Nothing ever really disappears from the internet – whether it’s a photo, a status update, or a tweet – so it’s important to have regular, open and honest conversations with your kids or students about safe ways to use technology.
Anger is one of those electrical emotions that all of us experience — some more often or more easily than others — and different things provoke us and rile us up. It can be a healthy emotion up to a point. But it can get out of control and have negative effects on yourself and others.
When it comes to people making justifications about their unhealthy actions, it can be difficult to see through these excuses or recognize them for what they are.
Today’s How I See DV perspective comes from Barbara Van Dahlen, named by TIME magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. She talks to us about where post traumatic stress, military and abuse meet.
Today, blogger Alex Iwashyna of Late Enough talks to us about how she sees DV as a complex issue, even for celebrities.