Monthly Archives: September 2014

What is consent?

By Michelle Scheu As I read Emily’s latest post about rape culture, I started thinking about the concept of consent. Consent is the basis of all healthy relationships, but especially sexual relationships. People often assume that the absence of the … Continue reading

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By Emily What do you think of when you hear the word rape? Many people only think of rape in the most stereotypical terms: a man jumps out at a woman from a dark alleyway when she’s walking home or … Continue reading

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“Please and Thank You!”

By  Liz Wine September is Children’s Good Manners Month. Manners can be a difficult concept for children to master, so today I want to share with you some tips to work with children on manners! –Use role play with your … Continue reading

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Recovering from Addiction

By Dee Marsh Addiction to alcohol and drugs has been recognized as a disease by the American Medical Association since 1956.  However, many in the throes of addiction and their families still struggle with the idea that addiction is a … Continue reading

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