When kids and parents improperly classify rudeness and mean behavior as bullying, we all run the risk of becoming so sick and tired of hearing the word that this critical safety issue among young people loses its urgency as quickly as it rose to prominence.
When the simplicity of forming a friendship just by climbing the same jungle gym is replaced by the intricacy of scaling middle-school social ladders, how can you teach your daughter the skills she needs to stay strong in the face of friendship drama and bullying?
Passive Aggressive Diaries focuses on the ways in which readers encounter (and exude!) passive aggressive behavior in daily life. Here, you'll also find strategies for understanding and ending bullying, and well as ideas for managing conflict and crisis among young people. Please visit www.signewhitson.com for more information.