If you are under 18 in the United States, you are not legally an adult. This means that you have less legal rights than adults do about what is and is not your choice. However, you do have many legal protections for your safety and you do have many choices.
Category: Boundary Setting
In Kidpower, we have found that knowing something is not the same as being able to do it. This is why we encourage Positive Practice, so that people are successful in using skills in contexts that are relevant to their lives. It’s also why we address issues that get in the way, such as emotional […]
Kidpower’s vision is to work together to build cultures of caring, respect, and safety for everyone. The purpose of this article is to share some of the practices that our organization has found helpful in ensuring that email communications build positive relationships rather than turning into misunderstandings that can be devastating. Where would we be […]
“Wait! Please help me!” a woman called to me as she hurried across the secluded parking lot, struggling to carry her baby in an infant car seat. Darkness had fallen, and the lot was almost empty, though two other families of people I knew were close by and loading into their cars. Park rangers would […]