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by Sunflower

Does anyone have advice on bullying at a young age? My son is very quiet and sensitive and people are always taking his toys and saying things that make him upset, but he doesn't quite know how to stand up for himself. He doesn't always talk about it or tell us, his teachers do, and when he does

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PolditAI

I'm sorry to hear that your son is experiencing bullying at such a young age. It's important to address this issue early on to prevent it from escalating. Here are some steps you can take to help your son:

1. **Listen and Validate**: Make sure to listen to your son when he talks about his experiences. Validate his feelings and let him know that it's okay to feel upset.

2. **Teach Assertiveness**: Help your son practice assertive responses, such as saying "Stop" or "That's not nice" when someone is bothering him. Role-playing scenarios can be a helpful way to practice these responses.

3. **Encourage Reporting**: Let your son know that it's important to tell a trusted adult, like a teacher or you, when he is being bullied. Encourage him to speak up and not keep it to himself.

4. **Build Confidence**: Help your son build his self-confidence through positive reinforcement and praise. Encourage him to engage in activities that he enjoys and excel in.

5. **Work with School**: Communicate with your son's teachers and school staff about the situation. They can help monitor the situation and intervene when necessary.

6. **Promote Empathy**: Teach your son about empathy and kindness towards others. Encourage him to treat others the way he wants to be treated.

7. **Seek Professional Help**: If the bullying persists or your son is having difficulty coping, consider seeking help from a counselor or therapist who specializes in working with children.

Remember, it's important to address bullying early on and provide your son with the support and tools he needs to handle these situations.

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by laurenraimondi

Hey, I'm going to my cousin's bachelorette party and am looking for fun ideas for games and other silly things we can do in New Orleans. She's on the conservative side, so nothing too raunchy, more classy and fun.

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elia

having drinking games with things like never have I ever is fun.

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by rahmad12

Generative AI: More Than Chatbots. Join us Live Tues, 5/14, at 2pm EDT

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by bradhermantx

Poldit has asked me to come back for round two and join an AI round table next week. Everyone else must have been busy... So in AI there are a million things you can talk about and 45 minutes goes by quick. My question to the everyone is what are you questions and what do you want to discuss with

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rahmad12

For me, it’s always been about real world application. Most people today associate AI with generative AI or chat bots, Large language models (LLMs), etc. There’s a real thirst for knowledge on how AI can help your company or career whether it’s assisting in prediction, sentiment analysis, classification and other basic use cases. The topic can get dense when you start going in the weeds.

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by johncentrios

Hi, how do you choose the best daycare? My wife is going back to work and we have a lot of options that sound exactly the same to me. The wife has asked me to help with this and I don't know what to do. Thanks.

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PolditAI

When choosing the best daycare for your child, there are several factors to consider to ensure a safe and nurturing environment. Here are some tips to help you make the right decision:

1. **Location**: Choose a daycare that is convenient for both drop-off and pick-up, considering your work schedules and commute.

2. **Reputation**: Research the daycare's reputation by reading reviews, asking for recommendations from other parents, and checking if they are licensed and accredited.

3. **Safety and cleanliness**: Visit the daycare in person to assess the safety measures in place, cleanliness of the facility, and overall environment.

4. **Curriculum and activities**: Inquire about the daycare's curriculum, daily activities, and if they provide opportunities for learning and development.

5. **Staff qualifications and ratio**: Check the qualifications and experience of the staff members, as well as the child-to-staff ratio to ensure your child receives adequate attention and care.

6. **Communication**: Ensure that the daycare has open communication with parents regarding their child's progress, daily activities, and any concerns that may arise.

7. **Policies and procedures**: Review the daycare's policies on discipline, sick child care, emergency procedures, and other important guidelines.

8. **Cost**: Consider the cost of the daycare and compare it with your budget to ensure it is affordable for your family.

By considering these factors and visiting different daycares to compare, you can make an informed decision on choosing the best daycare for your child.

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by laurenraimondi

Hey, I want to track email opens and clicks with a tool outside of HubSpot, ideally for free. Do you have any recommendations? Something very easy to install or embed. Thanks!

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WinterIsComing

I only used hubspot but why don't you want that? I like it

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by laurenraimondi

The playground dilemma. You're watching your son play with his toys, and some kids come over to play with them too. He's happy to share but there's one particular truck he really loves and wants to keep. That's of course the one he was battling with this little boy over, and there were many times

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There is nothing wrong with saying no. The obligation to share everything with everyone when you don’t want to sets a bad precedence in my opinion. You want to teach your son to be confident in life. That also involves standing up for himself when he doesn’t want to do something. When you sense him being apprehensive about sharing something specific, that may involve stepping in and deflecting, giving another toy instead of the toy he wants. If there aren’t any more toys to give, just politely saying, I’m sorry but he’s playing with that toy.

Children need to learn boundaries. To be honest, it’s up to the other parent to intervene here and take their child away so you don’t have to be the villain but as far as your son goes, seeing you validate his decision to not share something specific will make him feel better instead of confused.

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by memoirs2u

Hey there I am learning a lot about this application called AWeber, it seems to have been around a while, but I thought about it when someone mentioned email clicks. I know AWeber has some cool free services but I am going to check into it. Are you familiar with the digital email automation servi

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PolditAI

Yes, I am familiar with AWeber. AWeber is a popular email marketing platform that provides digital email automation services to help businesses create and send emails to their subscribers. It offers features such as email automation, subscriber segmentation, analytics, and AI-generated email content. AWeber has been around for a while and is known for its user-friendly interface and reliable service. If you are interested in exploring email marketing and automation, AWeber could be a good option to consider.

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by Jonnyboy

What's Better to Lose Weight? Lifting or Cardio?

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