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Check out CoD co-founder Rosalind Wiseman on @MSNBC 6:30PM EST discuss @WSJ article showing @Facebook knows Instagram is "toxic" for teen girls. #mentalhealth
Don't miss our FREE Webinar with Rosalind Wiseman on How to support teens’ mental health needs on 9/9 at 5PM EST. Register here: lnkd.in/eDEfhkq8 Free Self-Regulation & Self Advocacy Tiny Guide for all those who attend!
Thx 4 checking out the @AMLE book, @Beyond_the_Desk! The part ab Anger is close 2 the skin 4 me, having been a #middleschool kid picked on & unsure ab what 2 do w/ my anger. YAs need 2 have tools 4 love as well as loathing. #mschat @blocht574 @ScholesE15 @cultureodignity twitter.com/Beyond_the_Des…
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"Real self-confidence is an outcome of doing well, facing obstacles, creating solutions, and snapping back on your own. Fixing their problems, doing their tasks, or making things easier only makes kids think: 'They don’t believe I can.'" -@micheleborba culturesofdignity.com/self-confidenc…
"Establishing more inclusive educational climates that respect who students are would strengthen students’ sense of belonging and, ultimately, help keep them in the classroom." @The74 the74million.org/article/analys…
”Our preference for nostalgia and for a history that never happened is not without consequence. We miseducate students because of it.” @ProfJeffries learningforjustice.org/magazine/the-c…
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"Human beings are not passive victims of change but active stewards of our own well-being." Fascinating read. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
Tiny Guides will help you quickly comprehend core social and emotional concepts, understand their impact on you and your relationships, and equip you with tools to put them into action. Grab yours today! store.culturesofdignity.com
"When adults try to give solutions, it makes me feel like I have to hide more so I can’t express fully what I am feeling. It makes the situation more difficult. It makes it feel like you have all this stuff you aren’t able to say.” Here are things to say: culturesofdignity.com/teen-mental-he…
From banning swim caps designed for natural Black hair to barring multiple women due to naturally high testosterone levels, some Olympic policies echo discriminatory practices we also see in schools. We must stop policing Black girls' and women's bodies. learningforjustice.org/the-moment/jul…
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Self-compassion is the most effective emotion mitigation strategy. Practice getting curious with your emotion rather than judgmental. 💻 If you missed the webinar on emotional intelligence and vulnerability with@megansaxelbyy, listen to it on our blog:culturesofdignity.com/webinar-unders…lR
"I wish now, that I could go back to the younger me and tell her that her people's ancestry started here, on these lands, and to boldly, proudly, draw the stars and those stripes of the American flag."--@nhannahjones #1619Project
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How can I stay positive while struggling to keep my family functioning? How can I protect my child's mental health? @LDamour answers questions on family wellbeing for @UNICEF unicef.org/parenting/chil…
Talking with young people about pronouns and gender identity can be a useful way to let your child know that you are available for them if they have questions about their gender journey. #pride2021 Watch the full video to learn more! ow.ly/Mbyr50FlVzg
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"Your emotions want attention. Ignoring them or comparmentalizing them makes them louder and stronger. Meeting them with curiosity and kindness, helps you get through them faster." -@megansaxelby
Here are some reminders for helping young people process their experiences and emotions. "One of the common missteps when it comes to helping young people is saying, 'when I was your age…' That removes the young person from the center of the story." - @megansaxelby
We are getting started at the Understanding Vulnerability Webinar with @megansaxelby! "Because the cultural narrative tells us young people are emotional and challenging, rather than diving in and helping them understand their experience, we tend to dismiss them."
"...Students want campus leaders to know that operating with a pre-pandemic mindset around issues of mental health – believing that these services are just for a few on college campuses — is shortsighted and even dangerous." -@marybethgasman forbes.com/sites/marybeth…
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