Being in the media you are always wrought with criticism from your viewers and listeners. It is much worse for TV reporters/anchors than it is on radio since you are literally being seen and not just heard. What I have heard from my TV friends is that it can get brutal and sometimes you just have to have a thick skin and just let the criticism roll off. Well, Jennifer Livingston decided after getting a hurtful email from a viewer that she would stand up for herself and countless others that are being bullied. If you haven't seen the video I encourage you to watch. It is very inspiring.
Bullying has been around forever, but it’s really come to the forefront over the last few years with experts and educators weighing in with different ways to solve this problem that affects so many kids.
Almost everyone has encountered that one co-worker who would rather spend every ticking second of an eight-hour workday telling you how to do your job rather that minding their own business and focusing on their own work.
That’s more than enough money for Klein to retire from the yellow school bus grind. And she plans to. But she is also using a good chunk of the cash — $100,000 — to set up the Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation.
Former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi, who was convicted in March of a hate crime for using a webcam to spy on his roommate’s same-sex intimate encounter two years ago, was sentenced Monday by a New Jersey judge to probation, community service and 30 days in jail.
Dan Savage, known for creating the anti-bullying series ‘It Gets Better,’ sparked a controversy with a speech he gave recently at a high school journalism conference. While discussing the Bible, he reportedly so offended the Christian teens in attendance that many of them simply walked out.
Even celebrities grow up being bullied. Even though it is completely unacceptable being bullied can have an impact on a child. It destroys their self esteem and worth but sometimes it can become a great motivator to break out and do something amazing with your life. Glee star Lea Michele was bullied when she was a kid. She was bullied so much that she had to change her last name.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a cherished holiday treasure, however, does the classic TV program promote bullying. Comet, plays the coach in the show, and he is the first to say that Rudolph won't play in any reindeer games. Santa also goes on to bash Rudolph as well. The question is, "Does this send our kids the wrong message?"
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