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SprinkleofGlitter talking about Self Harm and how to help. Chat to me on Facebook! *******on.fb.me/13piHgV ***LINKS AND INFO BELOW*** So, quite a serious one today. This topic is often requested and the reason it took so long to get round to responding with a video is because I wanted to get it right and educate myself somewhat on the subject. I hope you don't mind all the little jumpcut editty bits, I'd written myself some notes to make sure I didn't mess up and ramble on and on like usual! You know me and editing- it's a constant learning curve haha. If you feel like you would like some more information or support, some handy links are here for you and YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I spoke to Young Minds to find out about self-harm for this video. They have a helpful page about self-harm: *******bit.ly/OcFsAj The first aid I told you about comes from the British Red Cross. This is the Facebook page I mentioned: facebook****/lifeliveitnow If you are affected by anything I talked about in this video or you're worried about a chum contact ChildLine on 08001111 or the Samaritans helpline 08457909090. MORE ME: CHATTER CHANNEL : *******www.youtube****/sprinkleofchatter BLOG - *******sprinkleofglitter.blogspot******/ TWITTER - ********twitter****/#!/Sprinkleofglitr PINTEREST - *******pinterest****/babyglitter/ FACEBOOK - *******www.facebook****/sprinkleofgli... INSTAGRAM - Sprinkleofglitr TUMBLR - *******sprinkleofglitr.tumblr****/ Toodlepip! xx
28 Nov 2013
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*May Trigger* Pictures from DeviantART Song used: When I Go Down by Relient K
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*******www.bbc******/headroom/rubys/index.shtml Ruby's Room Playlist: *******www.youtube****/view_play_list?p=D04CD6E71D518283 Email Ruby: rubysroombbc****** Ruby's Room is a new web show for Headroom, the BBC campaign for wellbeing. Write to Ruby with any questions, experiences or problems you have on any mental health or wellbeing issue at rubysroombbc******
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I'm struggling to stay in this world, because everything just touches me so deeply. I'm not doing this for attention. I'm doing this to be an inspiration and to show that I can be strong. I did things to myself to make pain go away, because I'd rather hurt myself then someone else. Haters are haters but please don't hate, although im sure I'll get them. I hope I can show you guys that everyone has a story, and everyones future will be bright one day, you just gotta pull through. I'm still here aren't I ? -AmandaTodd
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*******www.youtube****/janoskians just some tips we wanted to share with you, plus some random shit
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PLEASE READ NOW People can dress how the hell they want, I make no objection to people dressing emo, its no different to the big hair and huge jumpers of olden day lore... But *emo* becomes an issue when people harm to fit in, or complete the stereotype. Emo has become a stigma, kids are bullied for becoming it, kids want to become it, yet no one has any idea exactly what it is they are becoming... Are they becoming a sensationalised version of a 90's look, rather than the goth look they were aiming for, or unable to attain..? I feel such a rage when people turn round and say "i'm emo" because chances are they're just some whiney kid who got less clothes allowance than normal this week... I hate whiney kids looking for attention, kids who have no friend, or home, or money problems and yet still have the audacity to moan. I used to be bullied left right and center, at school and outside school, i still am bullied, but to a lesser degree, I've been attacked while walking home and why? Because im bigger than the average twig and not as straight as the average homophobe and not as dumb as the average prep. I had no one to trust with anything and I felt isolated. I turned to self harm, thankfully I realised I had people to help me through. This is such a bigger issue than it seems, people all ages, genders, skintones and religions do it, but no can talk about it because whitewashed by this stupid "emo" bullshit. It is linked to depression, and can be a call for help, sometimes just a coping mechanism, to fight off suicidal feelings. Depression is a chemical imbalance in the brain, IT IS A RECOGNISED MEDICAL CONDITION. Some kids have problems and you ignorant people who just judge everyone as a group are ignorant of the real issues and need a few airholes drilled in your skulls. ALSO If a person listens to fucking rock they are not emotionally fucked up, its MUSIC, since when did the kind of music a person likes distinguish weather they are a bad person or not?? People are