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Listen to Ally: When It Comes to Being Bullied, She Knows What She’s Talking About

By | A Thin Line, bullying, CNN, cyberbullying, high school, MTV, National Geographic, online safety, sexting, Uncategorized | No Comments

Several months ago, my friend, Nancy, and I attended a bullying and cyberbullying panel discussion featuring some of the top names in the field…but the most impressive by far, was an expert sitting in the audience. The most riveting remarks…

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Blood is Thicker than Water: Bullying Prevention and Intervention

By | Australian bullied boy, bullying, bullying prevention, online safety, Pacer, siblings, Uncategorized, White House Summit on Bullying Prevention | No Comments

Family Discusses WH Bullying Conference: MyFoxTWINCITIES.com The role of the sibling is so powerful. A caring sibling can make all the difference and is one of the roles that doesn’t get enough attention. Siblings are often better positioned to understand…

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White House Summit on Bullying: What Can We Do?

By | bully prevention, bystander, early prevention, elementary schools, Michelle Obama, online safety, President Obama, Rosalind Wiseman, StopBullying.gov, Uncategorized, upstander, White House | No Comments

In President Obama’s opening remarks at the White House Summit on Bullying, he said, “No child should feel that alone.” That just about sums up why I’m involved. In the closing remarks after all the true but tragic stories, the…

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More on How Young is Too Young On Facebook: Michelle Obama Weighs In

By | cyber bullying, cyberbulling, elementary school, Facebook, Good Morning America, internet safety, Michele Obama, Michelle Obama, middle school, online safety, Uncategorized | No Comments

Why Is 10, 11 or 12 too young to be on Facebook? Isn’t it obvious? It’s not about giving our kids permission to do something that all of their “friends” are doing, it’s giving them permission to do something that…

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