Bullying: The Hot Topic

“Bullying: The Hot Topic” Excerpt from Out of the Fowler’s Snare Chapter 35 p. 190-191 In recent years bullying has been a very hot topic in the national and world media. Cyberbullying has added new and ugly dimensions to an already serious life-impacting problem. I can’t even imagine how much worse my life could have[…]


“The Parents’ Role” Excerpt from Out of the Fowler’s Snare Chapter 35 page 189-190 The vast majority of parents want the schools to deal with bullies. They are horrified to hear that their sweet innocent child might actually have a tendency toward being a bully. Most parents will work determinedly with the schools to avoid[…]

Talking about the tough issues

School has kicked into full gear and kids are back into their routines. Classes, homework, sports, and after school activities fill schedules. However, along with the return of school also comes the return of increased bullying for kids. Statistics show that 1 in 5 students is being bullied at any given time. While most would[…]

A Change of Seasons

By Kathy Lamb Here in Wisconsin, fall is in the air. The leaves are starting to change colors and the temperature has dropped. My sweaters are making a reappearance and my shorts are ready to be packed away. For you students, you have been back in school for a while now, but that came with[…]

Share Your Story

SHARE YOUR STORY! You may feel broken, you may feel hopeless, maybe you were told you were not important, maybe you feel forgotten and unloved. Maybe you are the are the person who is being bullied or feel you have no control over your life. I am here to reach out to each and every[…]

Let Kindness Win!

LET KINDNESS WIN! By: Kathy Lamb A new school year is starting and each of you has a chance at a new beginning! What will this year look like for you? We challenge you to make this your Personal Year of Kindness! What will it take for you to choose to see the good in[…]


    What is your DASH? By Eugene Seals I chose to work with Dignity Revolution because we touch the lives of kids across the entire country. We have the ability to come into school and tell every kid they are valued. We get to encourage people to save lives. Dignity Revolution gives hope. I[…]


  MY WHY: BY Eugene Seals I am the only boy of 8 kids and I’m #7. I was runner-up for Mr. Basketball and League MVP for my league in 1999-2000, Defensive Player of the year and Co-Captain of my college team and ended my career 9th all-time in block shots and rebounds at 6’6[…]