Tools to Teach Your Children How to Set Healthy Boundaries for Fulfilling Friendships

Two young girlfriends having loads of fun riding a skateboard together
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by Christina Furnival

Each morning we send our children to school with a cheery message that goes something like, “have fun and be nice.” In hopeful anticipation, we await their end-of-day report where they share stories of a fun-packed day of structured learning, loving friendships, fun playground games, and warm-hearted belly laughs. Fortunately, this happens most of the time.

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