Parents understandably want to be able to guarantee that their children are safe, including from bullying. There are many tactics parents have attempted to make sure kids stop bothering their child, but some of them are obviously unwise.
I have been thinking a lot recently about the tragedy in Florida. Everyone has their own take on why it happened and how it can be prevented in the future. All of the ideas, from barricades to kindness, have merit and validity and all of them also have holes in their theories. There is no perfect miracle cure that has all the answers.
When we see someone who has had some success or has made it through a major challenge or setback, we think “they must have had a push, or they got certain breaks that you and I didn’t get.” Going for our dreams or working through setbacks or challenges is never easy – for anybody. Regardless of what you set out to do, knowing how to go about it is half the battle. Monumental feats are made possible through incremental gains.
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To the principals and superintendents who supported the students in their quest to express themselves, I say thank you. Thank you for making the protests that students read about in their history books a reality. Thank you for seeing this as a learning opportunity that will resonate in their hearts and minds for years to come.
Look, we all need maps in life. Sometimes we can get off track, but we can always go back to the map to get back on-track. Follow these four steps to get back where you need to be.