Tag: Bullying

We Can with Two Rules Wednesday 8

Two Rules Mental Health awareness is recognized during May. Bringing awareness to mental health is essential, but we must never forget attention remains just a word if we do not follow them up with actions. The mental health needs of our children are at the highest levels they have ever been. There are many reasons … Continue reading We Can with Two Rules Wednesday 8

Cyberbullying increasing-Update

“Cyberbullying Statistics 2022 Resource” I wanted to send this out again after talking with my friend Susan Klein. There are many who are working to keep information available to the importance of helping children feel good and feel safe. Two Rules is so important when we see bullying on display on the world stage.  Thank … Continue reading Cyberbullying increasing-Update

Dodging Bullets, Arrows and Fear

“Well, I tumble out of bed and stumble to the kitchen,Pour myself a cup of ambition, Yawn and stretch and try to come to life Jump in the shower, and the blood starts pumpingOut on the street, the traffic starts jumpingWith folks like me on the job from 9 to 5”~Dolly Parton, 9 to 5 … Continue reading Dodging Bullets, Arrows and Fear

Reasonable Conversations

Do you find it challenging to have conversations with others? When I say challenging, do they start friendly, and before you know it escalates into an argument, disagreement, or worse? I can expect it maybe at holidays when all of the family crowds into small places and everyone is stressed, but not on a day-to-day … Continue reading Reasonable Conversations

Stan Tall and Bea Proud, a great couple!

#Bethesolutiondaily A loving couple to send the right messages today! Love, respect, compassion, understanding, and support. Many years ago, I began my career in education as a teaching assistant. I genuinely love all of the children I served and have a strong passion for making each day better than before. It did not take long … Continue reading Stan Tall and Bea Proud, a great couple!