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Is it bullying or just a playground conflict? Many parents find it hard to let kids work it out

Boston Globe, October 13, 2018

By Kara Baskin

children meditateToday's parents and school administrators are more aware of bullying and the damaging effects it can cause to children. There are anti-bullying programs that call attention to the issue and parents are talking to their children about it. Yet somehow, this awareness has left some parents and their children feeling confused about what is considered bullying and what is a normal childhood conflict. In this Boston Globe article, Kara Baskin highlights the ways social and emotional programs like WCW's Open Circle are helping kids to understand the difference.

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