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Biggest Bully Apologizes

By Helice "Sparky" Bridges
Founder and CEO
Difference Makers International

"The deepest desire in the human spirit is the craving to be acknowledged."
-William James, Father of American Psychology

• Children who bully are more likely to come from home situations in which there is little warmth and litt ... Continue reading Biggest Bully Apologizes

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Bullying: The Other Child Abuse

By Gretchen Brant

As Jack and Brent worked together on a team project for their sophomore English class, Brent cracked a few filthy jokes. At first, Jack laughed and played along. Then Brent began to make sexual comments about Jack's mother. Jack tried to ignore it, but that only seemed to make Brent try harder to get a reaction. Jack complained about Brent to the teac ... Continue reading Bullying: The Other Child Abuse

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Making Wind Fun For Fearful Child: Sylvia Rimm on Raising Kids

By Sylvia Rimm

Q. We have a 6-year-old son who developed a fear of wind two years ago, after being caught in a sudden, intense storm while driving on the freeway. We thought it disappeared, but it has recently returned. We've told him that it's OK to be afraid of storms, but just because the leaves are moving is not a reason to be fearful. It's affecting his dail ... Continue reading Making Wind Fun For Fearful Child: Sylvia Rimm on Raising Kids

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