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Guys on the show this week we are talking anti bullying with from The Indy Rewind "The Indy Mind" Logan meyers and
the mother of a teenager who is a victim of bullying. The rate of suicide due to this kind of behavior is outrageous
and needs to be stopped. This show is dedicated to everyone who has been tormented, put down, picked on, beat up and
passed over because of any differences that they have. This is to all the people who have been called weird, loser, outcast
and any other disparanging remark. We as one united voice are going to tell these people to kiss our "ANTI NORMAL" BUTT.
So call in and let's ear you're story
Kathleen Elle: New Jersey Teen, "2013 Seventeen Magazine and Secret Deodorant's Mean Stinks Contest" for her anti-bullying original song “Don’t Let Them In,” National Young Arts Foundation winner, featured in The Cyberbullying Research Foundation, and a guest speaker for anti-bullying advocacy at TedX.
“I wrote this song because I felt that most bullying prevention campaigns I witnessed at school were solely focused on getting the bullies to stop bullying. I thought there needed to be a message directly to victims to not let bullies get to them, because bullies are often empowered by the reaction they get from the victim.”
“I have found that music is the most powerful way to convey a message. Music has the incredible ability to move people. I know this to be true because I have received messages from around the world from victims who have told me they’ve listened to my song over and over to give them the strength to face their bullies. “
“I want my song to empower victims to wake up every day and have the courage to face anyone who makes fun of them for who they are. Victims should never change who they are for bullies. If they don’t let them in, bullies will never win.”
Don't Let Them In
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On this special episode of the Transformation Cafe host Robin Masiewicz welcomes Anita Telle, author of The Ultimate Anti-Bullying Solutions Guide: The Sure Fire Way to Stop Bullying Now! Anita has also authored several children's books that help children to learn to appreciate each other's differences and learn to treat each other with kindness. Anita reads her books to children at schools and helps them learn strategies for dealing with bullys, how to appreciate differences, and how to think before they speak. Anita is changing lives one person at at time through her grass-roots movement to end bullying.
Learn more at http://AnitaTelle.com
Contact Robin Masiewicz at Robin@Transformation-Cafe.com
For more information and links to additional resources check out http://transformation-cafe.com. We'd love to hear from you!
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In this episode of Life As We Know It, we are going to talk about Cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is a huge deal to deal with as a teen. Did you know that nearly 43% of kids have been bullied on line. I have been bullied in middle school and called names but never really brought it up and today I will share my story. This episode you don't want to miss. Also We will have special guest Christian Cromartie talk about Cyberbullying so that we can get some input from another persons perspective.
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Bullying is a problem in many schools throughout Missouri. In February, Blake Kitchen, a young student with Asperger's was beaten at Liberty Middle School. Blake is still recovering from serious injuries he suffered in the attack.
Blake's family and others had reached out to various school officials several times about bullying concerns leading up to the day Blake was attacked. Blake was discovered laying unconscious on the cafeteria floor in a pool of his own blood before receiving medical attention.
Though school officials weren't quick to make any statements, the severity of the situation, and Blake's injuries rapidly captured attention throughout the state, including lawmakers like Senator Eric Schmitt.
In a passionate plea on the Senate floor, the usually mild mannered Senator urged bipartisan action from colleagues to address the problems with bullying in Missouri's schools. Schmitt said he was speaking from the heart about the issue, and that all kids have the right to expect to be safe in their schools.
Liberty Middle School bullying news story
Senator Eric Schmitt speaks out about bullying in Missouri's schools.
Ms. Kitchen: severely beaten son said, "Mommy, I'm going to die."
Credits: KCTV5, Missouri Senate, The Missouri Times, and St. Louis Public Radio.
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