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Circle of Respect: Are you involved? (Includes my story of bullying + bully insights from an expert)

The information below was provided by West Glen and Circle of Respect.* My story of bullying: During childhood I picked on (as we called it back then) by a number of children: “Four eyes” and more. I was shy and withdrawn during elementary school which made me an easy target for name calling. In high […]

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December 4, 2009

Yoursphere: Safe social networking site for teens (CNN, ABC and more)

Mommy Perks is thrilled to introduce you to one of our newest Partners: Yoursphere (use code “YS01-MOMM” for a FREE trial month or for an annual or monthly discount). You may have seen Mary Kay recently on one of the following programs: CNN ABC FOX NBC *Watch her recent ABC interview on YouTube… *Watch her […]

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October 30, 2009

20 Safety Tips : for parents and kids

Safety Tips (Tweeted on Friday, October 30th, 2009, by Shara-Lawrence-Weiss) Please remember, these are my thoughts and opinions. You are welcome to disagree with me but you can be nice about it, eh? 🙂 Tip #1: Parents (or guardians) are the #1 protector of their children. It’s our job & not the job of the […]

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October 9, 2009

20 Bully Prevention Tips/Resources/Ideas

20 Bully Prevention Tips/Resources/Ideas (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on Friday, October 9th, 2009) Tip #1: Stop Bullying Now! (Animated site) Tip #2: Bullying info for parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers and more: http://mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/15plus/aboutbullying.asp Tip #3: Cyberbullying Prevention Tips (Middle School): http://middle-school-life.suite101.com/article.cfm/cyberbullying_prevention_tips Tip #4: Cati Cares: CatiCares.com (This wonderful teen is working to keep other teens safe […]

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February 7, 2009

NetSmartz: A leading online resource of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

As mothers, we have a natural tendency toward protection: protecting our children as well as the children in our communities. Once upon a time it was the responsibility of an entire neighborhood or village to watch over those who were vulnerable (and still is in many countries). We protect our newborns from illness, our toddlers […]

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