• Tag listing for happiness

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 […]

Silly, Silly, Silly Bully

  • Posted: November 12, 2009 by

Bullies are simple minded for the most part. Which makes them pretty predictable. So needless to say, I am not all surprised by a random comment submitted to this blog that is nothing other than an attempt to puff out their online chests. Furthermore, I’d have to be really stupid to leave my comments unmoderated […]

What Do We Do?

  • Posted: October 20, 2009 by

I can’t stop thinking about the issues involving bullycide. I read about a kid being bullied, bullies in school, and kids still resorting to suicide because they cannot deal with the pressure of a bully. It breaks my heart. I cannot think about the subject without a wave of emotions pouring through my body. It […]

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 […]

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 […]

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.

11 Year Old Hangs Himself Due to Bullying

  • Posted: April 12, 2009 by

She did so much for her son. I cannot imagine the feelings that she is going through. Something needs to be done. Awareness needs to be made. Kids need to know that there is better for them, and that a bully should not have any power over them. Discussions need to be had, ideas need […]