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Coronavirus Tips

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Resources and Tips: Addressing Coronavirus with Children and Teens There are so many “teachable moments” surrounding the issue of the Novel Coronavirus. Like any news event whether it’s a global medical crisis, a natural disaster or terrorism, some children will…

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Thankful for Great Bullying Prevention Experts

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To honor my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving, of course, I wanted to share a few things that make me feel grateful. (There are tons more but my guess is that you may be thankful for short posts!) Talking with Parents During…

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Cell Phones and the Tangled Ball of #Bullying

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The most consistent piece of advice that experts give kids when they’ve experienced bullying behavior is tell a trusted adult. Actually, it’s our biggest piece of hope in this complicated issue that kids will survive and thrive if they get…

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