Hide & Seek Should Be Fun.

Via Kate Bartolotta
on Jul 27, 2012
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But some children play to be invisible.

According to ChildHelp:

This is a problem that won’t go away until we talk about it.

If you are a parent who struggles with your anger, ask for help. If you were abused and are concerned about passing the legacy on to your own children, ask for help. If you suspect children you know are in an abusive situation, get help.

Children are meant to be seen and heard—and loved.

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About Kate Bartolotta

Kate Bartolotta is a wellness cheerleader, yogini storyteller, and self-care maven. She also writes for Huffington Post, Yoga International, Mantra Yoga+ Health, a beauty full mind, The Good Men Project, The Green Divas, The Body Project, Project Eve, Thought Catalog and Soulseeds. Kate's books are now available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com. She is passionate about helping people fall in love with their lives. You can connect with Kate on Facebook and Instagram.


4 Responses to “Hide & Seek Should Be Fun.”

  1. Mamaste says:

    Just intro'd on FB to: Family & Enlightened.

  2. elizabeth says:

    every ten seconds, yes.
    unthinkable, when one considers the consequences endured for each single case.

    thanks for raising awareness on this, kate.

  3. Thanks, Elizabeth. Yes, and even more unthinkable if you take into account the amount of abuse that isn't reported.

  4. Both are equally reprehensible, so the effort to find moral equivalence only finds immoral or at best amoral equivalance. Thank you for labeling Colmes and Robinson as the nuts they are by association with the Westboro Baptist nuts. Neither extreme is acceptable.