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Are female friendships more fragile?

Today’s parents are often highly invested in reducing sources of friction in the life of their children. So much this is the case that there is a term for the type of parent who clears away the obstacles in their children’s lives: “lawnmower parents.” These parents harass teachers on their children’s behalf, negotiate second chances …

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Bullying Prevention: Research to Practice

Introduction In Dr. Catherine Bradshaw’s 2015 article published in the journal of the American Psychologist (Link provided below), she offers us an understanding of the current state of bullying prevention programs around the nation, and around the world. The first point she highlights is the importance of bullying prevention. She notes the detrimental effects that …

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