No, It’s Not Okay To Hate Kids

A discussion came up in one of my Facebook groups recently about people who hate children. Here was my comment: Hating children is no different than hating any other group of people It’s a reflection of where that person is. They have biases that are triggered by any number of things (upbringing, culture, trauma, etc...) … Continue reading No, It’s Not Okay To Hate Kids

The Skewed Reality of Family & Faith

“Charles sat quietly while I talked and didn’t say anything for a long time after. Then he said, “Are you angry that your parents didn’t put you in school?” “It was an advantage!” I said, half-shouting. My response was instinctive. It was like hearing a phrase from a catchy song: I couldn’t stop myself from … Continue reading The Skewed Reality of Family & Faith

Child Abuse Does Not Have To Be Physical

Child abuse is often thought of as having physical or sexual elements to it. So it may surprise you to find out that child abuse (or any form of abuse, for that matter) does not have to include hitting or any form of physical contact. My own experience does include instances of hitting, but that … Continue reading Child Abuse Does Not Have To Be Physical