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America’s Fading Glory

At a time when we all should celebrate our independence and enjoy the freedoms of living in America, my mind is filled with fear. I have not felt such a fear for our nation since my Freshman year in college when 9/11 hit our country. The difference is that terrorists attacked 14 years ago, and though there is a threat…

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Kill Them with Kindness

A common phrase in the South is “kill them with kindness.” Chances are a mom or teacher had told you this when faced with teasing or even bullies. The important thing to remember is that fake kindness (the “bless her heart” preceded by gossip kind) is not what they mean. Instead they are referring to what is commonly known as…

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Even Homecoming Queens Get Bullied

*Two things: 1) I realize this is an oooooold entry. (I barely had a gray hair when I first penned it.) 2) I know this is not anti-bullying month. Regardless, a kind woman working with a doctor who developed a guide on combatting both bullying and substance abuse contacted me about supporting their efforts. I couldn’t refuse, and you can…

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