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“I would rather be a little nobody, then to be a evil somebody.” Abraham Lincoln Bullying comes in many forms. It happens everyday and is one of the third leading cause of among young people. Over 4,000 deaths a year are attributed to bullying. A victim of bullying is up to nine times more likely to commit or attempt to commit suicide. According to ABC news more than 30% of students are either bullies or the victims of bullying. How can we prevent this? What can
As a parent of two beautiful children, I am dealing with bullying head on because my 9 year old is being tormented. Bullying is taught. Children learn it from parents, siblings, and other influential people in their lives. Parents we must stand up together and teach our children how bullying can change a childs life.
Best of SCI Recovery Radio: This week the St. Christopher’s Inn Recovery Radio Podcast is hosted by Director of Nursing and Admissions Laurel McCullagh who interviews David Gerber on the topic of bullying. David discusses the changing nature of bullying today in schools as well as it’s relationship to the choice to abuse chemicals, and it’s impact in chemical dependency treatment.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Dr. Aimee Shunney, licensed Naturopathic Doctor, shares the role nutrition plays in emotional health. Dishing on Dinner features Nicole Brady of SAHMReviews.com. Children’s health advocate and author of Making Healthy Choices – A Story to Inspire Fit, Weight-Wise Kids, Merilee Kern, shares tips for helping your children maintain healthy lifestyles . Certified drug and alcohol counselor, Rayne Golay, shares tips for identifying signs of abuse or neglect. Susan Catchings, certified Nurse Practitioner, discusses battling head lice.
In March we will be talking about bullying and the effects it has on our teens.
Katlyn Cheyenne Bryant
16 years old
Currently I am working with Fayette Cares on a year-long project. Every year Fayette Cares conducts a toy drive at Christmas to help less fortunate families in our community. I have sat down with the directors and staff at Fayette Cares to come up with a year-long project. I am hoping this way people will have all year to donate and not just one time a year and more donations can be made. Maybe we can reach out to more families in need this Christmas. Here is my current project(s):
February - Paint me a Picture Month (crayons, coloring books, markers, paint, chalkboards, molding clay, construction paper, etc.) - March - Snuggle up Month (new teddy bears or stuffed toys) - April - Don’t get Board Month (new board games, cards, etc.) - May - Ready to Read Month (new books for all ages) - June - Piece it Together Month (new puzzles) - July - All Dolled up Month (new dolls: Barbie’s, baby dolls, rag dolls, GI Joe’s, wrestlers, etc.) - August - Cruising Month (new cars and trucks: can be die cast, plastic (big or small), trains, etc.) - September - Just for Babies Month (new baby and toddler toys) - October - Diggin Dinosaurs Month (new dinosaur toys) - November - Let’s Play Dress Up Month (new dress up clothes; princesses, fireman, fairies, policemen, etc.) - December – Donate any new toys
I am continuing my Helping Hands of TN platform that focuses on youth volunteerism in our community. This will be our 4th year and I hope it is the best yet. This will also be my 2nd year directing my own Crowns that Care pageant (all proceeds to benefit Fayette Cares).