Social Media and Outreach Coordinator for The Bully Project

  • commented on Not so easy transition 2013-03-27 18:39:26 -0400
    “don’t stoop to others level with bullying because it just makes others feel as hurt as you” This is so incredibly important Meghan! Thank you so so much for sharing our story. Incredible to read how you turned the negatives into positives, it is a very common theme among others who have also posted their stories! Keep up the positivity, we need more of it in the world!

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project Team

  • commented on My life: Glimpse With Suicide 2013-03-27 18:24:34 -0400
    James, This is really really great and it truly captures the essence of what so many people endure on a daily basis. Can you send us an email about potentially sharing this on our facebook wall? Email us at info@thebullyproject.com

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project Team

  • commented on Untitled. 2013-03-27 18:13:57 -0400
    Jane (assuming that’s not your real name ; ) ) Thanks so much for courageously posting your story to our site. To see that you have been able to take your experiences with bullying and translate them into a positive force in your life is incredible and your advice at the end is a testament for anyone who has been bullied: Never give up, things will get better!

    Thanks again for sharing,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project Team

  • commented on What do I even want from you? 2013-03-27 17:35:36 -0400
    We hope it’s neither, we hope you help them realize they are on the wrong side of this fight. Thank you for sharing Ibrahim.

    Ryan
    The Bully Project Team

  • commented on I wish it would've stopped... 2013-03-27 15:28:06 -0400
    Michael, First off, thank you so much for sharing your story with us. We know that the torment and harassment can be unbearable, but please do know, as someone who felt that that time in my life was one of the most troubling, things do get better. How are you doing now? Have you thought about using your experiences to teach others about the implications of their actions? You have a powerful voice and channeling it into something positive could be an incredible experience for you and those you speak with.

    If you ever need any help, we are here, along with our friends at 121help.me who provide some amazing counseling and advice. Stay in touch and stay strong!

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project Team

  • commented on Jacob's Story on being bullied & how we now stand up to bullying 2013-03-27 15:04:53 -0400
    Tania, This is an incredibly powerful story. You really exemplify everything that The Bully Project works every day to build and promote. Would you be interested in speaking about volunteering for The Bully Project? If so, shoot us an email at info@thebullyproject.com. Thank you for all the work have done to bring light to this issue!

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on Faith, hope, and trust 2013-03-27 14:57:18 -0400
    I think Cheyennes point is that we have to take a look at ourselves and know that our well being is intrinsically tied to that of others. Treat others as you wish to be treated, right?

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on I'm just fine 2013-03-27 14:53:22 -0400
    Good to hear Ian.

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on Contact 2014-03-19 14:20:57 -0400
    TEST

    Contact

    Use the form below to contact us, reach out to us on Facebook, or e-mail us directly at Info@thebullyproject.com. 

    Contact

  • commented on Talking to children and teen? 2013-03-25 14:46:54 -0400
    Roslynd, First have you looked through our toolkits? That’s a great first step.

    http://www.thebullyproject.com/tools_and_resources

    Second, we’ve seen parents, teachers, and students host screenings of BULLY as a way to raise awareness and start serious discussions about its implications. Have you considered this?

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on Use at a community college 2013-03-25 13:02:21 -0400
    Paul, You need to contact our licensing partner Swank Motion Pictures. Please reach out to Donna Call via her e-mail DCall@swankmp.com.

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on I need help, I think my 7 yr old daughter is a bully, 2013-03-25 12:50:52 -0400
    Blanca, Check out our toolkit for parents, it’s a great place to help you start answering your questions.

    http://www.thebullyproject.com/tools_parents

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on Bully project 2013-03-25 12:40:17 -0400
    Martina, Check out our toolkit for students, it’s a great place to start!

    http://www.thebullyproject.com/tools_students

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on Bullying Project: Need Advice/Help 2013-03-25 12:20:34 -0400
    Lauren, We will be getting a screenings page up on our site soon that will provide suggestions on how to do a screening of BULLY on your campus. In the meantime, another great place to start is our Toolkit for Students page. You’ll find some great resources there! Good luck and keep fighting the good fight!

    http://www.thebullyproject.com/tools_students

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on Collin from Salt Lake City 2013-03-25 12:14:53 -0400
    Collin, Thanks for sharing! We are currently looking for volunteers to fill various roles both on our website and on the ground organizing events. Would you be interested? If so, send us an email at info@bully-movie.net.

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on Possibly Alex visiting Providence College 2013-03-25 12:13:05 -0400
    Anastasia, Send us an e-mail at info@bully-movie.net with more details on your request!

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on Help getting started 2013-03-25 12:06:15 -0400
    Tina, Instead of hosting an assembly, our suggestion is to host a community or school screening of BULLY. What the film does really well that assemblies typically fail at is creating a relationship between the audience and the subjects in the film. If you have seen the film, you know it is very difficult not to feel empathetic for the longs or the libbys. It engages people in a way that compels them to compare their own actions to what they witness in the film.

    We have seen other parents host similar events, where they have invited teachers, administrators, local authorities, in one case we even had a mom who invited the governor of her state! We have seen some great success as a result. Do you have a good relationship with one or two of the teachers at the school?

    We will soon have a screenings page up on our website that will provide more details on how to put on your own screening.

    In the meantime, check out our tools for parents to get your started!
    http://www.thebullyproject.com/tools_parents

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on A movie for younger children 2013-03-25 11:41:15 -0400
    Kimberly, First of all, this is an incredible story and some really great parenting. We’re really happy to hear this, as some parents when confronted with the fact their child is or was a bully, typically deny it.

    You will be happy to know that a younger audiences version of BULLY currently exists!! It’s available for pre-order with our educators DVD and toolkit (www.thebullyproject.com/preorder) or its available with our DVD-Blu Ray Combo pack (available at local retailers like wal-mart or target).

    Hope this helps!

    Best,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on The Big Bully 2013-03-22 17:51:21 -0400
    Jessica, So happy to hear you’d rather end bullying than take part in it! It’s so important to know that bullying because you were bullied doesn’t ever justify it, but instead perpetuates the problem. I hope that you can use the lessons from BULLY as a means of inspiring yourself to do the right thing and treat others as you wish to be treated. You words were inspiring, thanks for posting Jessica.

    Have a great weekend,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project

  • commented on I don't understand 2013-03-22 17:46:05 -0400
    Emily, I am sorry to hear all of this. My sister dealt with similar issues as she grew up and bounced around a group of different friends. Unfortunately we still live in an age where people think so heavily along gender lines, and what is accepted as a result, that they don’t realize how arcane their words and actions actually are. What’s important to remember is that if you are happy with your friends and if they give you the support you’re looking for, those that insult and harass you are just blips on the radar, people who ultimately once you move beyond high school will no longer be in your day to day life, especially as you choose to define the life you want.

    In high school, I wasn’t friends with the most popular or the best looking people, and as I look back on it, I am so happy I stuck with my friends and my beliefs. My life has benefitted from it enormously.

    Stay strong,

    Ryan
    The Bully Project



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