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Bullying and teasing is one of the many challenges that kids who stutter may have to deal with. Bullying and teasing can be a complicated subject that can have damaging effects, but there are strategies kids can use to handle and manage bullying and teasing situations. Parents, kids and a stuttering expert who have experience in this area will share their insights and advice.
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Learn how to deal with bullying, teasing and loneliness at your school. Amma is listening and giving kids and parents advice for support. Share your story!
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Today a young teen stands up for his sister against after-school bullies. Dr. Joan discusses steps parents and their children can take when other kids tease and even fight.
Are you experiencing relationship dilemmas? Are you having problems with a partner (partner of your heart or partner at work)? Are you going through a divorce? Are your children rebelling? Are you unsure of whether to accept a proposal (such as move in with someone, marry your fiance, or accept a job offer)? Is your roommate untidy? Did someone lie to you? Are you in a dispute with your boss? Did your sister rat you out? Has your friend gone silent?
Like the advice columns of old, Harmony Keys is the place where you can anonymously lay your problems on the table. Dr. Joan is ready to listen and aid you as you sort it out. Her goal is to help you identify possible solutions and guide you toward new ways of looking at the issues.
A portion of each program is devoted to the reading of Dr. Joan's stories about fractured relationships and how people mend them. Her new novel is a work of historical fiction about two Irish families who immigrate to Utah in the early 1900s. Gra Im Thu! I Love You! is a story about how to build tolerance and respect for others when diversity of thought abounds, even in the delicate areas of religion and politics! One family is Catholic, the other is Mormon, and even Methodists are in the mix. Politically, some support non-militant means to obtain Irish independence from the British Crown, while others believe in militant methods, with one character joining the Irish Republican Army.
Please join the conversation. You'll be glad you did!
Kelly Falardeau is a burn survivor. Since the age of two she has struggled with her self-worth and confidence after receiving burns to 75% of her body. Kelly found a way to go from near-death to success; from the ugly scar-faced girl to the Top 10 Most Powerful and Influential Speaker, Fierce Woman of the Year, Best-Selling Author (3 times), recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and most recently a YWCA Woman of Distinction 2013.
You have to ask yourself how? How did a burn survivor who constantly struggled with rejection, staring and teasing burst through all the negativity in her life to succeed? You have to hear her speak or read her books to learn the stories of how she did it.
Get ready for some drama! Finally, a talk show about girl drama with actual guests who have been in the middle of it. No matter how old your daughter is, chances are you have witnessed the drama that goes with being in a group of girls. Teasing, bullying, boyfriend stealing, rejection, and so many more things happen when the drama goes too far, and we are here to help you know how to deal with it. Elementary, Middle, and High School drama will be addressed, along with solutions so your daughter doesn’t have to suffer through the misery of “girl drama”. Call in to (347)838-9737 and listen from your cell phone as Tom Stevens, LPC-S, RPT-S gets to the bottom of “Girl Drama”.
Internationally Best-Selling Author Kelly Falardeau joins Danette Moss today on Let's Talk Strategies.
Kelly Falardeau is a burn survivor since the age of two-years-old on 75% of her body and constantly struggled with her self-worth and confidence. She found a way to go from near-death to success; from the ugly scar-faced girl to the Top 10 Most Powerful and Influential Speaker, Fierce Woman of the Year, an International Best-Selling Author (4x), recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and most recently a YWCA Woman of Distinction. You have to ask yourself how? How did a burn survivor who constantly struggled with rejection, staring and teasing burst through all the negativity in her life to succeed? You have to hear her speak or read her books to learn the stories of how she did it.
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The weather is getting nicer; or teasing us with atleast one nice day a week, the violence is getting more prevelent. Our children can't even come home from school and go outside and play anymore! They were couped up all winter with the brutal cold and now they'll be couped up all summer because parents are affraid they'll become a casualty of gun violence.
We'll be talking about the violence in Minneapolis, and in Chicago recently, and discuss how we can help solve the problem.
Host/Producer: Erica Brady Co-Host: Syreeta Jones
Join Rapper, Substance who joins us to discuss her new video addressing bullying...and the women of SISTAH CHAT as we begin our month-long discussion on power mothering. Our first topic focuses on identifying effective strategies for dealing with bullying.
A bully can turn something like going to the bus stop or recess into a nightmare for kids. Bullying can leave deep emotional scars. And in Xtreme situations, it can involve violent threats, property damage, or someone getting seriously hurt. If your child is being bullied, you want to act to help stop it. In addition, there are ways to help your child cope with teasing, bullying, or mean gossip, and lessen its lasting impact. And even if bullying isn't an issue right in your house right now, it's important to discuss it so your kids will be prepared if it does happen.
KENBOGGLE Season 2 Preview Show
Remembering Season 1
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*Thank you all for listening and supporting Season 1. It means a lot that you have asked me to return for another go! Season 2 is in the process of being written and looks amazing. Join me for this special preview show to hear more! Again, thank you !!! xoXox
KENBOGGLE Preview Show LIVE 05/08/2014 11:59p.m.EST
Violence among youth has become a growing threat to communities nationwide. While nobody knows exactly what causes youth to act out, there are some factors that can enhance violent tendencies in children. These causes can range from drug abuse to abuse at home as well as being the victim of a bully at school. It is up to parents to look for signs that their child is either the victim of crimes or is becoming violent themselves.
10 Causes of Youth Violence
· Teens who are involved in violent activities usually do not perform them alone but in a group of friends. Knowing your child's friends and how they behave can reveal to you whether or not there are warning signs of violence. Teenagers are easily influenced by their friends, so if the friends are violent, the chances of your teen becoming violent will increase.
· If a teen's parents are abusive, violent or portray hostile behavior to each other, to the teen or to others outside the family, there is a likely chance the teen will display similar or worse behavior.
Being Bullied or Victimized
· Teenagers who are victims of bullying or teasing are more likely to become violent as a last resort, cry for help or as revenge.
Access to Weapons
· Teenagers who have easy access to weapons, especially guns, will find it easier to act out violent fantasies or vengeful feelings.
Join K.LaShea as she speaks with Olevia Henderson about Bullying. She will speak with her about her foundation BENbullyingendsnow and how it effects our children's behaviors.
20 percent of U.S. students in grades 9-12 reportedly have experienced bullying, while 28 percent of students in grades 6-12 report the same. Experts agree that most incidences of bullying occur during middle school.
According to one study cited by the DHHS, 29.3 percent of middle school students had experienced bullying in the classroom; 29 percent experienced it in hallways or lockers; 23.4 percent were bullied in the cafeteria; 19.5 percent were bullied during gym class; and 12.2 percent of bullied kids couldn’t even escape the torture in the bathroom.
Most of the student in the study reported name calling as the most prevalent type of bullying, followed by teasing, rumor-spreading, physical incidents, purposeful isolation, threats, belongings being stolen, and sexual harassment. Surprisingly, cyberbullying occurred with the least frequency.
70.6 percent of teens have seen bullying occurring in their schools – and approximately 30 percent of young people admit to bullying themselves.
Larry Syid Wright - Writer, Producer, Promoter and Director
Larry ”Syid” Wright: Writer, Producer, Promoter ,Director: Has a family book titled “Three Shorts and a Play”. Assistant directed on the film “Caution Heartache Ahead” starring Bern Nadette Stanis. Co-Executive producer of the Come out and Laugh comedy show (Christian comedians). To my credit I have written, produced, and directed several films two theatre plays and musical shows.