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Kevin helps a friend being bullied – Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO

Kevin helps a friend being bullied – Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO.

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A little bit about moi: I am a mom, a nana, a sister, a woman, a friend, a human being…a youth counsellor, Family Life Educator. I have been working in the helping profession for over 25 years and volunteered in various capacities from youths to seniors. Tournesol is my nom de plume for haiku and other Japanese form poetry here at Tournesoldansunjardin http://cheryllynnroberts.wordpress.com I hope you enjoy reading through my daily waka. I also have another blog "Stop the Stigma" where I may stand on my soapbox now and then and hope it will become a place to drop in and share or comment on issues important to you. In that vein this could be a great way to learn from each other. http://stigmahursteveryone.wordpress.com Namaste!

2 thoughts on “Kevin helps a friend being bullied – Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO

  1. Sometimes youths feel it will be worse to tell especially in high school and a new student trying to fit in. I think things get out of hand when in a group of people…and that is what happened here.

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  2. Kids can be so cruel. Once a ‘leader’ is involved the pressure is really on. I hate this sort of princess bullying. I hear about it through my own kids. Some kids just seem to have no perception of the hurt and anguish they cause. Or, if they do, they don’t care. It sounds as if the school does have something in place but the girl must know this and maybe still feels she’ll be ostracised. Thank god for friends like Kevin. But so much for him to carry too. I always wonder if the parents of these bullies know what sort of children they’re raising. Are they led to believe they can do no wrong? Are they made to believe that they rule the roost and are beyond decency? It’s so worrying. Prayers for all who endure this. And guidance for the ones who perpetrate.x

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