Archive for February 2016

​Oglethorpe Point Elementary: A Case Study For Pro-Compassion

At COMPASSION IT, we encourage schools and parents to introduce compassion to prevent and curb bullying. Our reversible wristbands are an easy and tangible tool that make compassion accessible for all ages. Nearly one out of three students reports being bullied, according to the National Center for Educational Statistics 2013. Because of this, most schools…

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​What If My Child Is Bullying?

At COMPASSION IT, we encourage schools and parents to introduce compassion to prevent and curb bullying. Our reversible wristbands are an easy and tangible tool that make compassion accessible for all ages. As I’ve researched how to help a child who bullies, I’ve seen a common theme: compassion. Not only should parents and educators practice compassion…

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A Victim’s Story: How Bullying Affected Sam

At COMPASSION IT, we encourage schools and parents to introduce compassion to prevent and curb bullying. Our reversible wristbands are an easy and tangible tool that make compassion accessible for all ages. My friend Sam* stopped by while I was writing a piece about the warning signs of bullying. His normally smiley face instantly turned…

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9 Warning Signs Of Bullying

At COMPASSION IT, we encourage schools and parents to introduce compassion to prevent and curb bullying. Our reversible wristbands are an easy and tangible tool that make compassion accessible for all ages.  Bullying happens more often than we think. Have you ever had this thought? “I’m SURE my child won’t get bullied. And if she…

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What Is Bullying (And What Isn’t Bullying)?

At COMPASSION IT, we encourage schools and parents to introduce compassion to prevent and curb bullying. Our reversible wristbands are an easy and tangible tool that make compassion accessible for all ages. If you’re a parent or an educator, you might share my fears. My 9-year-old daughter, Hannah, hasn’t been bullied yet, but I know…

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