• Tag listing for bullycide awareness

Victims of Bullycide

  • Posted: April 29, 2012 by

Bullying is a learned behavior that has at least two victims each and every time it happens. The first victim is the person who is bullied and the second is the person who does the bullying. The person who is bullied is the target of a hatred that is almost overwhelming. The intent of the […]

Bullycide Stats (Contributer’s Submission)

  • Posted: April 26, 2012 by

Bullycide can be and aptly correctly defined as committing suicide as a consequence of previous experience of bullying. The victims will either commit suicide or begin having suicidal thoughts. Teenagers and children who are victims of bullying live in a constant state of terror and fear and may turn to committing suicide as their only […]

Bullycide: Why is a Bully a Bully?

  • Posted: July 16, 2011 by

Bully If emotions are a necessity to finding out what is important to us, what we require, and what we value, how do we find out what is important to a bully? And what they require? Why is a bully a bully? We can often get caught up in thinking ‘bad bully’ when talking about […]

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 […]

A Step Above

  • Posted: April 25, 2011 by

It is one thing to be for or against something; it is another to take a stand, or in this case, a walk for it. According to an article in the Westmoreland Times, a Pennsylvania resident has taken to walking 600 miles to build awareness to the tragedy that is bullycide.

Suicide Selfish?

  • Posted: March 30, 2011 by

Once in a blue moon I comment that I hate my life; may happen once or twice a year. I just succumb to all my troubles and pains knowing I have no control over them. In general, I am a positive person, but I was not always that way…well, not really. I was, in general, […]

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 […]