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The severe outcomes of Bullying and how to prevent them

November 4, 2014
Posted by Gabrielle Alan

In the aftermath of several tragedies that have made bullying a prominent matter in America, it was clear harassment in schools by a child’s peers was no longer just a rite of passage. Previously, we discussed the signs of bullying in children in terms of the physical symptoms and unexplained behaviors they might exhibit. In […]

Have a safe Halloween this year

October 28, 2014
Posted by Gabrielle Alan

More than 40 million children will trick-or-treat nationwide. For today’s children, Halloween has become less about ghosts, ghouls or monsters and more about wearing the best costume and collecting the most candy. Did you know that twice as many child pedestrians are killed on Halloween night than on any other night of the year? Between […]

Domestic Violence isn’t Always Physical: The other forms of abuse you should know about

October 21, 2014
Posted by Gabrielle Alan

What comes to mind when you think about domestic violence? Most people associate physical violence as the main form but in reality, domestic violence encompasses many types of abuse. While the definitions differ in severity, they are all equally dangerous and no one deserves to experience them. Explore this section to learn about the different […]

Knowing the signs of an abusive relationship

October 14, 2014
Posted by Gabrielle Alan

If someone close to you became involved in an abusive relationship, what would it look like? Better yet, if you became a victim of domestic violence, would you recognize the red flags and be able to reach out for help? We discussed the statistics of domestic violence last week, but simply knowing the numbers isn’t […]

How universities can support victims of sexual assault

October 10, 2014
Posted by Gabrielle Alan

In 2013 a student at Amherst College, Angie opened up about being raped on campus, speaking about the emotional toll it took on her and how the school mishandled her case. As this case gained attention across the nation, the press started to pick up on other cases and so began a national conversation about […]

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