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Name Calling-When Will It STOP?

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Robert Fulghum, an American author, is quoted as saying “Sticks and stones will break our bones, but words will break our hearts” not to mention our spirits. Name calling, mudslinging, defaming and insulting words are all about impulsively responding to someone or something that is a threat to the beliefs, values or attitudes we hold dear. We learn it as kids as way to protect ourselves and to hurt others intentionally or not. Unfortunately, we carry these deep wounds and/or bad behaviors with us into adulthood. If you are someone who habitually uses name-calling as a defense mechanism, explore what is behind this behavior. We will share some questions for your consideration. If you are someone who holds deep wounds from the act of name-calling, then explore how to move beyond the hurt and change how you engage with someone who continues to insult you.
 
Join Pattie Porter, The Texas Conflict Coach, as she discusses the importance of putting an end to name calling.
 
No Name-Calling week is January 23-27, 2012 and is aimed to end name-calling and stop bullying in schools. Learn more at No Name Calling Week

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