Julie Federico

JULIE FEDERICO

PREVENTION EXPERT, SPEAKER, AUTHOR, TRAINER

God Made Me Black Because He is Creative

Order your copy of God Made Me Black Because He is Creative: A Child’s First Book on Race Relations here! Order the book: Paperback  Ebook  As the summer of 2020 unfolded and I saw so many adults moving to the wrong side of the fence on appropriate race relations views  I was taken back.  I thought …

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5 Simple Ways to Ensure Your Kids Are Safe When Playing Video Games by Nora Hood

Some very important information from guest blogger Nora Hood. Online gaming has become as prevalent as cell phones today, especially for young kids and teenagers. It’s the parents’ responsibility to make sure that their kids are making good decisions about their online safety. Most parents’ fears include excessive screen time, talking to strangers online, and cyberbullying. Part of a parent’s …

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Surviving and Thriving: Advice for Escaping and Beginning Anew after Domestic Abuse

Tools for leaving a domestic violence relationship.

Anger is Okay Violence is NOT on Blog Talk Radio

Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT is a book for children struggling with tantrums. I wrote this book for toddlers experiencing anger problems and for caregivers looking for ways to control anger. In the book, positive ways to control anger are discussed. Anger is present, anger is powerful it is important to guide children on …

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It’s a Family Affair with Children’s Author, Julie Federico

Tonight it is a great pleasure to welcome Children’s Author, Ms. Julie Federico M.A. with her award-winning children’s books; aimed at teaching a child knowledge of their body and also safety in their personal life. It’s never too early to begin reading to your children and these vibrantly illustrated books are a terrific resource to engage a …

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How to prevent child abuse

Age four is the average age that children are first approached by perpetrators. Most perpetrators are family members or close friends. These perpetrators are not found on the America’s Most Wanted website. The good news is with a little education you can train your children to resist unwanted touch. Perpetrators are typically intimidated by educated …

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Hope for domestic violence victims in a pandemic

Children, domestic violence and the pandemic

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