Bullying

A Bullying Epidemic: Our Strategies Are Not Working – Single Dad, Parents Article

Bullying has been around forever, but it wasn’t until social media began being the standard in “news” that it became an epidemic. Every day, bullying is an issue in every school in every city in the United States and abroad. When many kids experience bullying, it blurs the lines between another kid, just giving another a hard time or bullying. At the middle school level, kids are more aware of bullying from social media. So, when they experience another, giving…

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Week 37 Around Here {2019} – Parenting Twins Article

“Mornings” by Carly Reading… Searching for Sylvie Lee on audio and finishing Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.  Searching for Sylvie Lee had me listening every minute I got the chance. It was really good.  Maybe You Should Talk to Someone was good (I loved all the psychology advice and the therapist’s perspective #totaltherapynerd) but it wasn’t a page turner like I thought it would be.  Just a 3 star book for me.Shopping… for new furniture on Saturday while our…

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Can You Handle Your Children’s 3,351 Conflicts? – Parents Article

Source: Jordan Whitt/Unsplash Few would argue that a second or third child adds to parental time pressures and stress. With the arrival of a new baby, previous routines go out the window. Many parents think that as children get older, their lives will become more manageable, easier. This is a misconception if only because they do not factor in other, less-talked-about aspects of sibling life—the jealousy, the vying for parental attention, the feelings of favoritism, the potential bullying, and the…

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Science Says Today’s Girls Are More Anxious Than Ever – Parents Article

Source: Sean-Kong/Unsplash Parents worry that their daughters constantly seem pressured and stressed. Turns out, most are. Studies show an alarming increase in the anxiety and stress experienced by girls starting at age 10 and through college. If you have a daughter, you know: They are under enormous pressure to do well in school, to be socially engaged and accepted, to look good — any one of which can at times cause what feels like crippling stress or anxiety.  According to…

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My Autistic Son’s Bully | Lies About Parenting – Parents Article

6 The dreaded worry of every parent–the bully. Sending my son off to school, I worry that my child will fall into the grasp of a mean kid. For my son, life is different. He has high-functioning autism spectrum disorder. He’s an easy target. My life is full of sensory overload, anger issues and my child’s inability to understand social cues. (Social cues are the way people look and act that tells the world around them what they’re…

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My Autistic Son’s Bully | Lies About Parenting – Parents Article

6 The dreaded worry of every parent–the bully. Sending my son off to school, I worry that my child will fall into the grasp of a mean kid. For my son, life is different. He has high-functioning autism spectrum disorder. He’s an easy target. My life is full of sensory overload, anger issues and my child’s inability to understand social cues. (Social cues are the way people look and act that tells the world around them what they’re…

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