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Myra, wcmeole! And super kudos to you for encouraging your children to speak up while growing up! I ache with you for the children growing up in households where bully behavior is acceptable and even encouraged. So few parents are willing to do the work necessary to break those habits that they were likely raised with and practice a better way. Here's hoping more will come to the realization that gentle encouragement and acceptance of children's individual journey is so much better!~RJ
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