Bullying takes many forms. It can be a threat, making fun of someone or not including someone in activities. It can be mean spirited or just distant and cold. It can be one-on-one or it can spread to situations where a group of students are all focusing negative energy on one lone sole. Whatever the exact description, it is all considered bullying.
How To Bring More Gratitude Into Your Child’s Life Without Them Even Knowing
Posted: December 26, 2017
By Master Christopher Rappold
During the month of November we are all reminded through the holiday of Thanksgiving about the importance of being grateful. We know it is important but you continually feel like your children just don’t get it. Here are the first five tips that you can integrate in to bring more gratitude into your home without your children ever even knowing.
Speak often about being grateful – Nothing will beat a consistent message played over and over again. Have you ever caught yourself repeating a saying your parents used to say? I think we all have. When children continually hear you give your reasons for why you feel grateful it’s no surprise over time they will do the same.