idiots. You suck. /rant If you read this, well done, you may actually make an intelligent comment on this really shitty video I made 2 years ago. *Edit* Yes I know MCR are not Emo, I've been a proud MCR fan for about 5 years. *Edit 2* I will not tolerate homophobic comments,if you believe in God, then I say God made everyone in his image, I refer you to a video by Glen Wool. *******www.youtube****/watch?v=h7xZ-PJ9sTM If you don't believe in God then you really should have no reason to not live and let live... *Edit 3* Comment from "yourmom19860205" OK, so let me get this straight: You don't want people to be judged as emo, yet you believe that people who don't believe in God shouldn't live? Who's judgmental now, asswipe!? In case you wanna know, I do believe in God, but don't say people shouldn't live because they don't. Stupid ass. Becca says: I think you missread, or misconstrewed it "If you don't believe in god then you really should have no reason not to live and let live... " I'm saying for most people God, and their religion, and their holy book is the reasoning behind their morality, why they think being gay is wrong. I link people who do believe in god to that glenn wool video, glenn points out that most rules about gays are Dogmatic stigmatisms implanted by humans into the bible (I can only comment on the bible and chirstianity as thats the only one I've looked at in depth thus far) I do believe in God, I'm a naturist, I believe that theres no way the world couldnt have been created, it's not random enough, and the chances of us coming into existence without outside help are almost little to none. I am not reversing the "live and let live" thing, just saying that someone who doesnt believe in god, has less of a reason to bother the gays :) I AM NOT saying they all are ok with gay people. Just that they have less reason to hate. I am NOT saying that because athiests and agnostics should "live and let live" that automatically christians do not have the right to live. I'm saying their morality is based on their god, but most of the bible is written by man, historical records have proved this, therefore there is no proof that parts are not lies, or storys taken in the wrong way which were meant to teach us moral lessons, but for the most part the Bible is hypocritical in its own right, would a benevolant, loving God force you to murder your own brother if he were gay? Sorry this guy turned emo into a religious debate.
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Self Harm and Suicide Awareness
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God is robbi yaa yaa, yaa Allahu yaa hu robbi Hu robbi yaa yaa yaa God is a god God is robbi yaa yaa, yaa Allahu yaa hu robbi Hu robbi yaa yaa yaa God is a god Yaa allah do not you try me Able to exceed the limit and could me Well god when did you try I also believe you love me God is robbi yaa yaa, yaa Allahu yaa hu robbi Hu robbi yaa yaa yaa God is a god Yaa allah protect me From the self-harm persecute Yaa allah maha're all You are protecting the life and death God is robbi yaa yaa, yaa Allahu yaa hu robbi Hu robbi yaa yaa yaa God is a god God is robbi yaa yaa, yaa Allahu yaa hu robbi Hu robbi yaa yaa yaa God is a god God is robbi yaa yaa, yaa Allahu yaa hu robbi Hu robbi yaa yaa yaa God is a god Yaa allah do not you try me Able to exceed the limit and could me Well god when did you try I also believe you love me
28 Aug 2010
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This documentary covers the life of Siddhartha Gautama, a young prince from India who went out to find the reason for "Dukkha" [problems] of human life. He later found the reason of Dukkha and teached a way to live life. He was later known as the Buddha, the founder of "Buddhism". The religion with no god. "If there is any religion that would cope with modern scientific needs it would be Buddhism." -Albert Einstein BBC had a nice documentary covering Buddha's life important events. Watch the full documentary before commenting. BBC has not made anything wrong. They had specified that Buddha was born in Lumbini which is Nepal. Don't argue the documentary made to understand the philosophy and teachings of Buddha, no matter where he was born. Buddhism is way far ahead than what people are arguing here. Do not believe in something because you are told to. Do not believe in something because a holy person said it. Do not believe in something because you read it from a book. Follow and practice the teaching without prejudice. If it brings happiness to you and others and does not encourage self harm or harm to others then follow it. Although this was taught by buddha, I believe it is a beautiful principle that can be applied to everything we learn in life. May you all be happy. Life of Buddha documentary is available with English, Greek and Catalan Subtitles. Copyrights of the video belongs to BBC. Uploaded only to share the knowledge. Be Happy! Peace! Siddhartha Chabukswar
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*******clicktotweet****/O71Lf Please LIKE and SHARE this video and TWEET using #RIPAmandaTodd. I made a promise that Amanda would get trending on Twitter, and it would mean the world to everyone close to her. You deserved nothing but a second chance. Your life was too difficult and now you are in a better place. You will be missed, and never forgotten. #RIPAmandaTodd Her Facebook Page: *******www.facebook****/pages/RIP-Amanda-Todd/472606062784532 Her 2nd Facebook Page: *******www.facebook****/RestInParadiseAmandaMichelleTodd Amanda's Original Video from 1 Month Ago: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=vOHXGNx-E7E Amanda singing a week ago: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=DtEtFeaPoEw DISCLAIMER: I am making not one penny from this video. The ads that are present at this time are all 3rd party claims from music companies trying to profit off of it. I am trying my best to resolve these claims so there will be no ads. But like I stated, I will NEVER be making any sort of money from this video. *******gyazo****/779403fc6bcef16e50bfa755b46fdc43 Follow Me! *******www.twitter****/CodGameplay *******www.facebook****/CodGameplay *******www.twitch.tv/CodGameplay "I'm struggling to stay in this world, because everything just touches me so deeply. I'm not doing this for attention. I'm doing this to be an inspiration and to show that I can be strong. I did things to myself to make pain go away, because I'd rather hurt myself then someone else. Haters are haters but please don't hate, although im sure I'll get them. I hope I can show you guys that everyone has a story, and everyones future will be bright one day, you just gotta pull through. I'm still here aren't I ? -AmandaTodd" Please Ignore these Tags: #RIPAmandaTodd "Amanda Todd" "RIP Amanda Todd" "Amanda Todd Suicide" "Teen Suicide" "Teenager kills herself" "Girl kills herself" "Bullying Suicide Girl" "Bullying Cards" "Suicide note" Jonah "Jonah Mowry" "Whats goin on" "What is Bullying" "Words Hurt" "CodGameplay Suicide" "CodGameplay Bullying" "Amanda Todd Story" "Amanda Todd Full Story" "Amanda Todd Bullying" "Stop Bullying" "Suicide Awareness" My story Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm
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RE: Amanda Todd's Story: Struggling, Bullying, Suicide, Self Harm RIP Amanda Todd - November 27, 1996- October 10, 2012 Original description: I'm struggling to stay in this world, because everything just touches me so deeply. I'm not doing this for attention. I'm doing this to be an inspiration and to show that I can be strong. I did things to myself to make pain go away, because I'd rather hurt myself then someone else. Haters are haters but please don't hate, although im sure I'll get them. I hope I can show you guys that everyone has a story, and everyones future will be bright one day, you just gotta pull through. I'm still here aren't I? Tages: full Video Amanda Todd's Story: Struggling, Bullying, Suicide, Self Harm RIP Amanda Todd RIP Amanda Todd RIP Amanda Todd RIP Amanda Todd RIP Amanda Todd RIP Amanda Todd RIP Amanda Todd RIP Amanda Todd RIP Amanda Todd Amanda Todd - My Story (Full Video) Amanda Todd - My Story (Full Video) Amanda Todd - My Story (Full Video) RIP ! STOP BULLYING STOP BULLYING STOP BULLYING STOP BULLYING STOP BULLYING Amanda Todd - A Story : Stop Bullying Amanda Todd's video official original first Amanda Todd Suicide Amanda Todd Suicide Amanda Todd Suicide Amanda Todd Suicide Amanda Todd Suicide video sad rip Anonymous Message To Amanda Todd's Bullies Anonymous Message To Amanda Todd's Bullies Anonymous Message To Amanda Todd's Bullies Anonymous Message To Amanda Todd's Bullies Anonymous Finds Amanda Todd's Bully Anonymous Finds Amanda Todd's Bully CBC NEWS REPORT Anonymous Message: Kody Maxson (Amanda Todd's Bully) Anonymous Message: Kody Maxson (Amanda Todd's Bully) Anonymous Message: Kody Maxson (Amanda Todd's Bully)
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Buy on iTunes! Proceeds go to That Girl in Pink Foundation (501c3) *******bit.ly/zpFpM8 Benni Cinkle - Can You See Me Now. (c)2011 Less Than Three Productions. Directed by Nick Spanos. Trigger warning for self-harm, eating disorders, child abuse content. Don't forget to click the "Like" button above and subscribe to my channel (: For more info, visit Benni's non-profit organization: www.ThatGirlInPink****. Facebook - *******www.facebook****/BennetCinkle Twitter - ********twitter****/#!/benni_cinkle Tumblr - *******one-millionpieces.tumblr****/ Instagram - bennicinkle
7 Nov 2012
