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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Anti Bullying Quotes


These anti bullying quotes are effective for anyone who is a target of bullying.  Bullying is an ongoing problem that needs to be put to a stop.  These quotes will encourage parents, educators, children and anyone who is the target or witness of this horrible act.

“I think anything we do to promote equity and inclusion and an opportunity or a place for students to express themselves in a way that makes them comfortable is a positive thing for all of the students in our schools.” Larry Hope

Your kids learn a lot about power relationships from watching you. When you get angry at a waiter, a sales clerk, another driver on the road, or even your child, you have a great opportunity to model effective communication techniques. Don’t blow it by blowing your top! Any time you speak to another person in a mean or abusive way, you’re teaching your child that bullying is ok.” Education.com

“…teach your children what to do -- kindness, empathy, fair play, and turn-taking are critical skills for good peer relations.” Education.com

“…kids who witness bullying feel powerless and seldom intervene. However, kids who take action can have a powerful and positive effect on the situation.”Education.com

“Studies have shown that boys who have positive, loving relationships with one or more adults outside of the home (grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.) report more positive experiences as a child than those who do not have these additional relationships.” Ted Zeff

“Bullying is different from aggression. Whereas aggression may involve a single act, bullying involves repeated attacks against the target…” Washington State Department of Labor

Regain control by:
• Recognizing that you are being bullied;
• Realizing that you are NOT the source of the problem; and
• Recognizing that bullying is about control, and therefore has nothing to do with your performance.” Washington State Department of Labor

“You can find strength in numbers and you can beat the feeling that you are alone or that you deserve to have someone bully you by sharing your struggles with other people.” ehow.com

“Bullies go after the sweet and shy kids, so stand up for yourself! Show them that you are not afraid of them. Remember that they can't hurt you. Bullies like to show their "power" by teasing and hurting other kids, but in reality they are cowards. Strong people use their power for something else, not by bullying.” Hannah Henry

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