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Don’t let labels define you or anyone else. Instead, share this story about respect with the teens and tweens in your life.
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“When you’re given a positive label, you’re afraid of losing it, and when you’re hit with a negative label, you’re afraid of deserving it.” – Carol Dweck, Stanford University psychologist Our new animated video sheds light on the consequences of labeling kids. Watch it here.
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A smile, a few nice words, a compliment. #RandomActsOfKindnessDay is a good day to share some #positivity with someone who looks like they need it. #stopbullying http://bit.ly/2GgIpNR

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#DYK #children with #disabilities are more likely to be #bullied than their peers? Join StopBullying.Gov for a Twitter Chat on #AtRisk4Bullying on 2/27 at 3PM & get bullying prevention advice from experts Dr. Michael Sulkowski & Dr. Susan Swearer

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Encourage respectful, healthy relationships for Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month in February! Raise your voice to support safe relationships. Sign up & share
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I just supported Help Stop Teen Dating Violence on @ThunderclapIt // @CDCInjury
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"Winning a game is a momentary victory, but kindness and the impression it leaves with others can last a lifetime." - Carlos Dunlap #stopbullying Carlos Dunlap Carlos Dunlap Foundation Cincinnati Bengals http://bit.ly/2Ecmc76

You might think that an NFL player wouldn’t know what it feels like to be bullied, but I do. When I was a kid, classmates sometimes would pick on me and make fun of the gap between my front teeth. What they didn’t know is that my gap is like an heirloom to me – something that runs in my family...
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Think #NFL players weren't bullied as kids? Not true! Carlos Dunlap was #bullied for his looks and shoes. He channeled his frustration into #sportsmanship, not just into sports! #stopbullying http://bit.ly/2Ea4UmV Carlos Dunlap Carlos Dunlap Foundation Cincinnati Bengals

You might think that an NFL player wouldn’t know what it feels like to be bullied, but I do. When I was a kid, classmates sometimes would pick on me and make fun of the gap between my front teeth. What they didn’t know is that my gap is like an heirloom to me – something that runs in my family...
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“You’re always with yourself, so you might as well enjoy the company.”
– Diane Von Furstenberg
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Not sure what to do when you witness #bullying? Talk to an adult and ask for advice. If it's safe, talk privately to someone involved in the bullying to express concern. #stopbullying http://bit.ly/2s4pxiU

Help for teens to earn to address and prevent bullying.
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Tap into the wisdom of young people! Adults and young people can work together to develop #bullying #prevention #solutions that work best for #adolescents. #stopbullying http://bit.ly/2DX85Cj

Youth-adult partnerships involve multiple youth and adults working together to address issues important to the overall health of people, groups and communities.
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#Parents the best tool to prevent #cyberbullying of your kids is your relationship with them! Talk to them directly about it. Keep the lines of communication open. #stopbullying http://bit.ly/2EpcHOV

Often kids and teens don’t share their online interactions with their parents, until these interactions become unbearable and even then they may say nothing.
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Only those who care about you can hear when you're quiet. #stopbullying #weekendwisdom #friendshipgoals

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