We recently caught up with Jen Unbe, who wrote the song Bully. We love her talents and energy, and her deep compassion. We want to introduce her to you as an example of someone whose creative drive has helped her keep pushing to grow, while her empathy and compassion keep her connected to and helping others
Category Archive: Guest Authors Share About Bullying
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Meet Staci Schwartz: Medical Doctor (former specialist in Geriatric Medicine and Geriatric Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), now a mother, children’s book author and illustrator. Impressed? So are we! Staci is one of our friends at BullyingEpidemic.com, because in addition to all her other skills she’s also a passionate bullying prevention advocate. BullyingEpidemic.com (BE) checked in …
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Judge Scott Crichton sees the problems of bullying from two important perspectives. As a Louisiana judge, he brings his legal perspective. As a father, he brings a personal perspective. He also understands bullying firsthand, having experienced it at boarding school as a teen. “I had to live with a bully for three years at boarding …
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September 14, 2012
September 14, 2012
Have you “met” Lizzie Velasquez? She was born with a rare medical condition where she has no adipose tissue on her body (she weighs 60 lbs. as a young adult). She has been called “the world’s ugliest woman” and been mercilessly bullied. Her “It Gets Better” video about withstanding bullying is quite powerful, and the opposite …
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June 26, 2012
June 26, 2012
When I was growing up, bullying was up close and personal, always face-to-face. For kids, most school bullying happened on the playground. Looking back, I can see that a lot of what we tolerated as “boys being boys,” cliques, and girls shunning other girls was actually bullying, and I was bullied regularly by bigger kids …
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