinary and calls us to look at the safety measures ...

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CDC Finds Common Link in Vaping Deaths

Recently, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released an early report underlining the discovery of a commonality in the deaths caused by vaping-related illnesses. Lung samples taken from 29 patients found that every sample contained ...

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Talking to Your Children About Pornography

Having an ongoing conversation with your children about pornography is the best way for you to help them reject pornography. It is important to have these conversations early and often. There are three questions parents commonly have about talking ...

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WRAP Week 2019

Start the conversation about pornography - White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) starts Sunday, October 27. WRAP Week has historically brought together hundreds of national, state and local groups, along with driven concerned citizens ...

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Delivered

The following is an excerpt from the forward, written by Jason Evert, of the book Delivered. While pornography--and all sin, for that matter--leads to isolation, love draws us toward union. In fact, the virtue of purity draws us to a deeper ...

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Family Fun in the Fall

The falling leaves have begun and so has the season of gratitude. This autumn, celebrate your thankfulness by spending quality time with your family and friends. Family outings can be a great time to invite your kids' friends and use it as an ...

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Forgiveness of Brandt Jean

This viral moment stunned everyone who watched it. Many have been closely following the case of Botham Jean. Amber Guyger, a former Dallas police officer,  shot Botham Jean in September 2018 after mistaking his apartment for her own and ...

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Planned Parenthood On Your Screen

Abortion is becoming normalized in our culture. It is featured on movies and TV shows, presented as a safe and normal medical procedure that is "really not a big deal at all". And while we know this is not true, it is still discouraging to ...

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Newest Smart Phone Updates

A new iOS software update as hit iPhones and Apple Watches. If your child has an iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch, it is important to understand the changes that come with software updates. Many updates come with new privacy and sharing features that you ...

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Snapchat Is Not Harmless

You've probably heard it said that Snapchat is dangerous for young children and teenagers. Maybe you think it's the easiest way to communicate with teens using fun filters, pictures and videos. But whether your kids realize it or not, by ...

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Planned Parenthood Says 'No" to Title X

On Monday, Planned Parenthood announced they would no longer be receiving federal funding from the Title X program. This came after the Trump administration implemented a new rule stating that any clinic receiving funding from the Title X ...

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Students and Sleep

Now that school is back in session, the days of staying up late and sleeping until noon are over. It is time to get back into a routine. This includes a healthy sleep schedule. According the the Centers for Disease Control, 57.8% of middle ...

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The Importance of Family Dinners

Life is about to get busy. Evenings filled with homework and activities are just beginning. It can be hectic. In this chaos, it is important for families to take a break from the business and share a meal together. According to Dr. Anne Fishel, ...

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Letting Go of FOMO

When you start college, the "fear of missing out,"--or FOMO--is real. For the first time in college students' lives they are living independently of their parents. And with this independence, comes a multitude of options. There is always ...

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Campus Safety

Concern for the safety of college students has grown in light of numerous incidents and tragedies on college campuses. Ideally, a three-way partnership will do a great deal of good in ensuring the safety of college students: parents need to talk to ...

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How to Find Good Friends in College: Mary's Story

        It's been said you become most like the 5 people you spend the most time with. That idea is something that weighed heavily on my heart as I prepared to head off to college four years ago. ...

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Parenting During the College Transition

As a student prepares to leave for college, it is common for parents to worry about their son or daughter being on their own for the first time. Once your student leaves for college, it can become one of the most challenging times as a ...

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Encouraging Faith in College: Mary's Story

  As a recent college graduate, it's been almost 4 years since my parents dropped me off at college. I had been counting down the days to move-in day for months. My roommate and I had planned our room in ...

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Daughters and Dating

Many parents have seen a version of an "Application for Permission to Date My Daughter" as it is often shared on social media. For those who have not seen the application, it is a lighthearted joke that parents share to emphasize just how valuable ...

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