Tag: social conflict

October 17th: JCC Chicago Presentation on Bullying, Social Conflict, and Transgender Inclusion

Are you dealing with bullying? Is your child constantly embroiled in social conflict, and you aren’t sure whether or not to get involved? Sometimes it can be hard to tell when to intervene and when to hang back. It is even harder to navigate bullying and social conflict when you or your children are different... Read more »

Fighting the Urge to Rush In And Fix Recess for My First Grader

Yesterday my first grader came out of school with her shoulders slumped and her head down. “How was your day?” I asked. She lifted her hand and gestured so-so.  This is a kid who is usually bouncing with enthusiasm about every last activity in her life, so I figured something specific was bugging her. She... Read more »

Bullied Is A National Parenting Publications Award Gold Medal Winner!

Bullied Is A National Parenting Publications Award Gold Medal Winner!
It is my delight to announce that my nonfiction book Bullied has been named a Gold Medal Winner by the National Parenting Publications Awards.  This is the highest honor they give out, and it brings great joy to me. Bullied is a book that can be used by a wide variety of people with varying... Read more »
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Discussion about social conflict and bullying tonight at Evanston Public Library

Discussion about social conflict and bullying tonight at Evanston Public Library
Tonight I will be hosting a discussion about bullying and social conflict at Evanston Public Library’s Main Branch.  Topics to be covered include: Hidden influences on bullying in our culture (including reality-based TV and media) Recognizing when social “drama” is actually bullying The differences between normal social conflict with your friends and true bullying. The... Read more »