How-To

#EnoughIsEnough: The NoBullying Campaign

We are made of stories. Our experiences, the good, the bad, the boring, and the painful, are what make us who we are. We are each a collection of  many stories, depicting every event, every accident, every victory, and every lesson of our life. Whether we like it or not, bullying plays a big role

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What Is The Youtube Partner Program?

Youtube is a free online collection of videos uploaded by everyday users all over the world. It is also used by numerous companies to advertise their products and/or services. Many TV shows and movies can also be viewed using the site. It was started by three individuals who quit their jobs with PayPal to pursue

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The Secret to Branding Yourself

Having a great smile and personality is no longer enough when creating a great first impression. So many consumers, employers and others in the world head to the internet to do some research before making a purchase, hiring a new employee and meeting someone for the first time. That is why knowing how to sell

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How Do I Know What I Should Do With My Life?

Who am I? What should I do with my life? These are questions that plague hundreds of millions of people the world over. If you type in the phrase “What should I do with my life test” or “what should I do with my life quiz” into a search engine, numerous sites will offer conflicting

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National Center For Missing And Exploited Children

When it comes to missing children, local law enforcement and the FBI are who many people think of. However, these are not the only agencies that are there to help. There are many things that the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children does. This is an important organization that every parent should know about.

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Are You Abused? A Guide to Domestic Violence

Spouses and domestic partners, by the nature of the closeness of the relationship, often have disagreements and arguments. But when does this adversarial behavior venture into the territory of domestic abuse? Obviously, direct violence (hitting, pushing, and other forms of physical abuse) should not be a result of arguing and fighting. But neither should the

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OP-ED: The Drama Queens’ Guide to Ending Self Pity

The Drama Queens’ Guide to Ending Self Pity! So you have high expectations, you are easily disappointed, you freak out over the slightest affairs, and you end up feeling victimized and persecuted by the world. So how does one manage all of the above without losing their sanity? By knowing yourself, accepting your personality and

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CyberBullying Prevention, Some Peace of Mind!

Everyone knows that bullies are weak; everyone tells you that they’re actually cowards who don’t have the strength to face their own problems, so they choose to pick on whoever they think is the weaker man. No news here. CyberBullying Prevention is essential! They tell you what to do when facing a bully and how to

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Anti Bullying Day – Spreading from Canada to the World

Not everyone has heard of the event, but Anti Bullying Day is starting to spread in popularity, much of the distribution being due to social media and the ability to explain the event via the Internet. Anti Bullying Day first began as a singular high school event in Nova Scotia, Canada, with a group of students

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The Sadness of Going Through Bully Fights Alone

Learn the three rules of Bully Fights! Want to know the worst thing about Bully Fights? What makes Bully Fights truly unbearable and despicable? It’s not the physical pain- sticks and stones… It’s not that it’s unfair- that’s how life can be. It’s not the humiliation and awkwardness- everyone has their moments… It’s being completely alone

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