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Bullycide: Why Wait?

  • Posted: February 8, 2010 by

Many people are empowered by tragedy; it motivates them to better the world around them so others don’t have to suffer as they did. Why it takes a tragic loss to have others care for others as we already should is beyond me, but for some reason, tragedy invokes compassion. We’ve all seen it: your […]

What Do We Do?

  • Posted: October 20, 2009 by

I can’t stop thinking about the issues involving bullycide. I read about a kid being bullied, bullies in school, and kids still resorting to suicide because they cannot deal with the pressure of a bully. It breaks my heart. I cannot think about the subject without a wave of emotions pouring through my body. It […]

Guilty

  • Posted: September 16, 2009 by

It is a common reaction when someone loses someone close to them that they begin to feel guilty. Whether they believe they could have done something to prevent the loss or that they were the direct cause of the loss, the feeling of guilt is often a strong reaction that few like to deal with. […]

Report or Not Report?

  • Posted: July 18, 2009 by

It is tragic to think that most people do not think about the issue of bullycide unless it affects them or someone in their community. They do not think about the bully and his affects on his victims until it is too late. They say hindsight is 20/20, but what is it that is preventing […]

Question, Question, Question

  • Posted: July 16, 2009 by

Sometimes all you need to do is ask. Find out more about your kids, friends, family, and co-workers. Then you can know what is going, know how to help them, and know when bullying is affecting them more than they should. There are some questions that you can use to help get a conversation rolling: