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Get Stuffed

Come on then, God;

Tell me where the F**** you do want me to be.

Come on. I’m waiting.

Because you rejected me again today. And I could formally complain about the unfairness of the interview process – because it was underhand (and everyone thought I was suspicious for thinking this) – and I could sue the church for utter unprofessionalism, resulting directly in loss of earnings, but let’s face it, where would that get me? 112 more words


How effective is your charity?

Following the cautionary tale of BeatBullying the Charity Commission has drawn attention to its 15-question checklist on charity operations in the current economic climate.

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Charity Commission

Cyberbullying: Does it exist?

Whilst bullying has traditionally involved physical, psychological and verbal abuse, an increase in the use of technology and social media has given rise to new form of abuse called cyber bullying. 362 more words


Who cares if you’re hurting?

This week, commencing Monday 17 November, is Anti-bullying week. Almost 45,000 children talked to ChildLine about bullying last year. One parent working with one of our HeadStart projects shares her story. 415 more words

BIG Lottery Fund

A few words about BeatBullying

Some of you may have seen the headlines in the past few days about the charities Beatbullying and Mindfulluk going into administration. Some of the the reports that I have read have placed a negative tarnish on the charity. 393 more words

Comment And Opinion

Sibling Bullying Takes Mental Toll

Sibling Bullying Takes Mental Toll

Siblings will inevitably fight, but when one regularly says nasty or hurtful things to or about the other, gets physical with him or her, or consistently ignores him or her, it crosses the line into… 76 more words

'The bully who broke me': How Let The Right One In is beating bullying on stage - Published in The Independent and The I

Theatre producer Marla Rubin never fully recovered from the torment she suffered as a child. Now, she and the cast of Let The Right One In are taking their anti-bullying message into schools.

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