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Episode 50: Using Emotional Resilience Against Bullies

Renee Jain
Ed Crasnick

Few campaigns rival the strength and popularity of anti-bullying efforts, and justifiably so. It’s important to project our kids. But what if there was a different approach, or one of at least equal importance? “If we victim-proof kids, we bully-proof schools,” says Brooks Gibbs, award winning resilience educator and author of Raise Them Strong. In this episode, Ed and Renee visit portions of a recent interview with Brooks, and talk through conflicts, apologies, emotional resilience, and “dealing with jerks.”

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  1. Thank you for such an incredible episode! This just clicked with me… “Bullyproofing kids”! Yes! This is totally a skill we all need to learn! Thanks Renee and Ed for everything you do and for helping us parents and kids stay sane and further connect. You two are awesome. I love this podcast! Keep more coming PLEASE! The Corona virus episodes were so incredibly helpful for me as a human being and as a parent. These helped me navigate this trying, challenging and often wonderful time. Two sides of this lockdown for sure. There is a medicine to be found in it all. Thanks again!

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