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To The Parents of The School Bully: You Created This Monster

Tweet Huffington Post 9/30/2016 05:13 pm ET | Updated Oct 03, 2016 Amanda Redhead Mother, Nurse, Writer, Warrior Every school has at least one bully. The child that, no matter how vigilant the school is, finds a way to make other children miserable. Sometimes this child appears to have lovely, engaged parents and no one […]

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How To Listen So That Kids Will Talk About Bullying

Tweet Huffington Post 10/31/2016 11:16 am ET | Updated Nov 02, 2016 Signe Whitson Author; School Counselor In the last several years of working as a School Counselor and speaking with professionals, parents and students across the United States on the topic of Bullying Prevention, one of the observations that stands out to me the […]

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The Haunted House

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Significant Others

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Can You Handle The Truth?

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He Wasn’t Cheap, He Cared

Tweet My parents owned a bar and from the time I can remember which was about four years old I spent my time sitting on a bar stool. Most kids were playing with their friends or some toys that they had I was always talking to strangers and playing with beer boxes. It did have […]

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Stop Watching and Start Grooming

Tweet Why did our parents stand the test of time 50 years ago and stay married, and manage money so well? Why have the last 3 generations suffered so much financial difficulty, and been involved in one divorce after another? We observed our parents being financially responsible, and we observed our parents remaining married. The […]

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Stop Watching and Start Grooming

Tweet   Why did our parents stand the test of time 50 years ago and stay married, and manage money so well? Why have the last 3 generations suffered so much financial difficulty, and been involved in one divorce after another? We observed our parents being financially responsible, and we observed our parents remaining married. […]

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10 Ways To Build Any Relationship

Tweet 1. Listen without Interrupting 2. Speak without Accusing 3. Give without Sparing 4. Confront without Condemning 5. Answer without Arguing 6. Share without Pretending 7. Enjoy without Complaining 8. Trust without Wavering 9. Forgive without Punishing 10. Promising without Forgetting Well there they are 10 great ways to build any relationship. That is to […]

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Bitterness – Greed – Guilt – And Bullying

Tweet The word is out. Bullying will not be tolerated. Schools, communities, and society have now drawn the line. Students will be disciplined in school for it, employees and employers will be held accountable for acts of harassment and intimidation, and everyone must be on guard in terms of what they say and how they […]

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