Myth: Children are naturally violent (Can There Really Be a World Without War? Part 4)

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I’m a believer. I believe that we will arrive at a time in the future where we will no longer have large wars on this planet. Why do I believe this? Because I have looked at evidence, at facts from the past and present to disprove myths about the erroneous ways we look at war…

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

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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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Myth: War Makes Us Safe (Can There Really Be a World Without War? Part 1)

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Just as there are misconceptions about war, there are related misconceptions about children’s misbehaviors. I will take the next six blogs to discuss not only three of the most commonly heard but erroneous arguments for engaging in warfare, but will also compare them to the faulty rationalizations we give for children’s misbehaviors. Today my goal is…

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