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The Hero Myth: Why Expecting Kids To Fight Bullies Is Harmful

In the movies when someone stands up to the bully, we cheer. We cheer Ralphie in "A Christmas Story" as he pummels the school bully, sending the boy running away crying. We applaud for Daniel in "The ... read more

12 women on why they're joining protest marches on inauguration weekend

It was a rude awakening to realize gender equality was a myth ... and other heroes fought for. We cannot and will not go back." My niece Julianne Sherrod said, "I am bringing my 3-and-a-half year old ... read more

Let beating hearts keep beating

Many young heroes like Deborah Sampson ... Choosing to carry or terminate a pregnancy is such a private decision. We all have different religious beliefs and reasons for making the decision we choose. ... read more

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Plenty of super-stories are about overcoming immense obstacles, but the reasoning is usually based on negation: The hero needs to fight against evil. Here is a rare story about a superpowered ... read more

Seven Ways to Foster Empathy in Kids

But this focus on the self to the exclusion of others is harmful to ... that we help kids find their inner hero by setting a good example of standing up for others ourselves, by teaching them how to ... read more

'The Kid Who Would Be King': Review

It’s the type of film that cheering kids will want to re-watch ... Alex first plays the hero by saving Bedders from older bullies Kaye (Rhianna Doris) and Lance (Tom Taylor). The next time Alex ... read more

Why Science Can’t Replace Religion

Myths about the Hero Twins, one of whom is shown holding a bow here ... Scientists who prefer a strictly rationalist lens have a hard time accepting this. I can understand why many of them strongly ... read more

Girls More Likely Than Boys To See Bullying As Harmful: Study

which affects about a third of kids. (Shutterstock / File) Girls are more likely than boys to recognize bullying — whether they experience it or witness it — and see it as a harmful ... read more

Amitabh Bachchan to Tamannaah Bhatia, Bollywood celebs pray for the victims of Mumbai bridge collapse

Recently, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus foot overbridge in Mumbai collapsed , leaving 5 people dead and more than thirty five injured. The incident has shocked the citizens including ... read more

Women Need to Know They Don't Have to Take Bullying in the Workplace

Redbook and TLC Network are teaming up to honor heroes fighting ... bullying was 2.5 to 3.5 times more prevalent than workplace sexual harassment, and its mental health impact has been found to be ... read more

Did “Cosmos” Pick the Wrong Hero?

But if the Earth is in motion, then there is no reason why space could not be open and unbounded. Digges made this point explicit and even created a drawing showing, for the first time in history, how ... read more



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