Tag: Children

How to Talk to Your Children About Guns

Gun violence remains as much of a problem as it is a topic of debate. Regardless of partisan lines and legal beliefs, one thing is for sure: it’s important that parents take the time to talk to their kids about guns. Thousands of children are unintentionally injured or even killed every year by guns, and Read More…

Is a Social Media Curfew a Good Idea?

Curfews have been around forever; most kids have a certain time when they’re expected to be home. And in some areas, that curfew is even enforced legally. There’s even something of a curfew on cable television, as some television shows with more adult-centered content are only allowed to be shown after a certain time, when Read More…

How to Teach Children to Use the Internet Safely

The internet is an important part of our everyday life. No matter who you are, it’s likely that you use the internet every day — whether you use it for work, play, or both. Over half the world’s population has internet access. That’s a whopping 4.1 billion people worldwide. The internet is an easy, simple Read More…

Is Your Baby Name Unique?

Choosing your baby’s name is an extremely important decision, and one that will impact the rest of their life. More often than not, they’ll carry that name with them for the rest of their lives, and so many people want to give their baby an extremely unique name. No more Jane or John; people are Read More…

Preparing for Divorce When Your Husband Is Cheating

People have been cheating on their partners for thousands and thousands of years. Many of the great leaders of ancient civilizations committed infidelity, and there are even myths from very early history that involve infidelity. Though many things have changed since then, one thing remains the same: it’s still incredibly painful to learn that you’ve Read More…

How to Learn More About Your Kids’ Friends’ Parents

It’s important that your kids get to play with other people around the neighborhood. Playing with the kids they go to school with will result in stronger friendships, and it’ll make going to school every day a little less of a chore. It’s great for you, too — you’ll be able to make more connections Read More…

10 Tips on Getting Through a Messy Divorce

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes…well, it doesn’t always work that way. According to the CDC, for every 1,000 people, 6.8 get married, and 3.6 get divorced – that’s more than 50%! If you’re headed for divorce, and don’t know what to expect (who does?), here are some tips to help you get Read More…

Paying Respect To The Victims From Aurora, Colorado

It’s been one week since the senseless tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. Over the last few days we’ve heard horrifying details about an event we will never understand. We’ve listened, watched and grieved together. When we hear a distressing story, our first thought is often: “Why?” We want the world we live in to make sense, Read More…

3 Ways PeopleFinders Can Help You Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer

Your kids just can’t wait. School is about to end, and young people everywhere are determined to have the time of their lives. Summer is a glorious time for children. Parents want to do everything possible to keep their kids safe, but it’s simply not possible to watch them every second of the day. There Read More…

Getting To The Core Of Middle Children’s Day

Do you have older and younger siblings? Does it make you uncertain about your place in the family? Have you ever felt like you received less time and attention? If you’re feeling “stuck in the middle”, then we’ve got the perfect day for you. August 12 is Middle Children’s Day. It’s a 24-hour event for Read More…