• Tag listing for emotional warfare

Bullycide: Help The Bully

  • Posted: January 12, 2010 by

It is easy to concentrate on the victims when we think of bullycide, more specifically the adolescent victims because it invokes a lot more emotions within us; as we all know, words can move us to do things we otherwise would not do. An eloquent speech can bring us to our feet in applause, or […]

Bullying is Discrimination

  • Posted: December 28, 2009 by

If we really think about, bullying is a strong form of discrimination. The bully picks on a certain type of person: the weak. Just as those who discriminate against a certain race, creed, or religion, the bully will not pick on his own kind. The bully will not pick on someone with a high self […]

Bullycide: Can Words Really Hurt?

  • Posted: November 15, 2009 by

Some people think that it is weak to not be able to handle ‘criticism’ or ‘name calling’. After all, sticks and stones may break my bones, but words could never hurt me. Some think that because they can let bad words roll off their back that others should be able to get over them too; […]

Bullycide: ABC Special

  • Posted: November 1, 2009 by

Bullycide: Where is the Love?

  • Posted: September 14, 2009 by

I was thinking about the differences in the different time periods of the Earth and how values have changed along the way. For some parts of the world, we were founded on Christian values of honesty and truth, and for others we still respect our heritage and so forth. We all look for advancement and […]

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: