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You Can be a Cool Kind Kid Series - 1 - What is a "Cool Kind Kid?"

What is a “Cool Kind Kid?”Hi, boys and girls! My name is Barbara Gilmour, and this story is about being a Cool Kind Kid. Do you know what a Cool Kind Kid is? Would you like to find out? The Cool Kind Kid story starts with my grandson, Tanner. When Tanner was nine, he talked [...]

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​GUEST BLOG POST by Laura Pearson

Adolescent Anxiety – How to Help Parents and Teens CopeTeens who experience regular anxiety attacks are unusually physiologically sensitive to external stimuli, experts say. When you’re the parent of an anxiety-prone teen, you have to teach your child that anxiety attacks will happen—no matter what—despite his or her wishes that they not occur. Usually, it’s difficult for children of this age [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - October 23, 2017 - October 29, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS FROM BARBARA In this last week of National Bullying Prevention Month, I want to stress how easy it is for a child to be hurt by bullying, all while under the watchful eye of a teacher, coach or parent. Often the victim is too afraid to let [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - October 16, 2017 - October 22, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS FROM BARBARA We are now in the third week of National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Research is showing that bullying is starting in preschool, as young as age 3. That means children have to be taught how to get along with one another at a very [...]

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Guest Blog Post - Tina Nocera, Founder Parental Wisdom

Time to start new traditionsOctober 29th, 2017Planning the perfect costume, only to have your child change his/her mind two days before. Pulling the kids off the ceiling from the incredible sugar rush as they ate their way through their trick or treat bag. Rushing out of work in your Kohl’s holiday sweater with the [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - October 9, 2017 - October 15, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS FROM BARBARA We are now in the third week of National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Research is showing that bullying is starting in preschool, as young as age 3. That means children have to be taught how to get along with one another at a very [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - October 2, 2017 - October 8, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS FROM BARBARA NATIONAL BULLYING PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH STARTED YESTERDAY. Let's join Stomp Out Bullying by wearing blue today to stand with them on their national Blue Shirt Day. Learn how you can get involved: http://bit.ly/2x29HY3. There are lots of ideas and suggestions of things [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - September 25 - October 1, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS BY BARBARA Kids who greet and smile at others, offer a word of encouragement, ask how they are doing, and offer a compliment will get along better with peers and have more friends. Encourage kids to keep relationships positive and watch the bullying decrease. #ANTI-BULLYINGTIPSFORKIDS [...]

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Making the Case for Social Skills to Combat Bullying

Making the Case for Social Skills to Combat BullyingBullying today has reached epidemic proportions, no matter where we are in civilized society. Many of the laws, policies, programs, and agendas designed to deal with or prevent bullying are not working.Let’s explore some common truths about our society. I am sure that all of you have experienced rudeness at some [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - September 18 - September 24, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS FROM BARBARA  With school back in session in most places, and a huge number of kids riding the bus to and from school, its important to stress that bullying can be prevented by older kids caring about and watching out for younger kids, obeying and driver, and following [...]

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