Stomp Out Bullying Today October 3, 2016

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Today is Stomp Out Bullying Day, a day to come together and stand up to bullying.

Each year on the first Monday of October kids, teens, and adults all across the country all across the country wear blue shirts in a show of solidarity against bullying to make that the day that bullying prevention is heard around the world. This important day gives students a unified voice and empowers those who are so often silent to be able to speak out together.

I do not stand for bullying at all, it’s the one thing I do not condone. As a child I was severely bullied because of a car accident that left me scared and I had to learn to control my left side from a stroke. It continued through being a teenager and even as a adult I still get bullied from people.

It was so bad as a teenager that I thought about suicide and doing horrible things to myself. It was just awful. No child should ever have to suffer at the hands of someones jealousy or hate. It’s the worst feeling in the world.

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So today put on a blue shirt and sho your support to Stomp Out Bullying. You can get your official Stomp Out Bullying T-shirt here.

This is a compensated post on behalf of the Role Mommy Writers Network. All opinions are 100% my own.

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2 thoughts on “Stomp Out Bullying Today October 3, 2016

  1. I detest bullying of any kind. I got bullied because we were poor basically, although I didnt know why for a long time.
    People also need to be aware that teaching kids starts at home… it isnt just at school. With the advent of social media, rules have to be in place.
    I am so sorry you were bullied, it wasnt your fault.

  2. I know painfully well what it was like to be bullied as a kid and know the destruction it can lead to with self esteem and a sense of worth and value. I raised my kids by example, that they are morally obligated to stand up for the lesser among us, for the bullied, for those who for whatever reason need help standing up for themselves. Bullies don’t bully because they were born that way, they bully because at some point in their lives they learned it was acceptable. This is the message we must always give to our kids, that it is never acceptable.

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