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As you know, I have been working with The Motherhood as a correspondent for Kellogg's and Mom's Homeroom to bring you an exciting new website made for mom's, a place where you can go to get answers to a wide array of topics. And today I bring you the last show that I was lucky to be a part of. This show is a very important one, it is on Conflict, Bullying and Self-Esteem.

If your child is having trouble with any of these topics check out what the moms from Mom's Homeroom have to say and find ways to help your child out. When my son was in public school he was a victim of bullying enough so that the on campus sheriff needed to step in and help us out. This is a serious problem, and if you need help don't be afraid to seek it out. The wonderful women of Mom's Homeroom give some great tips for you as parents and for your children to handle the situation.

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This is my closing post for Mom's Homeroom and I just want to thank everyone involved. Kellogg's and MSN, thank you for allowing me to come in a get a behind the scenes look at how a show like this is put together. The film crew was awesome and very accommodating. Cooper from The Motherhood, a big hug to you for putting this all together, no small feat I am sure. Thanks for choosing me to represent The Motherhood as a correspondent through the past few months, it is a title I wear with pride! The Mom's Homeroom moms were absolutely wonderful and I learned so much from them all! Thank you for giving me a little piece of your your time and wisdom! And to the readers of The Dirty Shirt, for coming to my blog sometimes on a daily basis and reading and commenting on these posts. I hope I brought you a great look at the making of Mom's Homeroom.

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