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Jaclyn Lindsey on Combating Bullying and Building a Kinder World

Season 17, Ep. 8

Jaclyn Lindsey is the founder of Kindness.org, a non-profit that takes an evidence-based approach to build programs, partnerships, and products that empower people to choose kindness. Jaclyn and Liz talk about some of the challenges modern parents face when teaching their children to choose kindness and some of the tools and programs Jaclyn’s helped create for schools. Jaclyn also gives some helpful tips on how parents can help their children better understand and communicate their feelings.

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