Archive for the ‘Cyberbullying’ Category

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Here’s a wake-up call for parents – you are unlikely to know if your teen is a victim of cyberbullying. No doubt you’ve witnessed reports of what appears to be a huge increase in cases of cyberbullying. It makes sense; our kids are online all of the time, especially on their phones, and a lot of […]

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Girls can be mean.  Kids can be mean.  No one is immune to bullying but everyone has the ability to be kind. We have heard a lot about mean girls, almost to exhaustion, yet it doesn’t make it go away.  Girls gossip, they will berate other girls until they cry and feel like dying. Why? […]

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It’s a fact, many people will turn a blind eye when they witness negative behavior. Whether it is online or in a school hallway or in the workplace — it is easier (or safer) to walk away than to risk getting involved. It is no different than not wanting to get involved in being a […]

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“Is it me or does this woman look like E.T. when they put the dress on him?” – DJ Eric B. Who is DJ Eric B.? According to his Facebook page his bio boasts more about who he is with rather than who he is. Biography: DJ Eric B has rocked dance floors all over The […]

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#iCANHELP Campaign continues to spread nationwide with their message that kindness can defeat negativity. A few negative posts can leave you feeling alone and isolated. However, all it takes is one person noticing something good and complimenting our day to erase all of the negativity that is following us around. Simple acts of kindness happen […]

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I recently wrote about Grownup Bullying and Monster Moms and the response was overwhelming. It was the same when I wrote about Adult Bullying: Harassment By People You Respect. I am confident that everyone that reads these articles knows someone that has been a victim of an adult bully or a grownup that simply is […]

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Actually it is Tag Someone You Love Thursday! Everyone knows about Throwback Thursday, however in an effort to delete negativity on social media, #iCANHELP Campaign created Tag Someone You Love Thursday! Have you become a positive warrior yet? Whether you are on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr – instead of posting a Throwback picture that […]

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It’s not about the bullying any more, it’s about the constant attack and threat of negative and hurtful posts and comments that people make every day. Will you answer the call and take a stand against negativity? #iCANHELP just released their latest video challenging us to stand up against negativity on social media. It’s a […]

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What a powerful message and couldn’t ring more true! As a victim and survivor of cyberbullying, I know firsthand of what type of people like to use the keyboard to send out cyber-bullets of hurtful and lethal keystrokes that can forever change the life of people of all ages. No one is immune to online […]

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Students and others have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts, feelings, activities, and even opinions about their teachers. With the limit of 140 characters per Tweet, you have options to make those keystrokes build someone up — or break them down. Just a thought, if someone was Tweeting about you, what would they say? […]