Category Archives: Bullying
In the world of girls, their friendships, their social status, their thoughts are taken very serious within their social circles and when there is an imbalance, emotions can run very high. It is not surprising how they envelop themselves in … Continue reading →
Recently, I read the book “Odd Girl Out,” by Rachel Simmons which discusses how girls handle aggression and conflict in social situations. However, could we apply these same premises and definitions of aggression to women as well? According to Simmons, … Continue reading →
Happy Mother’s Day everyone! It has been a very busy time in my life and I have been way behind on my posts. The following was written back in February, however, I chose to wait to publish it until Mother’s … Continue reading →
A blog or so ago I asked how do we combat hatred? Again, there is not a clear cut answer. What happens when a parent is the target of hatred and hostility by other parents? If a child is exposed … Continue reading →
Here it is halfway through January 2013, the new year and I’m just now getting a chance to sit down and write something. Of course every New Year is dotted with the infamous “New Year’s Resolution.” Why should this year … Continue reading →
I have updated my blog. How do we overcome hate?
I chose to publish this blog entry today because the movie, “Bully,” had its nationwide release, (The Bully Project). I am still on the fence as to whether I will take my children to see the movie; however, I am … Continue reading →