Thursday, May 27, 2010

Myth #4: Bullying doesn't happen at our school.

It's true that bullying occurs more frequently at certain schools than others, but it can and does happen anywhere children and youth gather. Studies show that between 15%-25% of children in the United States are bullied with some frequency and 15%-20% admit that they bully other children with some frequency during the school term. A sad state of affairs that is continuing to escalate. Our children are the future leaders. Is this what we want our country and children to become? A nation of bullies? We must address this problem now. Get all the facts as well as solutions in the FREE eBOOK download coming out next Friday, June 4th! Don't miss out on the contest--it ends next Thursday! Send in your idea or picture showing how you would help prevent bullying and a winner will be chosen from each age category (5-7, 8-10, 11-13, and 14-16)!

Here's a funny question from Rick Frishman's Author 101 Newsletter: Why is it when you're driving around looking for an address, you turn down the volume on the radio?

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