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The test of courage comes when we are in the minority. The test of tolerance comes when we are in the majority. Ralph W. Sockman


Stop Bullying

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Be careful with your words their more painful than a knife, an empty stomach, and a rope around your neck words can damage only use them to help not hurt

Remember this when we were kids?..."Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me" Used as defense mechanism for bullying I guess yet never true.

Inspiration For Moms

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Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me...........NOT true.........words can hurt FOREVER...think before you speak.

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Yea "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me" MY ASS!!!

Sticks & Stones May Break My Bones But Bullying Can Be Fatal

~ 2nd paragraph meanness vs bullying ~ Practical advivce on how to stop bullying - GREAT article!!

How to Stop Bullying - Imagination Soup

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Bullying - October is national bullying prevention month

National Bullying Prevention Month Is Now - Teachers Pay Teachers

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‘National Bullying Awareness Month’: Character education lesson plans

‘Help us show children around the world that we can make a difference together.’ ~ Bradley Whitford

Love this, could use with any lesson or teaching moment dealing with bullying or just plain old being nice to each other.

Elementary-aged girls are often bullied by good friends. The book, Little Girls Can Be Mean, teaches you how to empower your daughter to find solutions herself. (You listen and empathize!)

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Cassidy Andel was a 16-year-old from Cooperstown, North Dakota who hung herself at her home on November 4, 2010.  I wrote of Cassidy’s death in, “Bullycide: My time has come, and so I’m gone“   Cassidy was bullied beyond her ability to cope.

Alexis - Age 17 Alexis Pilkington was a Senior  at West Islip High School who was bullied incessantly online.

Felix Sacco was a 17-year-old senior at Saugus High School, Saugus Massachusetts who took his own life in late September 2010.  According to his mother, Felix had been seeing a psychiatrist (and in fact had an appointment earlier in the week) to cope with the bullying he was subjected.  On the day of his death her son went to the guidance office and reportedly was seen crying by students.

Christian Taylor was a 16-year-old high school freshman at Grafton High School in York County Virgina.  Christian, was bullied and tormented at the school over a sustained period of time. Christian and his mother had complained to both law enforcement and school officials weeks prior to Christian taking his life, by hanging,  in late May 2010.

Scott Walz was an 18 year-old senior at Johnsburg High School, Johnsburg, Illinois, who died on March 4, 2010, he hung  himself at his family’s home.  He had been bullied since the third grade.  When the parents engaged the elementary school, when Scott was in 4th grade, they were told that Scott has to “toughen up.”   Scott had tried to hang himself previously in 2004.  According to his mother all the slurs and attacks would overwhelm their son when he came home after school.  He tired of b...

Jesse Buchsbaum was a 17-year-old 11th grade student at Boyerton Area High School (Boyerton, Pennsylvania)whose parents say, bullying led to their son committing suicide on October 25, 2010.  Jesse was learning disabled and according to his mother, Louise Buchsbaum, he was slow.  She said, “The kids would pick on him because he didn’t have a lot of friends.”

Zach Harrington, 19 years old  took his life own life at his family’s Norman, Oklahoma home on October 5, 2010.

Tyler - Age 18 Tyler Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge into the Hudson River on September 22, 2010 after a recording of him with a man was broadcast online. Tyler was 18 years of age and a freshman at Rutgers University.

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Stop Bullying: Speak Up

Stop Bullying: Speak Up

Stop Bullying: Speak Up