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BOOK REVIEW: Know My Name by Chanel Miller

Chanel Miller In 2015 the Stanford rape case made national headlines and captivated social media, causing many debates on-campus rape culture, drinking, and consent. Media outlets fixated on Brock Turner’s swim records, economic background, and career potential, bringing [...]

2020-05-11T20:09:24+00:00By |

BOOK REVIEW: Care Package by Sylvester McNutt III

In Care Package, Sylvester McNutt III digs deep through personal stories to uncover pain, forgiveness, abuse, and moments of fear. Throughout the chapters, Sylvester tackles some of life’s biggest hurdles: shame, guilt, letting go, codependency, lack of purpose, people-pleasing, setting boundaries, [...]

2020-01-24T23:54:27+00:00By |

BOOK REVIEW: I Said No

by Zack & Kimberly King Book Review How do you teach children about body safety? What are healthy boundaries? And how do you communicate healthy boundaries with a child? How do you explain inappropriate behavior? Can a child understand what [...]

2020-03-02T22:32:53+00:00By |

BOOK REVIEW: The Invisible String

by Patrice Karst Book Review Liza and Jeremy are twins who are awakened during a thunderstorm and go to their mother for comfort. While putting them back to bed she reassures her children that they are safe, loved and [...]

2019-06-05T19:44:26+00:00By |

BOOK REVIEW: The Gift of Fear

How do we protect ourselves from the threat of violent behaviors? According to Gavin De Becker, we are all experts of predicting violent behavior. De Becker shares his knowledge and perspective on the gift of fear in this empowering book. [...]

2019-06-05T20:24:03+00:00By |

VIDEO REVIEW: Understanding Empathy

What is empathy? How is it different from sympathy? Is it even important? Brene’ Brown, the vulnerability researcher, breaks down the essential steps to provide empathy in this animated video.  These steps help address the complication of understanding and practicing [...]

2020-07-20T22:14:51+00:00By |
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