Anti-Bullying
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Posted by Sunny 2 years ago
Against bullying? Come to room 106 at MCC 4pm this Saturday. We are looking for high school women as well as adults to help middle school girls against bullying. All middle school girls are encouraged to come, as well as parents, grandparents, school faculty or staff and anyone in the community that would like to help.
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supporter
Posted by Sunny 2 years ago
This first meeting will be informational, so we would really like parents and any adults involved with middle-schoolers to be there. Subsequent sessions will focus on middle school girls with high school and college women mentoring them, helping them to develop coping skills and to identify their own unique qualities.
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Posted by sdg 2 years ago
This is a very constructive way to prevent teen suicide. I hope representatives from that group will plan to attend. Lets put in some action along with our good intentions.
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newby
Posted by William Morgan 2 years ago
Parents need to know that children and adolescents are not safe just because they are home. If they have access to the internet (on cell phones or computers), unsupervised, they are as much at risk as if they were hanging out outside the home. Children who isolate are are greater risk for self injurious behavior and suicide. Talk to your children and adolescents and more importantly, LISTEN. Long car rides are often the best place to get them to talk.
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Posted by cyndie 2 years ago
Any thing for boys?
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supporter
Posted by Sunny 2 years ago
This particular program is for girls, but come to the meeting Saturday for information. There is no reason the same format couldn't be used for boys.
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