5 Ways to Help Your Family Member with PTSD

Don’t Give Up If you’re living with a family member who has PTSD, you’re at the frontlines of seeing the effects on your loved one. Sometimes, you might feel alone, scared, or confused. You might wonder how to help your loved one, or if there is anything you can even say or do to make […]

In Your Relationships, How Do You Communicate Your Needs?

Tips and strategies for building strong, healthy relationships and honestly expressing needs and emotions.

Why Family Courts Should Apply The Equality Principle[EP] to Custody Disputes

In some custody disputes parents are equally fit, other factors are not decisive, shared custody is ruled out, and the parental conflict is the only threat to children’s well‐being. There are no systematic principles to resolve these disputes. To fill this gap, introduce the Equality Principle[EP]. This principle may improve children’s well‐being, parental behavior, court efficiency, […]

Why is Black Hair A Punishable Offense at School?

After having read an article in the New York Times about an 11 year old girl being sent home because she was wearing hair extensions, I immediately became curious. This young lady happens to attend a private school in Louisiana.  One might expect or assume that this happens, most likely, in a public school. But […]