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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, […]

Bullycide: Always Gray

  • Posted: April 6, 2010 by

Growing up, my mother always hated the fact that everything had to be black or white for me; I could never accept that there was a gray area. After all, in my mind, black and white constitute gray; there just had to be some black and white in order to get to the area known […]

Bullycide: Why Wait?

  • Posted: February 8, 2010 by

Many people are empowered by tragedy; it motivates them to better the world around them so others don’t have to suffer as they did. Why it takes a tragic loss to have others care for others as we already should is beyond me, but for some reason, tragedy invokes compassion. We’ve all seen it: your […]

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 […]

Bullycide: ABC Special

  • Posted: November 1, 2009 by

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 […]

Big Bully

  • Posted: May 27, 2009 by

I was getting breakfast last week when I overheard a conversation between two men in line. It may have been that I was standing a little too close or that I was trying a little too hard, but I think in reality the initiator of the conversation wanted me to hear him. He wanted anyone […]