Survivors often hold themselves responsible for the things that happened to them. Unless some event occurs that helps them put the responsibility where it belongs, on the perpetrator, they may spend their entire lives not only feeling guilty, but angry at themselves for not having been able to do something more to stop the abuse, or to have prevented it in the first place. 382 more words
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When Jingles looks in the mirror, she doesn’t see the person that other people see. Fortunately, there is help. Princess Gracie will show her how to see who she really is!
R.E.S.P.E.C.T .... Learn to recognize when you are being disrespected and when you are disrespecting yourself.
R.E.S.P.E.C.T … Respecting the person in the mirror so that others can too…. You are becoming conscious of the ‘true you‘ but who are you and do you have any respect for the person that you have become? 733 more words
“It’s a whole new world where hypocrisy, internal contradictions and lapses in logic are overlooked.” This young lawyer shares her thoughts from the Blogosphere on cyber bullying among Samoans using social media.