This is my favorite picture in this whole project because it is a anti bully image. I am completely 100% against bullying. I was bullied almost my whole life in school from elementary up until my sophomore year in high school because of my weight. I was depressed and sad and often didn't want to go to school because of the way some the other students would talk to me. The bullying only stopped or at least didn't affect me anymore was all because I met a girl named Maria.
Pledge to Take a Stand Against Bullying... Bullying is devastating. Some people mistakenly believe that bullying is a 'normal' part of growing up, or that kids should 'work it out on their own'. But this problem has grown far too serious to ignore. Sign the pledge to take a stand against bullying today! October 31 2012
I am posting this because of an issue I have been increasingly seeing. I will not tolerate cyber bullying. If I see that a comment is directed to someone in a hurtful and rude way you will be blocked. This is something that has been concerning me for some time. I love everyone's comments when they are upbeat and positive or even when people have a lively debate! But I will no longer tolerate people being rude to each other, it is not OK.
Managing diversity is a responsibility of a manager and the first step towards harmony in the workplace. Treating each associate with respect and equity is how you comply with this standard. In addition, understanding culture differences and backgrounds without uniformity will show your employees that you truly care about them as individuals.
Bullying Facts: Ten Things Every Parent Should Know Now
For all the people in Oak Park and surrounding areas in SKATING......YOU DON"T NEED TO WORRY ABOUT ME ....I have passed my tests and learned my maneuvers OVER MANY YEARS and that is all I DO ....practice and skate....YOU NEED TO MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS and MIND MINE LESS...by the way MY BEHAVIOR is way less inappropriate then your stalking, harassment and invasion of privacy....Mr. Hamilton and crew.
Anti bulling video-show this to 5th-12th grade students! "The Secrets A Teen Carried Nearly Killed Her, So She Did The Only Thing She Could With Them." Have students practice empathy by writing down what they think she is feeling as they watch her facial expressions change-VERY POWERFUL!!