In honor of National Stop Bullying Day, I am asking you to share a meal with a special child in your life and talk to them about this important issue. Together we can make a difference.
Please visit this website ( http://www.stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov/adults/default.aspx) for both children and adults for bullying information, resources, and prevention tips from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Whether you have been bullied, witnessed bullying, or bullied someone else, look around, play games, and learn how you can help stop bullying now.
If you have been following my blog in the past few months, you know that Kerri has been a victim of bullying both at school and on the school bus. It is so important that our children know they can tell us anything, have tools to deal with bullying away from home, and have our full support. I cannot begin to tell you how devastating this is for a child's emotional well being, their confidence, and their self-esteem. Kerri is still refusing to ride the school bus.
Thank you for taking the time to care and make a difference in a child's life.
Life with Kerri is worth it.