Posts Tagged ‘bullying’

368: Making Bold Moves to Embrace Our Differences – Craig Pomranz

All of us, in some way, shape, or form in our lives have been perceived as different. Yet, nothing is more painful to a child than to be perceived as weird because of their differences, only to be teased, and isolated simply for being who they are in their own unique way. Imagine for instance,…

352: Coming Out Of The Closets of Bullying and Drug Addiction – Mark Stephen Pooler

Darkness. The kind that causes you to retreat into yourself because you’ve been bullied so much you actually believe that you’re worthless. You’ve made the conscious and unconscious decision to hide and turn to a life of self-destruction and drug addiction, rather than face one more painful moment of living in this abuse. It’s a…

225: Uncloseting the Biggest Loser & Winner – Marty Wolff

Eating healthy, exercise, being fit. One way to look at life. Or, you can see it as another damn diet, exercise that you hate, and “I’m never going to be fit, so why bother?” Welcome the closet of personal well-being and the battle of the bulge. It’s one deep scary place that most of face…

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221: Rebellion and living a life uncloseted – Ricky Rebel

Too often the world sees rebellion as an act to get attention or to buck the system just for bucking the systems sake. Yet, when we rebel with intention, out of a desire to be who we are, the way we are, and as our unique self, we actually build confidence and start to live…

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