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Victory Is In the Eye of the Beholder

Victory Is In the Eye of the Beholder

You can have victory only when you decide to stand up for yourself and tell that bully, “Stop bullying me.” You can have victory over yourself when you finally come to realize that the bullying will stop when you decide it will. 189 more words

Blog Post

Not to trivialise a serious issue, but has harassment really got worse because it's online?

On my first day at secondary school back in 1967 (!) I was upended into a water-butt my new fellow students who didn’t like my accent, thought I was a shortarse and that I had a risible surname. 494 more words

Personal

Bullying...A not so silent killer

I know its been a few weeks since I’ve wrote. I really have no excuse. However I am sorry.

I wanted to pick a more serious topic to write about this week, and I thought no better topic then that of bullying.  447 more words

Are schools accidentally encouraging bullying?

As a deputy principal, it is my role to oversee the more serious issues that crop up with a particular grade level. That grade level just happens to be a lovely group of 350 14-year-olds. 601 more words

Education

Legally Blonde

“Oh my god, you’re like Elle Woods!”

Yeah, not the first time I’ve heard that one. Being a young female with blonde hair, law school aspirations, and a love of glam almost invariably comes with being compared to Elle Woods. 1,012 more words

Lifestyle

Burger King's Heart-Warming Bullying Ad Is Terrific! [Video]

Bullying ads are a past time, they’ve been on a staple during television commercials and shows for decades.

Burger King decided to try their hand at a promotional video against bullying, comparing adults that call out the fast food chains employees for their mishandled burgers but disregard real bullying that takes place in front of them. 54 more words

Features

Burger King's Heart-Warming Bullying Ad Is Terrific! [Video]

Bullying ads are a past time, they’ve been on a staple during television commercials and shows for decades.

Burger King decided to try their hand at a promotional video against bullying, comparing adults that call out the fast food chains employees for their mishandled burgers but disregard real bullying that takes place in front of them. 54 more words

Features