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Safe and Secure

“Confident of harmony in relationships; free from fear of harm.”

“Feeling safe means you do not anticipate either harm or hurt, emotionally or physically.”

I remember as a child being wrapped up in my mother’s arms on a frosty winter morning.  1,211 more words

The Gap in Victims’ Rights and Protections

The gap fails to protect the victim.
When is the Victim of a Crime officially a Victim and afforded the Rights and Protections that Victims deserve?  565 more words

Stranger Danger vs. Friendly Fire

Who is more dangerous, the creepy stranger standing on the street corner or the relative/friend-of-the-family you’ve known and trusted your entire life?

I remember learning about “Stranger Danger” as a child.  654 more words


I ain't got no Wings

Glancing over to my left, I saw a young boy sitting with his hands tucked under his skinny legs, peeking at me through his long tangled hair, almost blocking my view of his sad green eyes. 981 more words


For The Summers Stuck At Home

A lot of use can’t wait for the summer to come. Warmer weather, vacations, the beach; the season is made for relaxing and enjoying yourself…but for the kids, the teens, and the young adults out of school for the summer, they’re anything but relaxed. 281 more words

Child Abuse Awareness Month Program

The annual Child Abuse Awareness Program was held at the Coleman Community Center in LaGrange, GA. Guest speaker, Katie Jo Ballard, Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Children and Families, emphasized the importance of communities being involved in the prevention of child abuse. 50 more words

Twin Cedars

Child Abuse Article (Healing in Prevention)

We are nearing the end of Child Abuse Prevention month and Sexual Assault Awareness. I had the honor of being a part of an important article written in… 52 more words