Tag Archives: Bullying Expert

Ben Cohen Launches Stand Up To Bullying Day on November 14 in UK

Ben Cohen, the man who might be the one single-handedly winning England the Rugby World Cup is using the power of his celebrity to stand up to Bullying with his very foundation and his very own cause. Ben Cohen has firstly become an internationally acclaimed and respected gay icon as he dedicates a portion of

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The Search for Inspiring Bullying Speakers

The topic of bullying has become a hot topic in communities, schools and across the nation. This is why there has been a recent emergence of professional speakers who focus on offering inspirational lectures to parents, children, teachers and no bullying advocates. Anti bullying speakers take pride in offering programs that offer motivation and inspiration

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More on Bullying Seminars

Bullying has become a serious concern at schools across the country. Parents, teachers and students are all working to help spread awareness and stop these heinous acts from occurring in their community’s backyard. In order to stop bullying, everyone in the community needs to get involved and stop turning a blind eye when they see

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Clues That Bullying Is To Blame For Your Child’s Eating Disorder

Bullying is a difficult experience for any child to cope with. A child, either overweight or skinny, may begin to develop eating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia, or binge eating disorder after their body shape or size comes under attack by a bully. A child may not want to admit that there is a problem, so a parent needs to

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Karen Severson On Bullying Before It Became Famous

Karen Severson writes for NoBullying about her experience with bullying before it became more common to discuss in the media and how she changed her life around. Before bullying was talked about or expressed in the media I was convicted of 2nd Degree Murder for participating in the death of my childhood friend.  The crime

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When A Bully Becomes Bullied – The Transformation Of Identities

As soon as you are born, this life puts you in an imperceptible box. In which you spend your entire life. This box is then carefully bounded by lines and borders; and finally you are slowly stapled with labels. From the day you open your eyes till the last breath – you are distributed into

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The Role of Motivational Speakers in Society Today

Motivational speakers are all the rage today and for good reason. A good motivational speaker can change your life in a positive way by encouraging you to live up to your full potential. Many people start their day by listening to inspirational speakers on TV, radio or online. Kids, teens and adults alike can benefit

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Paul Coughlin, An Inspiring Anti Bullying Speaker

About Paul Coughlin, An Inspiring Anti Bullying Speaker The majority of anti bullying speakers follow a “one and done” philosophy. The speaker gives his presentation to the organization such as a workplace or a school. He makes great points and builds motivation and emotion to prevent bullying behavior. He fires up students, educators and parents

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The Makings of a Bullying Workshop

Anti bullying workshops bring this behind-the-scenes behavior into the light. Bullying has many forms and not each bully performs the same tricks, nor is each target affected the same way. Some types of bullying that occur, which bullying workshops discuss in detail, according to stopbullying.gov,  are: Pushing Threatening Name Calling Making fun of Spreading rumors

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The Role of Anti Bullying Speakers in Schools

The Role of Anti Bullying Speakers in Schools The fight against bullying continues to be a major effort in many primary and secondary schools around the world. By incorporating a variety of strategies into their anti bullying programs, schools can make greater headway in reducing bullying behavior. Such strategies could include: establishing an anti bullying

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Gaetane Montreuil on Teaching Kindness

Gaetane Montreuil talks to NoBullying about teaching kindness to children and the release of her new book series.  1- What inspired you to write The “Leelo” series? The inspiration in wanting to write the Leelo series came from two experiences. The first was when I was running my kindergarten Montessori school. As a young mother,

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How to Help Your Adopted Child Who is Being Bullied

When your adopted child is being bullied it can be one of the most horrible things for a foster parent. Adopted kids and step kids don’t share the genetic pre-disposition which natural born children do. Even still standing up for your adopted child can be a totally strong bonding experience for the two of you.

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