Tag: respect

Bullying & Respect: What’s the Connection?

Respect is a foundational issue, especially for teens, who are at a formative time for self-concept. We need to develop a healthy balance of respect for self and respect for others. And while our focus is on children and teens, much of this applies directly to adults too. How Are Bullying And Respect Related? The longer …

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Respect Stories

We are always excited when GRG members, teachers and parents share their respect stories with us.  Whether it’s about how you showed respect for others or yourself or how GRG has affected you or someone you know, we want to hear about it!  Here are a few of the great stories we have received: “Girls’ …

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Respect: Crucial Foundation for Girls (& Boys)

On July 5, 2011, Lorna Blumen will be presenting a workshop to the Toronto District School Board on girls’ respect. Respect drives all our important life decisions – how we approach school, work, friendships and romance. Girls’ self-respect is under attack from all sides today – mean girl frenemies, unattainable media images, disrespect from adults …

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What Does Respect Mean To You?

re·spect (ri-spekt) n: a feeling of high regard, honour, or esteem. This month, were going back to respect basics. At GRG, were always interested in the news, looking at stories that make us think about what respect looks like in everyday life. Take a look at RealBeautyIs.com, a website developed by Lori Fields, a New …

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Lyric Elliott – Bullying vs. Respect

For over a year, Lyric Elliot, 8, had been pushed around and beaten up by classmates. Unable to solve the problem despite contacting the school and school board over 100 times, Lyric’s mother finally removed her from the school and called the media to publicize the story. School Board Superintendant Kerry-Lynn Stadnyk feels that Lyric …

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