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Who Are You?

  • Posted: May 18, 2011 by

I am a single woman living in the US who enjoys playing spades, meeting new people, writing, and keeping my mind as active as I can on most days. I’m cute, funny, witty, fairly intelligent, and am pretty happy with the ‘who’ that I am. I’m a dreamer, a realist, and at times, a walking […]

When I Was Your Age…

  • Posted: March 11, 2011 by

It can be easy sometimes to forget what it was like to be a kid. We seem to think that because we made it through unscathed, that it wasn’t so bad, but sometimes we just simply forget. The pressures of being liked, having friends, being accepted, enjoying life, being a kid, and just making it […]

Bullycide: A Whole New Year

  • Posted: January 3, 2011 by

The New Year always brings feelings of hope and second chances; we relish a new year so as to have a “new beginning”–”out with the old, in with the new”. The good thing about change is that it can be for the better. Bullycide is an issue that is becoming more and more of a […]

Bullycide News: YOUR Child at Risk

  • Posted: August 22, 2010 by

Do you have a regular routine that you follow each day? You get up in the morning, make a cup of Joe, get the kids up and on their way to school, get ready for work, go to work, come home, help kids with their homework, prepare dinner, eat, clean, get ready for bed so […]

Bullycide: A Hate Crime?

  • Posted: June 25, 2010 by

Can we liken a bully to a hater? Do we venture to call the loss of a life due to a bully the act of a hate crime? We see bullies being held more accountable for a victim taking his life nowadays, but how accountable? It is wrong to bully. It is wrong to be […]

Bullycide: Newsworthy?

  • Posted: May 5, 2010 by

Whenever I see a friend post a story of a case of bullycide in the news, I am always intrigued by what others will say about it. There are mixed feelings by many because some just do not understand how being bullied can be such a bad ordeal. Others simply think kids these days should […]

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 […]