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Every day, thousands of children, teens, and young adults around the country are bullied. Estimates are that nearly one-third of all school-aged children are bullied each year – upwards of 13 million students. With the popularity of the internet and social media, bullying has taken on new meaning. Students involved in bullying are more likely to have challenges in school, to abuse drugs and alcohol, and to have health and mental health issues.
Bullying can have destructive consequences for our young people. And it’s not something we have to accept. As parents and students; teachers and communities, we can take steps that will help prevent bullying and create a climate in our schools in which all of our children can feel safe. As kids prepare to go back to school this episode will explore how teachers, parents, and other adults can recognize the signs of bullying and what they can do to help prevent bullying against the children in their lives.
Tune in Wednesday August 5, 2015 @ 9 pm (EST) to listen or to join in the discussion.
We have all seen or heard about it more than once or twice on the news, but workplace violence and bullying is a issue that's all too real but no one really wants to discuss it until something happens. Please join us this Wednesday we try to gain some type of clarity in terms of the causes, effects, and consequences of workplace violence . Silence with situations like this should never be acceptable.
Tonight I will have a very special guest Katie Neu. She is the Co-Founder / Co-Executive director of the anit-bullying movement in Canada.
She is here to answer your questions and talk about what bullying is and isnt . She will explain prevention and what she does to help.
She will share her lifes passion with helping others achieve safety and in doing so builds their self esteem.
Her website information is at www.bullyingcanada.ca
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, August 26, 2015, from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).
Last week we talked about why multi-generational leadership activism is in, and this week we’re going to talk about how to recognize and stop workplace bullying and harassment.
You may have read the Amazon news recently about their toxic workplace culture. While not new news, the unfortunate fact is there are too many other “bullying” and undermining cultures in business today.
Like pollution, workplace bullying and harassment does not usually kill you right away, but an enormous amount of misery is caused — and time wasted — because of unkind words and behavior that cause hurt feelings that take a toll on workplace productivity and relative happiness.
All of us can take leadership roles in helping prevent and stop harmful behavior by example, create clear boundaries about what is and is not acceptable, and a plan for upholding these boundaries.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about how to recognize and stop workplace bullying and harassment with this week’s guest: Irene van der Zande, Executive Director and Founder of Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International, a global nonprofit leader dedicated to teaching emotional and physical safety skills for people of all ages and abilities.
Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors, partners and supporters!
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National Foundation Against Bullying is doing a lot to help stop bullying. Listen in, call in
Our guest today is Dan Rader who is a Music Publisher, previously in the real estate
industry for over 25 years, owned his own brokerages and has become an activist against
bullying. Dan started the National Foundation Against Bullying- DanFab Anti-bullying, he speaks
all over the country and is spreading awareness about bullying, signs to look for, how you can help.
Dan speaks from first hand knowledge being bullied as a child.
Today we have the pleasure of speaking with Nurse Emma Soy. Nurse Soy has her Bachelors of Science in nursing as well as her Master’s degree. As a graduate of North Park University and Liberty University, she carries 25 years of experience as a nurse. She began her career working in pediatrics and then began to expand her knowledge with various positions in the nursing field. After being exposed to different experiences, she became an advocate for patient care initiatives. She used her passion to provide top quality patient care and motivation to help fellow nurses develop more skills, Emma then began to focus on becoming a nursing career coach. Although she was able to observe her patient’s health status improve, she gained much appreciation getting the opportunity to witness her fellow nurses improve on their clinical knowledge as well as develop better techniques so that they could become better nurses.
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This week, Rock and Spectre chat to Pop Culture Hero Coalition Co-Founders Carrie Goldman (author, "Bullied") and Matt Langdon (Founder, "The Hero Construction Company") and Coalition Founder Chase Masterson (of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fame) about their group's work to end bullying of all forms, their collaboration with other anti-hate-crime charities, and their thoughts on how we can all be our own heroes and stick up for the people who cannot defend themselves.
