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It’s back to school time! But not back to bullying. Learn how parents of all races and incomes can immunize their children in Louise Hart’s back to school article.
“The Bullying Antidote focuses on solutions. Parents will evolve.” — Dr. Laura Markham
The Bullying Antidote is a well-researched resource for practical positive parenting skills that can help kids of all ages avoid the bullying dynamic forever. Now booking workshops for parents and teachers of pre-schoolers to teens!
“You can stop looking now. If you are looking for the definitive book on bullying, you have found it.” — Kristin L. Roush, Ph.D., Life Coach, Psychology Professor
If you’ve read a book that you think deserves some attention, here are 12 ways you can spread the word. Just pick one! (This post is linked up to The Bullying Antidote.)
This post was adapted from Elizabeth Wagele’s announcement for The Enneagram of Teens, a wonderful tool for helping young people build self-knowledge and understanding. Please check it out!
Some of the most inspiring efforts to stand up against bullying are sartorial.
It’s Bully Prevention Month — what are you wearing? Blue fingernails, pink shirts, guys in skirts—these have all been movements to stand up to bullying. Read more about it at Upstanders Stand Up in Style: Guest Post by Kristen Caven | OverDressed for Life. Originally from the Zorgos Reader.
When I hit ‘send’ on an email to the parent counselor that included a link to my ADHD blog, I did not expect it to show up, all of a sudden, on the high school yahoo group. There was a bug in my email program—or the yahoo group (I’m pretty techy and it still baffles me), and all of a sudden I, a trusted parent leader with eight months still to go in my elected office, felt like I was standing there in my proverbial underwear. Read the rest of this entry