Wednesday, February 29, 2012

17 Anti-Bullying Pictures for the classroom

By The Bully Blog with 7 comments


Avoiding a bully is one reason your child may be reluctant to go to school. Perhaps he is being forced to relinquish his lunch money to this bully. Or he might be fearful of physical harm. If you suspect a problem like this, you need to take action to ensure your child's safety and well-being. Thus, being a parent I've learned to be vigilant and more particular on the safety of my teens especially when it comes with bullying cases. Then I found this site that provides a protection for children from a safety mobile protection that can access family, friends and 911 in times of emergency. I just downloaded their application on their iPhone. Here’s where you can find it:

These anti-bullying pictures are very awesome, as well as very inspiring too (especially since they help out a writer like me). And in my mind, I can see the bullies of today become, as the website for TV Tropes and Idioms would call them, the Future Losers of tomorrow.

"Doing manual labor for a geek we used to make fun of? This isn't supposed to happen until we're, like, 30!"
—Dash, Danny Phantom — "King Tuck".

These are idiotic. You place the people on a victim role, telling them that there is not only a definite good/evil, but also that bullies are a source of evil. They only their rocks at things that shine? No! Bullies are simply people with power that choose to execute it. People that are bullied must learn to exercise their own power. They will not be helped by uplifting messages.

Yea well when your child comments suicide because they are being bullied by others you might have a different out look on bullying.

Oh, these are awesome! I wish I'd had them when I was teaching so many decades ago. Bullying seems to have survived and thrived since those years in the classroom. but I do believe putting up posters like these would surely help to encourage those who might enable the bullies to think abut their actions. And this is the key -to make sure people are not enabling the bullies. without an audience, without a following, they will be alone and that can make a big difference. Clare

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