Bully Nation: T. Elliot’s Thoughts

Bully Nation

In a book described by Psychology Today as “the most important book ever published on school bullying,” Bully Nation talks about how we have come to use and think about the word “bully.” It has become a catch-all phrase that brings to mind painful suffering and strong aggression from the victim and the perpetrator. In her […]

Stewardship: Our Responsibility


I had the great pleasure this summer of spending time with my daughter volunteering on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning, Montana.  It was an amazing experience for many reasons, but the most significant learning for me came from the time spent with Native Americans, hearing their experiences and insight on their lives and their […]