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Teachers and other adults in a child's life develop important relationships with children and can be the first to observe changes that could indicate abuse. Professional intervention is critical to a child’s well-being.

For today’s busy and stressed families, finding quiet time to decompress is not always easy. And as we go from a jam-packed work or school day to a busy homelife, sometimes the anxiety lines blur.

The door creaks open, and a strobe light pulses in the background. Curious kids crane their necks to see inside before jumping back in terror as a big guy in a hockey mask charges at them with a roaring chainsaw.