Posts Tagged ‘StopBullying.gov’

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Words matter, we have heard this over and over again – because it is true. It doesn’t matter how old you are, when you are continually labeled a lazy person or fat, ugly, disgusting, and other cruel words — eventually you may start to believe them or worse – start to become them. We have […]

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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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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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StopBullying.Gov is pleased to unveil its very first infographic, with research and statistics on what bullying is and how to prevent it. The infographic illustrates the many forms of bullying, its prevalence and its impact on youth and communities.    Copyright permission by StopBullying.gov for SueScheffBlog.com Follow StopBullying.gov on Twitter and join them on Facebook.