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Speaking of Psychology: Putting an end to bullying and school violence
Dorothy Espelage, PhD, talks about the effectiveness of anti-bullying programs and what parents and schools can continue to do to curb everything from cyberbullying to dating violence.
— Read on www.apa.org/research/action/speaking-of-psychology/end-bullying
I love this philosophy of living! Please read more about this wonderful movement!
— Read on https://www.cnvc.org/
The Southern Poverty Law Center is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality.
— Read on www.splcenter.org/what-we-do
The Bigger Picture of tolerating a childhood culture of bullying has socioeconomic consequences for the present and future greater society.
— Read on www.stopbullying.gov/
Here is another great source.
This quick reference answers questions about bullying we hear frequently from the Teaching Tolerance community. The information will get you started and point you toward more in-depth resources.
— Read on www.tolerance.org/professional-development/bullying-basics
FAQs – School Discipline & Bullying – Council for Children’s Rights
— Read on www.cfcrights.org/advice-and-guidance-index/faqs-discipline-bullying/
Stories that connect us and sometimes even change the world.
— Read on www.upworthy.com/this-dad-is-going-massively-viral-after-making-his-bully-daughter-walk-5-miles-to-school
Parental guidance is primary
Grass is greener (on the other side)
This video was posted by a teacher on my Gaga’s KDP Educational Honor Society’s website.
It is a gem.
Tell us what you think.
NO BLAME; NO JUDGEMENT; NO DOMINATION
It is important that we all prepare ourselves to recognize words that bully before we hear them addressed to us or others in order to practice safety. Negative words and actions are used by bullies that can hurt mentally, emotionally and/or physically: they BLAME; they JUDGE; they DOMINATE and CONTROL.
We believe that bullies are people behaving as predators who want to diminish or take life away from their prey. They look for people they think are weak victims to feed their own hunger based in inadequacies and lack in human connections such as love and empathy.
Our mission is to not let bullies scare us into submission and low self esteem. We won’t let them scare us. We are strong. We are not victims nor are we prey for other people. We are all this life together and we stand united in our effort to end bullying.
Hudsen will define the words we will want to know and discuss. Let her begin:
The Xerox Intermediate Dictionary defines a bully as a person who tries to frighten those smaller or weaker than himself.
Blame: To accuse of being responsible for a fault or error.
We will continue defining these words with our next blog. Let us live and not die.