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Telling and tattling

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Swearing and bad words

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Emotional Muscle, Self-Esteem, and Exploitative Adults

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Sharing and taking turns

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Wondering why powerful men “act like pigs”

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Following up on bullying

Dear Kerry, My 11-year-old son is often bullied by another boy at school. His teachers always sit them down and get them to talk through the incident. But nothing changes. The other kid continues to harass my boy and I’m … Continue reading

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