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Bullycide: The Workplace Bully

  • Posted: September 25, 2010 by

As kids, we are taught how to become an adult. As adults, we miss being a kid. So why do we work so hard to teach our kids to become an adult? Because we know the world we live in and just how cruel it can be. We know that tomorrow is not guaranteed and […]

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 […]

There Is A Fine Line Between

  • Posted: May 27, 2010 by

There is always a fine line between this and that. The world is comprised of gray. We don’t always like the fact, but the fact is, some things are not as easy as right and wrong, black and white, or stop and go. So it is not always easy to say that if we do […]

Bullycide: Always Gray

  • Posted: April 6, 2010 by

Growing up, my mother always hated the fact that everything had to be black or white for me; I could never accept that there was a gray area. After all, in my mind, black and white constitute gray; there just had to be some black and white in order to get to the area known […]

Through The Eyes Of A Child

  • Posted: March 26, 2010 by

It’s always funny and cute to see my friend’s status updates on Facebook, especially those involving their kids. Whether it be something funny their kids said or did for the day, most people seem to react better to a status message involving a cute anecdote with other peoples’ kids. Maybe it is because we miss […]

Bullycide: Morality and Emotions

  • Posted: February 16, 2010 by

It is sometimes easy to let our emotions drive us; the pure adrenaline that flows through us can move us in ways that no energy drink ever could. Even to run on our emotions alone can give us the strength to fight a powerhouse that we might otherwise not even think to take on. But […]