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How to stop bullying: Part 2 (story about my son)

A few days ago I posted a commentary piece titled, “How do I think bullying can be stopped?” The post received hundreds of views and reads but only one comment (Leah). I got to wondering – how do other people think bullying can be stopped? After asking around, it became clear – most people don’t […]

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How do I think bullying can be stopped? (Personal Commentary)

As most of you know I’m an active advocate of education; namely early childhood, as my background is rooted in early learning, brain development, psychology courses, etc. As you might guess, those subjects relate closely to the topic of bullying. We know from research that early childhood lays the foundation for all future learning and […]

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January 19, 2010

Do people with special needs have value?

**This article was originally posted at examiner.com. Re-posted with permission, by the author…me 🙂 (Please jump over to examiner to view the comments left by readers.) Do people with special needs have value? I really debated whether or not to write this article. I came to the conclusion that the subject matter matters enough – […]

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