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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
Humor is an often overlooked self-care tool.
Children experiencing different or negative emotional reactions will let us know when something is wrong, even when they aren’t entirely sure what it is.
Our educators have very important, demanding jobs, and are often under appreciated.
Bullied kids need to know how to respond when told to end their lives.
Evidence suggests a strong link between troubled sleep and bullying behavior, for everyone involved.
Half of children with a mental health condition in the United States go without treatment, according to a study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.