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When Your Child Is Bullied at School

I read a post on Super Mommy to the Rescue about her son being bullied at school, and wanted to share my daughter’s story of being bullied. It’s been going on all year, and I’m at my wit’s end on what to do. There’s a girl that has been spreading rumors about . . . → Read More: When Your Child Is Bullied at School

Empowering Children: Raising a Successful Child

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Empowering children to be successful in life is one of the biggest gifts we can give them. Empowering them to make the right decisions, everyday, will help them to be successful when they grow up.

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Empower Kids by Giving Them ‘Keys to Peace’ Well-Meaning Parents Often Fail to Teach Vital Values, . . . → Read More: Empowering Children: Raising a Successful Child

13-Year-Old’s Rap Talent Defeats Stuttering & Bullying- Lil JaXe Raps for Drake

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Thirteen-year-old Jake Zeldin, aka Lil JaXe, http://www.liljaxe.com , of Toronto is making headlines these days much like his idol Drake. This 13 year old’s rap talent defeats stuttering and bullying, and has become an inspiration for children across the world.

When JaXe – whose near-debilitating stutter disappears when he raps – free-styled flawlessly for . . . → Read More: 13-Year-Old’s Rap Talent Defeats Stuttering & Bullying- Lil JaXe Raps for Drake

Introducing ‘Captain McFinn and Friends’

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Meet Captain McFinn and Friends, an original, innovative, and educational book series designed to promote kindness and friendship for children ages 4-8. Children, parents, teachers, school administrators, and camp staff will all enjoy and benefit from this collection of books and activities which includes 3 hard and soft cover books, an activity book, sing-a-long . . . → Read More: Introducing ‘Captain McFinn and Friends’

New Children’s Book Deals with Autism, Bullying, and Friendship

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Every seven minutes a child is bullied. And for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder, he or she can be the victim of bullying once a week or more. It’s a tough subject, but psychologist Suzanne Breckwoldt, Ph.D., has decided to broach it gently in her new children’s book CRAIG MEETS DAVE And Learns . . . → Read More: New Children’s Book Deals with Autism, Bullying, and Friendship

Rise Against Video and It Gets Better Project

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RISE AGAINST AND IT GETS BETTER PROJECT ANNOUNCE COLLABORATION AND TACKLE BULLYING IN NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “MAKE IT STOP (SEPTEMBER’S CHILDREN)

Rise Against and The It Gets Better Project ® are proud to announce a collaboration in conjunction with the release of Rise Against’s new single, “Make It Stop . . . → Read More: Rise Against Video and It Gets Better Project

Bullying and The Autism Child

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I’m reading “A Regular Guy: Growing Up With Autism,” written by Laura Shumaker. I started it yesterday, and am already on Chapter 17. The only reason I have stopped, is because I have been moved so deeply by the last chapter that I read. I just needed to write about it.

Laura . . . → Read More: Bullying and The Autism Child

How to Protect Your Autistic Child from Bullying

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Many children with Autism Spectrum Disorder will experience difficulty in social settings—due to trouble interpreting a variety of social cues, as well as other factors. As it turns out, these issues can lead to a higher likelihood of bullying, which could in turn lead to even more profound psychological and developmental consequences for any . . . → Read More: How to Protect Your Autistic Child from Bullying

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