I Am a Supporter
How can I get involved to help support Be Strong?
Be Strong needs YOU and thanks YOU – Working with young people is among the most rewarding and important roles in society. We need the survivors, the allies, the bullies, supporters, corporate professionals, stakeholders and volunteers to unite for us all to experience restorative change. We know that it can be overwhelming to know what to do when faced with bullying – so we have crafted this simple checklist to get you started in positively disrupting your home, your classroom, your school, and your community!
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Resources for Supporters
Are you a boss? Not only must you run your department well, you are also required to make your employees happy with the way their co-workers treat them.
Serving 60 beautiful orphans for two weeks can help anyone shift their paradigm and feel grateful for the smallest things, things we take advantage of and take for granted, every single day here in the United States.
Making choices can be incredibly difficult. When you have a tough decision to make, it’s best to remember you’re not the only person who will be affected.
Most bullying is regarding that experienced by children in school. Many adults experience it, too, including at the workplace. Here is a chance to make life better for yourself or other adults you know.
I had a couple of friends who I hung out with every single day and I remember talking about things we were struggling with. All three of us had our own challenges but I honestly remember that being one of the best summers of my life!
I believe the most resilient people are those who learn, adapt, and then teach.