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9 Habits of Empathetic Children

9 Habits of Empathetic Children

admin August 27, 2018 0

Did you know that empathetic children share nine habits that they developed? Empathy can be cultivated and we have work to do. Here are the 9 habits of empathetic children. I hope you join

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6 Ways to Inspire Kids Empathy To Make a Difference

6 Ways to Inspire Kids Empathy To Make a Difference

admin April 3, 2017 0

Raising Kids Who Think We, Not Me! REALITY CHECK: Volunteering and community service can be powerful in helping children realize that they can make a difference in their world. The experience can activate their empathy and help them

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10 Ways to Nurture Tolerance to Reduce Bullying

10 Ways to Nurture Tolerance to Reduce Bullying

Michele Borba October 4, 2016 0

How teaching children tolerance can curb bullying, peer cruelty and stop the cycle of youth violence REALITY CHECK: Did you know that today’s American youth are displaying intolerant actions at alarming rates-and at younger

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7 Ways to Nurture Tolerance and Acceptance in Kids

7 Ways to Nurture Tolerance and Acceptance in Kids

Michele Borba January 19, 2015 1

REALITY CHECK: Did you know that today’s American youth are displaying intolerant actions at alarming rates-and at younger ages? The FBI reports that most hate crimes are committed by youth younger than nineteen. The Associated

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Michele Borba: Week’s top 5 parenting news (it’s good, bad & ugly)

Michele Borba: Week’s top 5 parenting news (it’s good, bad & ugly)

Michele Borba June 14, 2010 1

It was an “interesting” week when it came to parenting stories. Findings from a Ohio State University study revealed how club membership may help reduce risky youth behavior. A new book out offers clues

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Students Playing “Beat the Jew” Lessons in tolerance

Students Playing “Beat the Jew” Lessons in tolerance

Michele Borba June 14, 2010 1

Most Disturbing Teen Activity: “Beat the Jew” Game La Quinta High School students have been in the news lately and now face disciplinary and possibly legal action. The problem: High school students participating in

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Michele Borba Blog: Sad Lessons from “Kick A Ginger Day” It’s time to boost youth tolerance and stop hate. Enough!

Michele Borba Blog: Sad Lessons from “Kick A Ginger Day” It’s time to boost youth tolerance and stop hate. Enough!

Michele Borba November 28, 2009 1

Last week a twelve year old red-headed boy was assaulted by a group of middle school classmates in Calabasas, California. As many as 14 students participated in the attack at A.E. Wright Middle School.

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