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Toxic School Environments

Happy back to school week! Since school is the workplace for our kids, I wanted to talk about how we can help our kids respond to toxic school environments. These are my two top tips. In general, I help women stop sexual harassment without losing their jobs. School is the workplace for our kids, and what our kids learn in school about how to respond to bullying and abusive behavior carries into the rest of their lives. Some of this is easier said than done, so if you find your kiddo having a hard time, send me a message. Teaching these skills to kids early can be a game changer. The stopbullying.gov website reports that around 30% of kids experience bullying in schools. Other websites report

What is a Toxic Work Environment?

You may see a lot of different definitions of a toxic work environment if you search on the internet. Some people do not even believe toxic work environments exist. I do. This is my definition: A toxic work environment exists anytime I am tolerating behavior I don't want to tolerate. This is especially true if I am tolerating it because of fear. I know from my own experience that it can seem terrifying when people act disrespectfully at work. We spend more than half of our waking hours at work, usually. When we are tolerating behavior we don't want to tolerate, it can completely take over everything we think about and our entire experience of life. It is never NEVER necessary to tolerate

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