Bullying Prevention Workshop for Children

Paul Figuegoa

I wanted to share a training opportunity for children ages 7 to 11 in the Seattle area. If you know children who are being bullied, who are expressing bullying behaviors, or you’d like to learn the skills to deal with these situations, this fun and life-changing workshop is for them! POSITIVE CHOICES WITH BULLIES Workshop…

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Monsters

One night I woke up suddenly because I could hear a loud grumbly noise. My four-year-old brain immediately identified the sound as coming from a monster, a growling, hungry for a midnight snack monster. I quietly called, “Mommy.” Mommy didn’t come and the monster was still out there so I got louder, “Mommy!” It was…

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Empowered Three’s Lead to Empowered Teens

Empowering The Children

Can it really make a difference to empower young kids? Is it worth it to take the time to listen to their questions and answer them, to teach them how to communicate effectively with others, and to teach them about their world so they can be interested in others, their environment, and have compassion towards…

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Random Quotes and Cute Animals

I love reading books. I enjoy the stories and wisdom from the experience of others. I like to look at pictures of people, animals, places, and interesting things. The smell and texture of the paper, the sound the pages make when I turn the pages, and the knowledge that there is a new surprise coming…

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This Is How Empowered Children Respond

Everyone matters. This video shows how empowered children Respond when adversity lands at their front door, literally. (After you watch the video, the bold Re‘s will make sense!) These two brothers, with the help of their loving and action-oriented parents, are making a difference for two girls who are unable to stand up for themselves…

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Myth: Fighting Back Makes Kids Less Violent or Less Bullied (Can There Really Be A World Without War? Part 2)

Harry:James mats

Just as there are misconceptions about war, there are related misconceptions about children’s behaviors. Today my goal is to pick up where I left off from Part 1:  Myth: War Makes Us Safe. Let’s jump right in and get started. As I said last time, war does not keep us safe or make us more…

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