Acting with courage helps people do brave things, despite what others may say, do, or think about them. If we do the right thing, even though friends tease or laugh at us, most episodes of "ganging up" on someone will be eliminated. Acting with courage is very difficult to do. Everyone feels scared about doing something that goes against what friends are doing. Please encourage your child to act with courage, even when he/she is worried about what others are thinking or saying.
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Adapted from "180 Daily Guidance Lessons To Jump-Start Your Day!" by Shannon Trice Black, M.ED., LPC
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