Even grownups experience bullying, and it can be awful. Although many of the resources below are focused on youth, the messages and encouragement to be found applies to us all.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
The "just say SORRY" Facebook community page, called PROject Peace is for people who want to share their experiences about being bullied so that we can offer bullies a safe place where they are forgiven and welcomed when they say sorry. Please be nice to the wounded butterflies you might find there while we regain our strength!
The Federal Government Website for Bullying Resources
A National Bullying
Champions For Children With Disabilities
This website is also a tremendous resource for children who have been bullied with extremely useful documents and tool kits for parents, teachers and schools.
Pacer has two specific sites for teens and young children to get involved and to empower themselves against bullying.
National School Climate Center
Educating minds and hearts...because the three "Rs" are not enough. They offer a program called BullyBust: Promoting a Community of Upstanders
"Mean Stinks" Campaign
Please consider visiting the link below for free resources to reinforce good behavior. It is a program sponsored by Proctor and Gamble. Simply click on the link below to learn more today.
Just Yell Fire -
A Million Girl Revolution Combating Violence Against Young Women
(Thank you, Payton, for this great resource! You have helped someone today and you should be very proud of yourself!!!)
How Great Teachers Can Identify and Prevent
Bullying in Schools
More resources are on the way!
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