Courage comes in many forms
What does it mean to be courageous? Ask a child, and you can almost see the images of caped crusaders flashing in their eyes. The sad truth is, though, we’re conditioned to see courage only in terms of heroic feats and grand deeds — in the shape of superheroes that save the day.
But courage comes in many colours; it’s more complex and varied than Marvel imagines. Helping your child find his or her preferred brand of bravery is essential — especially in the battle against bullying.
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