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Sweet Child of Mind

  • Posted: January 8, 2011 by

I am always thinking. My mind never really shuts off; even in my dreams, I usually experience lucid dreaming more often than not so I can work through my thoughts at times! I ponder life often. I think about how short it is in the scheme of eternity and how so many people are content […]

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: 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 […]

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 […]

Guilty

  • Posted: September 16, 2009 by

It is a common reaction when someone loses someone close to them that they begin to feel guilty. Whether they believe they could have done something to prevent the loss or that they were the direct cause of the loss, the feeling of guilt is often a strong reaction that few like to deal with. […]