Small Part in Helping to Make the World Better 10

There are times I feel smaller and less significant than this Gecko, but I am not about to let that stop me from doing my small part for bully prevention.  Everyone who knows me knows this is a cause very dear to my heart.  October is  Bullying Prevention Awareness Month so I am grateful that Dr. Kathleen Kozak has invited me back to the “The Body Show” on Hawaii Public Radio at KIPO 89.3 FM on Monday, October 3, 2011 at 5:oo PM HST.  You can click on the link then click on KIPO for the live stream.  You can also read more about ways you can help at the sites listed below.  

Bullying prevention advocates call for social movement to address effects of bullying |

National Bullying Prevention Center.

Bullying Prevention Awareness Month (October 2011) | National Child Traumatic Stress Network – Child Trauma Home.

Golden Rule Pledge Joins National Bullying Prevention Month as National Partner – Dr. Warren Throckmorton Christian Blog.

Stomp Out Bullying.


    • Bruce,
      Thank you and thanks for those prayers you mentioned on the comment in your blog. We need them right now especially. You help to make the world brighter too. I think every positive thought and all the prayers do.
      Blessing to you too!

  1. Well done Sue, we are all ripples.
    What we are doing can only help future ASD’s not have the fears that are obvious in every Aspie/Autie and those who love and care for them.
    Keep up the good work my friend.
    Love and hugs. xx 🙂

  2. Thanks for taking on the cause, Sue. It is a monstrous issue among both the young and older and the impacts of bullying without intervention are immense. People need to understand that it isn’t typical of adolescence or the old “boys (or girls) will be boys” syndrome. I would say that it is the most pressing issue in schools, more pressing than the absurd testing and accountability movement. I’m happy you are taking a lead in this area.

    • Phil,
      Thank you! Miranda and I are both so grateful that you and Sharon understand. Too many, including some school principals and teachers fail to see how deep the impact is. It is like the old UNCF slogan, “A mind is a terrible thing to waste” and bullying is wasting minds and destroying the hearts and souls of our current and future generation.

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