With all the media and all the tragedies, who would think that this nonsense still happens? Unfortunately it does. Subscribe to the Get Bully Free! BLOG and start helping to make a difference. Victims and experts have been talking about it and doing something about it forever it seems, so why does it continue? We think it takes a “global attitude adjustment” and we think we are just the place to start that change! Let your Get Bully Free! BLOX keep you focused on being part of this paradigm shift and ensure that you don’t bully, aren’t bullied, and/or don’t stand by and let bullying go unnoticed! Our EXPERTS have stories to tell and advice to give. Listen and chime in, and let’s end this nonsense once and for all!
Yvette ‘Jus-E’ Cornish is a mental health therapist and hip hop artist who created the No Bully Camp to promote education and raise awareness about bullying nationwide. The goal of this organization is to empower and educate students K-12 and their families to strengthen the fight against bullying, suicide and other effects caused by these epidemics. You can read more or find contact information about this organization at www.nobullycamp.org.
Matt Bluesten is an ambitious college student currently majoring in Special Education. He has a passion for writing about a myriad of topics such as sports, politics and education. Not only is he currently a blogger for Mental Blox but he also writes for two different sports websites on the side. Matt also publishes a blog which focuses on autism. Interestingly, he enjoys long walks on the beach and eating sushi
Robert Spencer Knotts is the author of 24 fiction and non-fiction books, including one novel for adults and 23 books for young readers. Since 2000, Knotts has written five dramas and numerous poems, many exploring the psychological origins of social problems. These dramas include a play with music about teen suicide, “Never Nothin’ Again No More,” commissioned and produced by Miami’s Coconut Grove Playhouse in 2001. Knotts also has composed and recorded numerous musical works professionally. In 2005, Knotts founded the Humanity Project, a 501c3 organization that creates and implements innovative programs for both children and adults. The group focuses on using cooperation and social connection for individual development and grassroots community improvement. As part of this effort, he created an original anti-bullying program now actively used in the nation’s sixth largest school district – a 40-minute presentation that shows bystander students why and how to stop bullying. Samples of his work may be found at www.rsknotts.com.