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Summer Safety Tips for 2012
Is your family ready for a safe summer? Learn what you can do to keep everyone organized and safe during the summer time.
Teach Children How to Say No
From an early age, parents teach children to respect authority, as well as their elders. Yet by teaching children to respect authority and elders, unequivocally, and without question, is in reality setting up a child for exploitation. Teach children to say "No!"
Teach Children to Say No
Children need help in recognizing a potentially unsafe situation. Many children are not cognizant of the world happening around them.
Technology Keeping Kids Safe
Have you ever lost a child who was too young to know his or her name or phone number? Yet with technology evolving a digital camera or cell phone camera may be one of the best lines of defense to help your child if he or she is separated from you. Learn how this works.
Teen Alert and Parental Supervision
Just when you begin to relax as a parent, you realize that there is no resting point. Last week my almost 15 year old decided to take the dog for a walk. This is nothing new in our home, except she failed to come home in a timely manner.
Teen Party Safety Plan
Teens think they are invincible and may not recognize the dangers of being sexually assaulted at a party. Date rape drugs are dangerous and can be easily slipped into any beverage. Learn what to teach your teen before he or she goes out partying.
Teen Safety at Parties
Young men and women must be especially careful when they go out to parties, or social gatherings. Here are some safety guidelines to help keep every teen safe when out on the town.
Teen Safety When Partying
Does your teen know how to stay safe when partying? Read my article and learn how to keep your teen safe in peer pressure situations.
Teens and Electronic Ettiquette
Teenagers hang out at malls, chat on the phone, text their friends the latest news on their cell phone, and surf the web. Some teens create a MySpace or Face Book page, which allows them yet another way to socialize with peers. So how do we teach them proper electronic ettiquette?
Teens and Internet Laws
She is just 14, living in the north east, a typical teenager by many standards, yet soon the law may required her to register as a sex offender. At fourteen, you may wonder what she could have done to do face a lifetime as a registered sex offender. Many teens are doing the same thing, is your teen?
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