Five Questions To Ask Yourself To See How You Are Doing in Parenting Your Children in The Area of Sexual Assault Prevention Education

Being actively involved in a child’s life can make warning signs of child sexual abuse more obvious and help the child feel more comfortable coming to you if something isn’t right. If you see or hear something that causes concern, you can take action to protect your child. These five questions, in various forms, have […]


9 Ways Shame Breathes Into the Lives of Our Children

The Merriam Webster dictionary defines shame as, a painful emotion caused by consciousness of guilt, shortcoming, or impropriety. Dr. Brené Brown defines shame as the intensely painful feeling that we are unworthy of love and belonging. As a woman who lived in Egypt all my life, shame is that one thing that if people discovered […]