Bullying Claims the Life of an 11-Year-Old Cancer Survivor

As a very young child, merely 3 years of age, Bethany Thompson has been diagnosed with brain cancer, what must have been devastating news for the family. But they have all battled through radiation therapy, and, in 2008, the child has been proclaimed a cancer survivor and cancer-free. She has overcome the worst that could ever happen to someone so young, […]

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#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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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. There are a few things […]

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Bullying and Art

Since attention was drawn to the importance of fighting bullying in a way that promotes positive attitude and kicks aggressive or negative methods out of the equation. The bully you meet at school is someone who needs help as well. If this fact is not recognized and dealt with correctly, the victim might suffer more on the hands of the […]

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Define Bully

How to Define Bully? Understanding the mindset of the “bully” today is often different than even just a few decades ago. Understanding the various types of bullies that are most common today can help you to provide safety and security for any child you believe is a victim themselves. Whether a bully is using verbal harassment or physical abuse, knowing how […]

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