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Twitter Chat: Let’s Talk about Kids Acting Mean

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You’re invited! Let’s Talk about Kids Acting Mean

The Mother Company is hosting a twitter chat about kids who act mean or aggressively. Join us and our panel of experts to get your questions answered about what to do, when to get involved, and how to offer tools to your children to deal with meanness, exclusion, and the early signs of bullying.*

Do all kids act mean sometimes? Is there meanness between siblings? When should parents get involved? How should kids work through these social issues? Come explore how to curb mean behavior in your kids and others.

These questions and more will be answered and discussed during the chat.

Our panel of experts include:

Dr. Beth Onufrak is a clinical child psychologist. She offers clinical services for children as well as workshops for parents who want resources to help their child. Find her on Facebook, Twitter and her blog, A Child in Mind.

Heather Turgeon is a licensed psychotherapist and freelance writer. She’s the co-author of the upcoming book The Happy Sleeper (Penguin, 2014), and writes the long-running Science of Kids column for Babble.com.

WHAT: The Mother Company twitter chat to talk about kids acting mean.

WHEN: Tuesday, September 24th at 1pmPT/4pmET

WHERE: Twitter! Search for hashtag: #MOCOchat and follow @TheMotherCo

WHO: All of us. Let’s figure out how best to guide our kids that act mean. Please invite your friends, and spread the word to your networks by tweeting: Join @TheMotherCo and @mocomama and follow #MOCOChat for roundtable twitter chat about kids with aggressive or domineering behavior. 9/24, 1pmPT/4pmET

The Mother Company Founder and CEO Abbie Schiller is @mocomama and @TheMotherCo

Please share any thoughts or questions you might have about competition and kids below in the comments section. We love hearing from you!

The Mother Company aims to support parents and their children, providing thought-provoking web content and products based in social and emotional learning for children ages 3-6. Check out episodes of our “Ruby’s Studio” children’s video series, along with our beautiful children’s books, apps, music, handmade dolls, and more.

*Any advice given is general in nature and not a substitute for treatment recommendations within the context of therapy with a licensed clinician.

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