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Leader Nelson Mandela Was a Child Once

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(AP Photo/Peter Dejong) What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.” — Nelson…

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Michele Borba: Bullying Prevention and All Around Great Parenting Expert

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How does Dr. Michele Borba do it all? She’s an award-winning author of 23 parenting books, including The Big Book of Parenting Solutions, international speaker, educational consultant, parenting expert as well as a child and adolescent expert and a regular…

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Bullying Lesson: PR Professional/Dad Stepping Up To Help Another “Average” Dad in Crisis

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You’ve seen the story of James Jones and the infamous tirade on the Orlando school bus. Here’s another — and inspiring — part of the story. There are three lessons to learn from this episode: 1.) Never flip out on…

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When Parents Are Pushed to Protect Their Bullied Young

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Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy By now, almost everyone has seen this story. If you’ve ever had a child bullied, it’s hard not to sympathize with Mr. James Jones. His lack of self…

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