It doesn't get much more heroic than that, does it
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Why are Nurses being coereced and extorted to AA for 5 years , forced to attend 3 days a week? How did this happen. Why and how did it get so entangled. I am shocked by what some Nurses have explained to me what is going on around the country. This is outrageous and must be stopped. If you are a lawyer and are willing to help please contact us at email@example.com and if you are a Nurse being forced to AA and NA and want to fight back please let us know so we can connect you to each other in hopes there can be a class action lawsuit.
Have you ever been called a "slut"? If so, how did you feel? Whether you are sexually active or not the term can be hurtful and embarrassing. If you’re a parent of a teen, have you heard about "slut" shaming and the dire effects it can have on your impressionable teenager?
"Slut" shaming and sexual bullying is occurring every day in America. Many teens are experiencing these issues and feel uncomfortable reporting it to their parents or other adults. Emily Lindin, who founded of The UnSlut Project in April 2013, found herself in this exact situation when she was eleven. She began journaling about these incidents of "slut" shaming and sexual bullying she faced in school.
As Emily published her journal entries, she hoped that her words would reach teens experiencing the same thing bringing awareness about this prevalent issue. The UnSlut Project started as a small online personal submission and has now grown to incorporate the stories of girls, women, and men of many ages, backgrounds, and nationalities. Emily will be discussing the UnSlut Project and her upcoming video project “Slut: A Documentary Film” and her soon to be released book, “UnSlut: A Diary and A Memoir”.
Emily Lindin is the founder of The UnSlut Project, ? an online community where survivors of sexual bullying and "slut" shaming can share their stories, and where girls who are currently suffering can find support and solidarity.
?The UnSlut Project's crowd-funded film, "Slut: A Documentary Film," is in post-production and Emily's book, "UnSlut: A Diary and A Memoir," will be published in Dec., 2015.
This is a raw rant & rave show. This is not for the weak minded, nor is it polite. Here we get angry in order to take action to problems hindering humanity. Tonight Da' Bull will cover various topics, as he sees fit. One of those topics is Bullying.
If you have anything you want to get off your chest, please call into the show and I will give you time to vent and let that anger out. You can also head to our FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE and vent there with outher listeners and the host.
Welcome to the Bullring!
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott interview Beth Saadati.
Beth Saadati has sown her time and heart into the lives of hundreds of teens—and reaped an abundance of laughter and life in return. A certified high school English teacher, she is currently teaching composition classes, homeschooling her son (age nine) and daughter (age twelve), and crafting a novel.
For more than two decades Beth has taught in public school, private school, and home school settings. Jenna, Beth's effervescent firstborn daughter, was her favorite teenage student before Beth lost her, without warning, to suicide resulting from bullying. On January 2, 2013, the world as Beth had known it forever changed.
Now, through speaking and writing, Beth encourages others to fight through heartbreak and hurt as she transparently journeys through the painful aftermath of her beloved daughter's death. Four of Beth’s stories have been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul books in 2015. She was also awarded first place in the SC chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers' first five pages contest.
Beth is working on a young adult novel, Breathe, based on Jenna's true story. At the 2015 Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference (BRMCWC), this book received the BelieversTrust Beyond the Steeple Award for the work deemed to hold the greatest potential to impact a mainstream audience.
Welcome to BlogTalkRadio's Featured World of Ink Network. Today (Wed. July 29, 2015) hosts Virgina S Grenier and Traci McDonald will be talking about bullying and its impact on society with Fawn Einarson-Nielsen, President of Hear My Heart Books Inc. (HMHB). Hear My Heart Books Inc. is incorporated in the province of Saskatchewan to focus on social entrepreneurship initiatives. They create and publish resources for children living in crisis and difficult life circumstances.Learn more at http://hearmyheartbooks.ca/
Fawn is also the author of the children's book, Spots, Dots...and the Nots?! This important story presents a real-life review of how bullying impacts society. When the RED Spots and WHITE Dots come together to exclude the Nots, they create more and more PINK Nots.
teaches kids about human rights,
reinforces that we are all who we are meant to be,
builds dialogue around inclusion,
provides support to the bully, victim and bystander,
reinforces positive, respectful behaviour, and
reminds us that we all have a choice to exclude (which increases anger and unhappiness) or practice inclusion (where everyone can flourish and grow).
ISBN: 978-0-9868750-5-2 Book Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xa040FHbfm8
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