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Maybe It's Just Me: Sticks & Stones

If you haven’t been 100% isolated from the world (no offense Mr. JD Salinger) from birth you’ve heard the ever so famous children’s rhyme: Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me… 443 more words

Life

Cyber bullying

                               

What is cyber bullying? I can explain what cyber bullying is, it is bullying that happens over social media. Sadly cyber bullying can follows us everywhere unlike physical bullying which occurs in person. 179 more words

Anti Bullying

Cyber Bullying

Really. What is going on with Cyber Bullying?
Who is so cowardly that they bully from a distance. From perfect anonymity. Faceless. Nameless.

Cyber bullying is surely the realm of unhappy teenagers ganging up and picking on a different individual? 92 more words

Blogging

Watch Adam Sandler Get Serious Again In Jason Reitman's 'Men, Women And Children'

You ever have a friend ask to use your smart phone to text someone because their smart phone had run out of power? What did you do? 394 more words

Film Drunk

Awesome Humans: Trisha Prabhu and Rethink


Can a science fair project change the world? It’s happened before, and with the Google Global Science Fair announcing their finalists for 2014 last week, we’re wondering if a young teen from Illinois may just be on the cusp of something amazing. 150 more words

Inspiration

Words are the new sticks and stones.

Everyone’s heard that saying:

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”

I’m sure the expression was created with the best of intentions many years ago, with the message that it’s important to be resilient and have a tougher skin when people say mean things (which is fair enough on some levels and that’s for a whole other blog post), but in all reality, words are so important and shouldn’t be given less significance than physical hurts.

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Just Some Thoughts

Suicide and Self-Defense

According to National Alliance of Mental Illness, suicide is the eighth leading cause of death in USA, and it’s the third cause of death of people ages 15 to 24 years old, thus making this a critical issue. 718 more words