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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:

Post Secret Support

  • Posted: June 5, 2009 by

What is it that draws many people to a site that only posts 20 postcards a week? And all week you can only see these same postcards (and perhaps the postcards from the week before). Yet Post Secret is a very popular site. Perhaps it is because we all love a good juicy secret or […]

Bullycide: How Can Words Kill?

  • Posted: May 6, 2009 by

We all know that Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me, but how true are those very words? They seem a little hard to believe, a little hard to stomach, and a little hard to hear when they are constantly bringing you down each day. They seem even harder […]

Words Will Never Hurt Me

  • Posted: April 22, 2009 by

But the meaning behind those words can be like daggers. There are some types of people that can withstand the blows because they do not really care about everyone’s opinion of them. Or they just do not let it process in their minds. For whatever reason, Joe Schmoe’s comments do not phase everyone equally.

Bullycide: Why this Escape Route?

  • Posted: April 5, 2009 by

I’m befuddled sometimes by the various reasons for suicide. Whether it be because of a religious hope for a better place, or just because the pain is too much to handle, why such a definite solution? Pain comes and goes. We will always be hurt by loved ones and strangers alike. I know the feeling […]

Bullycide: My Heart Goes Out

  • Posted: March 19, 2009 by

My heart bleeds for these people who think that their only resort is to take their own life. Why guys? Why do you think that death is better than life? I’ve been there so I cannot really say that I do not relate, but I made it through that time. I was at the lowest […]