We want you to be a Changemaker!

We believe there is a way we can make a positive impact on reducing & preventing bullying.

First and foremost, anyone who is being targeted by bullying behaviours needs support.

Please be an 'Upstander'!

BUT...how do we really make an impact to STOP bullying from happening?

1. Those who bully need to be accountable for their behaviour!

We believe that accountability for ones' words and actions is the first step. The only way change will happen, is when accountability is put in place, and there are consequences aimed to teach.

2. Let's educate everyone, that bullying is a sign of insecurity & unhappiness.

We feel that if everyone understood that those who are unkind to others carry unhappiness & insecurity within their own hearts- this understanding could be one of the biggest catalysts of change. Helpful for those being targeted, by developing an understanding that hurtful words or actions have nothing to do with the target & are simply projected insecurities from the individual exhibiting bullying behaviours.

Also helpful for those expressing bullying behaviours, understanding their own need to look within to discover the root cause of why they are projecting their own hurt, and what they need to do to grow into a more compassionate and loving person. 

3. We believe that everyone has the ability to be a kind, and loving person!

Not all children are receiving the love, kindness, and support they need at home. 

From the time children start into childcare programs, or school settings, education on healthy relationships needs to be implemented as a part of play & health programs to encourage wellness within each individual, that grows into wellness expressed on the outside- perhaps in the form of compassion classes.

The idea of developing 'compassion classes' in schools and in the community would be a great way to address what seems to be an epidemic of bullying in society. 

These classes could focus on what it means to be healthy on the inside, feeling good and positive about oneself, having a kind heart, speaking kindly to oneself, self-love, and learning that when we feel good about ourselves we radiate goodness to others.  Some activities that could be incorporated into these classes could be watching a video on the effects of bullying that sparks compassion/empathy, completing random acts of kindness for others & determining how it made them feel completing these tasks, have a conversation with an adult who experienced bullying as a child and how it impacted them throughout their life, other guest speakers, different exercises that strike a chord on the importance of treating each other with kindness, never judging others, topics of kindness, empathy, compassion, nurturance, and support.

Along with these types of activities, delving into 'Why does Bullying happen?', and discuss what bullying behaviours actually mean deep down inside.  When children understand that bullying behaviours are merely projected feelings and have nothing to do with the target and everything to do with the insecurities of the individual bullying, this knowledge may encourage self-reflection and hopefully prevent future situations of bullying through this learned insight. 

When situtations of bullying occur, the individual targeted needs to feel supported and safe, and the individual who is exhibiting bullying behaviours needs to be held accountable through a formative consequence, education, and awareness of zero tolerance policies.

As always, we love to hear your feedback on our ideas, or about our book!

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We encourage you to be the changemaker in your school, community and at home! 

  • Treat others the same way you want to be treated! 

  • Think about what you are going to say- before you say it! 

  • Become 'Self-Aware'!

  • Always use a loving, and supportive tone in your voice.

  • Only build others up, NEVER down!

  • Say and do things out of Love & Kindness!

  • If you don't have something good to say- then please keep quiet.

  • Inspire 'GOOD'  in your school & community, by starting initiatives to include EVERYONE!

  • Be a 'Changemaker' role model everywhere you go!