Guenevere DeCuir blogger of Crimson Flow wrote an amazing post on bullying the LGBT community. The statistics are saddening: “[LGBT] teens are two to three times as more likely to commit teen suicide than other youths.” How frightening is that? Guen’s post reveils more behind the stats… click here to read it: http://crimson-flow.blogspot.com/2012/03/bullying-lgbt-community.html?zx=12e33c6c775f2fb1
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Sian Pearl of parthenoid blog created this haunting image for the Concerned Bloggers Association. It’s been a trying week in the blogger world, and maybe even some bullying took place. Click here for the full blog post: http://parthenoid.blogspot.com/2012/03/concerned-bloggers-association-sticks.html
A week left in the March, which means some last minute posts on Bullying. Check back – often.
Nana Negulesco of Nana’s Cherrys blogged about Cyber Bullying for Concerned Bloggers Association. It can take on many forms and she describes the different types. Be sure to check it out here: http://nanascherrys.wordpress.com/2012/03/19/bullying/
Stay tuned for a blog post on “MEAN GIRLS” by another Concerned Blogger.
Bellessima‘s Belle Marquis wrote about Workplace Bulllying. OMG! Talk about educating the masses! I bet so many of you out there have been bullied in your workplace without even realizing it! Belle shares her personal experience in this fantastic post. Check it out here: http://belles.dotdigita.com/?p=1340
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Blissie Boucher of Gypsy Woman Blog put together an excellent post on CyberBullying. She starts off the post with: “When I was a kid, in order to be bullied…a bully had to physically be present.” But now, everything has changed. It’s easier to get into kid’s heads and torment them. To read the full post go here: http://blissfulgypsywoman.blogspot.com/2012/03/cyberbullying-its-just-little-text.html
Send some love Blissie’s way for such a great post. More to come from the Concerned Bloggers Association.