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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. “15.5 million children in the United States live in families in which partner violence occurred at least once in the past year.” – Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Violent Childhood Experiences and the Risk of Intimate Partner Violence in Adults, 2003. https://safehouse-denver.org/domestic-violence/information/children.html This static rattles me every time I report it. […]

West Bow Press featured The Bad Guys and Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe in their Author Solutions program.  Hats off to West Bow Press for caring about school violence prevention! http://www.authorsolutions.com/Our-Authors/Making-An-Impact/Julie-Federico/

Domestic Shelter Mobile Agency Resource

I want to introduce DomesticShelters.org.  There is nothing like being in a domestic violence relationship to make one feel isolated and without hope. Domestic Shelters is starting to give women hope in any zip code in North America.  A special thank you to the tech guys who made this dream a reality.  Shelters can be […]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Celebrate with a .99 cent copy of Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Have you got your copy of Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT yet?  For the month of October the price is only ,99 cents for the ebook. Ebook link: Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/148718 “True emotional intelligence is something recognized and respected but rarely taught and discussed, […]

The Bad Guys Featured on Blog Talk Radio

JD Holiday will be spotlighting The Bad Guys tomorrow on her blog talk radio show.  The Bad Guys will be read by Agy Wilson. Here are the show’s links for this coming Tuesday, 9-9-14 at  1 PM EST.  BLOG TALK RADIO: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rrradio/2014/09/09/its-story-time-on-red-river-radio-with-jd-holiday   Show’s site: http://itsstorytimeforkids.blogspot.com/2014/09/its-story-time-with-jd-holiday-cookies.html#.VAn5j8VdV8E

Abusers frequently have the following characteristics:

This information was shared by Abuse No More on Facebook.  It is a wonderful list, full of validation for those living with domestic violence. Abusers frequently have the following characteristics: Often blow up in anger at small incidents. He or she is often easily insulted, claiming hurt feelings when he or she is really very […]

New children’s book demystifies school violence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact: Marketing Services Tel: 1-866-928-1240 Fax: 812-961-3133 Email: pressreleases@westbowpress.com (When requesting a review copy please provide a street address) New children’s book demystifies school violence ‘Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe’ teaches children how to prevent, report school violence DENVER, Colo. – According to the […]

101 Great Sources for Domestic Violence Prevention

Today’s domestic violence resource link is made possible by Ryanne Gardiner Content Editor @SocialWrkDegree. 101 Great Sources for Domestic Violence Prevention: http://www.socialworkdegree.net/domestic-violence-prevention Ryanne has worked diligently to compile domestic violence resources from around the nation. I have not seen a more comprehensive list! Thank you to Ryanne for sharing the list and completing all of […]

Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe: Safety at school made easy

This link just went live last week. You can now place orders for your own copy of Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe. This book retails for $16.95, schools receive a significant discount. Group or school order call: 1-866-928-1240 Ex. 5022. No minimum order required. This book is part of the solution to the school […]

New Release March 2014

After 15 months in production Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe will be released in March by West Bow Press. This book is the second in my school violence prevention series. The Bad Guys was the first book, The Bad Guys is for readers in preschool to 3rd grade.  Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe […]