Wednesday, April 08, 2015

41 Tips on Bully-Proofing Your Child Special Report

We all know that bullying exists and is having a disastrous impact on the health and well-being of our young people. What we need to know is what we can do about it so that every child is cherished and respected and has an opportunity to achieve their unique potential in a kind and affirming community.

What I want to do with my New  Report How to Bully-Proof Your Child is provide busy parents with a easily accessible reference guide that provides them with effective tips, tools and techniques to use to develop a bully proof child.

While it might be unrealistic to think that we can stop bullying completely we can do a great deal to give our children the necessary tools and techniques to master the art of verbal self-defence whenever and wherever they are confronted by bullies.

It is important to realize that people bully others because it works for them and we let them get away with it. If we can make it so it doesn’t work for them and we won’t let them get away with it we have a good chance changing this destructive behaviour.
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Something toThink About

A preschooler impressed his parent's guests with how well he could read. One of them asked the little boy how he learned to read so well at such a young age. The little guy replied, " I eat a lot of alphabet soup.

Positive thinking... Rain is a FREE car wash.

The doctor told me to give up red meat so there goes my ketchup.

Three Thought Provokers
We seem to have a cultural bias against getting older and looking it. MM

In our desire to give our children what we didn't have as a child we run the risk of not giving them the great things we did have. MM

Something in us dies when we lose the joy and excitement of living. MM
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