Child Abuse: Non-Abused Siblings Who Remain at Home A recent study identifies the nation’s most dangerous traffic intersection. It’s at Flamingo Road and Pines Boulevard in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The insurance company’s engineer who compiled the report notes that the
How We Can Help Kids Make Sense of Life’s Injustices Using Advice From A Dayton, Ohio Child Psychologist “Why did God take mommy to heaven?” asked Haley about the death of her mother due to a drug overdose. Her dad
We want to thank Daniel Pollack, a professor at Yeshiva University’s School of Social Work in New York City and a frequent expert witness in child welfare cases for sending an article he published “Homeschooling and Child Protection”, Policy &
Family Law Attorney John Meehling looks at a recent study by the Center on Children and Families at Brookings that says Cohabitation and not Divorce is now the greatest threat to the welfare of children in the United States.
Guest Contributor Gregory Ramey, Ph.D., examines if parents raising children with physical, emotional or developmental problems can cause unhappy marriages that eventually lead to a divorce.