Digital scams, fraud and hoaxes can seem real in ways that would never happen in the face-to-face world. Rest assured, Oprah doesn’t need your money or your social security number, but you need to be aware and informed to make sure you don’t become a victim.
As parents, we are nearly powerless to prevent our teens from dating, but we can help them be prepared to make better, healthier choices when they do. Educating them on sex, consent, risks associated with social media and drinking will open the lines of communication towards making wise choices.
Addressing sexual harassment starts with getting on the same page. Currently, men and women don’t have the same views of what constitutes sexual harassment, and it is imperative that they do.
When it comes to teenagers and picking friends, making poor choices can be as harmful as good choices can be beneficial. Help your kids avoid unhealthy relationships by understanding what good friends are and the lure of unhealthy friend choices.
Driving under the influence of marijuana is always unsafe and always illegal, yet 33% of teens and 27% of parents surveyed think it's legal in states where recreational use is permitted. Know the effects of marijuana and know what life with a DUI conviction is like before driving while under the influence or riding with [...]