#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 in our school stories. Did […]

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Understanding the Bullies in Our Lives

If you ask a psychologist about bullies; he’ll tell you that they’re deeply disturbed, often mentally incapable individuals, who compensate their lack of control in one area by imposing domination in another- i.e. they’re weak. If you ask a bully victim; they’ll tell you they’re terrorists, who work with intimidation and tyranny to inflict as much pain as they can […]

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Is Your Student a Bully? The Signs

Signs your student is a bully! Brandon and Larry were good friends ever since elementary school. Throughout their academic years, Brandon, who was outgoing, down-to-earth and popular, maintained a C average. Larry was the reticent type who was alone most of the time and was a B student. Both spent time on Facebook, but Larry practically made it his life. […]

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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 throughout Bully Fights. After all […]

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Is Bullying Fun? How to Tell if it is

Having fun often means everyone is having a good time, but it can be difficult to judge if something really is fun or not. This can be a major problem when it comes to the Internet, because you may think something is fun, but it could quickly end up being nothing more than cyber bullying of other people. This is […]

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