When Bruce and I were at the Grand Canyon, I honestly enjoyed the clouds more than the mile-deep craters that a person could fall into. I had no interest getting close to the edge of anything remotely high.
Bruce kept telling me there was nothing to worry about, while I stayed seated on park benches as he got closer to nature.
Later, we were in a Grand Canyon restaurant and gift store, and I saw a book for sale. Guess what it was called?
Over the Edge: Death in the Grand Canyon by Michael Ghiglieri Wow! I didn’t read it, but the title confirmed a few things for me.
That brings me to what I want to mention.
This month is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. And sometime average people under severe stress (and without needed supports) go over the edge and become abusive to their children.
Here are four scenarios that demonstrate how that can happen, and interventions. If you are interested in preventing child abuse, see what you can learn from these scenarios.
Love my readers, Nealie