Psychology Series: What Is Narcissism?

Psychology Series: What Is Narcissism?

by Lisa Davis, May 13, 2019

Last month, we started our psychology series where we explore various ways partners, parents, and friends can be emotionally abusive. Oftentimes, most people don’t realize that they are in an abusive relationship until they leave or until they feel too trapped to end it. We want to shine a light … Continue reading

Why Youth Shelters Are Needed in Your Community

Why Youth Shelters Are Needed in Your Community

by Lisa Davis, May 6, 2019

You have probably driven past one of the Family Resources SafePlace2B shelters without realizing it. You’ve cruised past our 5th Ave. location trying to decide whether you should go to the gym or turned past our Union St. shelter while mentally planning dinner for your family. While the majority of … Continue reading

Filled under : Youth Homelessness
8 Healthy Relationship Resources for Teens and Young Adults

8 Healthy Relationship Resources for Teens and Young Adults

by Lisa Davis, April 29, 2019

Nearly half of all women and men have experienced psychological aggression by a romantic partner in their lifetime and 12 million women and men become victims of physical abuse, rape, or stalking by a romantic partner each year. Many relationships start out healthy, with micro-aggressions or problems that don’t seem … Continue reading

Filled under : Healthy Relationships
Psychology Series: What Is Gaslighting?

Psychology Series: What Is Gaslighting?

by Lisa Davis, April 9, 2019

The concept of gaslighting is often thrown around in pop culture, but most people aren’t certain what it means. Some people might know what gaslighting looks like in other relationships but not be able to see it in themselves. Others might understand the definition but not know how to identify … Continue reading

8 Young Adult Books for LGBTQ Teens and Allies

8 Young Adult Books for LGBTQ Teens and Allies

by Lisa Davis, April 2, 2019

We connect through stories. We share our experiences, build bonds with others, and validate our emotions and feelings. LGBTQ youth who are exploring their sexuality often turn to their peers, to media, and to books to feel understood. Fortunately, there has been an explosion in quality young adult books featuring … Continue reading

Filled under : LGBT
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