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“When you’re given a positive label, you’re afraid of losing it, and when you’re hit with a negative label, you’re afraid of deserving it.” – Carol Dweck, Stanford University psychologist It goes back to the old saying about sticks and stones…. but words will never hurt you. We are beyond that. Everyone knows that words […]

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Recently my Huffington Post articles shared a phenomenal campaign that is spreading through California schools and hopefully will make it across the country. #iCANHELP Delete Negativity on Social Media was created after someone maliciously decided to build a fake Facebook page on a teacher as a joke. The concept to delete negativity online isn’t new, […]

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Children and teens talking and texting on their smartphones is a very common sight on any city street or in any shopping mall. Children get their hands on mobile devices at a very early age; most are online by the time they are in the third grade. While technology can be a fantastic learning tool […]

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If you are from my generation Another Brick in the Wall brings back memories of one of the best classic rock songs by Pink Floyd. Today we can use it as an analogy. We have our Facebook wall (or timeline), we have streams on Twitter and Instagram and other social networking apps that we enjoy […]

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If you are a Positive Warrior you know that Wednesday means it is Happy Help Day! #iCANHELP Delete Negativity on Social Media is starting to get the attention they deserve. As I wrote in my last post, they replaced Throwback Thursday with Tag Someone Thursday, with a challenge to tag as many people as they […]

Pink Shirt Day 2014

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Pink Shirt Day is Wednesday, February 26th, 2014. It is the seventh annual Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day. As you know, bullying and the prevention of it has become a major focus in our schools today. Bullies are no longer limited to just verbal or physical bullying. Text and online bullying have become a serious problem […]

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No matter how old you are, you can make a difference. No matter who you are, you can make a difference. No matter where you are, you can make a difference. No matter how you feel, you can make a difference. The difference you make, is up to you! Social media has made it easy […]

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Texting has become a common form of communication today.  Actually I think more people text than they actually speak. Without being in front of a person it is easier to be bold with your words, or should I say keystrokes.  This is why people, especially teens and kids need to remember there is a real […]

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Sticks and stones. Words will never hurt you. Suck it up. Just ignore it. Easier said than done.  When we were younger we all remember that old cliché that sticks and stone may break our bones, but words can never hurt us. It only took a generation for us to realize not only do words […]

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Recently I wrote about a survey lead by Stage of Life that reported that 97% of teens learn their manners from home – their parents are their influence. When it comes to their decision to drink alcohol, according to the Century Council, 83% of teens said that their parents are their largest influence not to […]