5 Great Bike Safety Apps Every Parent Should Get!
Today’s technological apps can make learning fun for your children. They are also equipped to keep your child safe whether they are navigating an open trail or traveling to and from school […]
How To Have The “Talk” .. With Your New Teen Driver
Driving is a privilege that your teen should never enter into lightly. However, with the right amount of education, communication and discipline for rules that get broken, you can ensure […]
How does a parent, grandparent, mentor or teacher model empowerment and confidence to the kids in their circle of influence?
The primary way anything is taught to children is through modeling. We show them the behavior we desire. From the time […]
10 Most Common Jobs That Risk Safety for Higher Pay
America’s job market definitely isn’t the most robust in the world right now, but luckily, it has shown improvement. This means that more and more people have finally been able to […]
In the blink of an eye, the world of a loved one can change. Life altering injuries can be a challenge to your household routine. If a family member sustained an injury in a car accident or was the victim […]
Learning Disabled Teens And Teasing – No Easy Answers
Parents, teachers, extended family and neighbors recognize the special challenges of those who love and teach learning disabled children and adults. They are usually sensitive, kind and giving as small children. Because […]
Surprising Dangers of Prescription Drug Dependency And Your Family
Lately, whenever you read the news, it seems that another Hollywood celebrity has just entered or just returned from rehab because he or she was addicted to prescription medication. Surprisingly, prescription drug […]
Teen Headed To College? 5 Off-Campus Housing Tips
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 30 percent of all first-year students live on campus, and an additional 27 percent live off-campus away from their parents. However, when college students are included, from […]