she is SO brave...I would be a wreck on that show...
Sometimes it takes a horrible event to act as a catalyst. I agree with Ellen, we should have a daily compassion exercise. Make it five or ten minutes a day to affirm that differences aren't something to fear. Emphasize the value of the individual but also emphasize the value of compassion for others.
Sirdeaner - I know you wont remember me, but we knew each other back in the late 70's. I lived in Hampden, Mass and you still lived in Springfield. I am not sure how we knew each other, I went to Thornton Burgess Middle School. We used to talk on the phone quite a bit back in the 7th grade. My name was Robin Staubly. I read this article and was deeply saddened. I commend you on all you are doing to bring the subject of bullying to the forefront. My thoughts and prayers are with you.Robin Geller
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