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'My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm' by Amanda Todd NOTE: THIS IS NOT ME I am not affiliated with Amanda or any members of her family in anyway. RIP Amanda Todd - November 27, 1996- October 10, 2012 No copyright intended. Watch the original video- *******www.youtube****/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vOHXGNx-E7E Her You Tube video started out innocently enough. The Canadian teen, her face obscured from the camera, held a stack of cards each filled with messages in black marker. "I've decided to tell you about my never ending story," the card in Amanda Todd's hands read. At this point the viewer may have no idea that they are about to be led on the most agonizing journey, one that pushed the premier of British Columbia to issue a stern warning against bullying, a journey that has birthed a Facebook page with thousands of people commenting many offering condolences. In the soundless, black and white video, the teen showed one card after another. Each card painfully sinking the viewer deeper into the anguish too many teens have experienced. "In 7th grade I would go with friends on webcam," the card in the teen's hand read. The next few cards reveal that the teen began to get attention on the Internet from people that she did not know. People who told her she was beautiful, stunning, perfect. "Then wanted me to flash. So I did one year later," the cards said. The teen then got a message on Facebook from a stranger who said she needed to show more of herself or he would publish the topless pictures he had taken of her. "He knew my address, school, relatives, friends, family, names ..." On Christmas break, the police came to her home to tell her that photos of her were sent to "everyone." She pushed the next card very close to the camera. "I then got really sick anxiety major depression and panic disorder. I then moved and got into alcohol and drugs." She says she struggled with anxiety, rarely went out for a year. And then the same man appeared again with a Facebook page that displayed her topless as his profile picture. "Cried every night, lost all my friends and respect people had for me ... again ..." She was teased and felt as if she could never erase that photo. She started cutting, a form of self-injuring act that psychologists say is an impulse-control behavior that sometimes accompanies a variety of mental illnesses. At school, she ate lunch alone until she moved to another new school. "Everything was better even though I sat still alone,." the next card read. "After a month later I started talking to an old guy friend." She thought the guy liked her even though she knew he had a girlfriend. One day he asked her to come over because his girlfriend was on vacation. "So I did ... huge mistake ... I thought he liked me," she held the cards in one shaky hand now, using the other to brush under her eye as if wiping away a tear. A week later the guy's girlfriend showed up at her school with a posse of 15 others. A crowd gathered. The girlfriend berated her screaming that nobody liked her. "A guy than (sic) yelled just punch her already ..." She was punched. Thrown on the ground. "I felt like a joke in this world I thought nobody deserves this," the next card reads. "Teachers ran over but I just went and layed in a ditch and my dad found me." When she got home she drank bleach. "It killed me inside and I thought I actually was going to die." She was rushed to a hospital to flush the chemical out of her. She put the next card almost flush with camera so that the viewer can no longer see her and only sees "After I got home all I saw on Facebook- She deserved it and did you wash the mud out of your hair? I hope she is dead." She moved in with her mother in another city, to another school. But her past followed her. "6 months has gone by ... people are pasting pics of bleach, clorex (sic) and ditches ... Everyday I think why am I still here," Her struggles with anxiety and cutting had gotten worse and even despite counseling and antidepressants she still was rushed to hospital again after an overdose. The last cards say simply: "I have nobody. I need someone. My name is Amanda Todd." The video has garnered the attention of many including the premier of British Colombia, Christy Clark. "No one deserves to be bullied. No one earns it. No one asks for it. It is not a rite of passage. Bullying has to stop. Every child has to feel safe at school," Clark said in a You Tube video posted Thursday. On Wednesday, Amanda Todd's body was found in her home, police in the Vancouver-area city of Coquitlam said. She took her own life. She was 15. Amanda Todd Amanda Todd's Video Amanda Todd Amanda Todd's Video "My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm" My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm
19 Nov 2012
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The RCMP confirmed Friday that a full investigation has been launched into the circumstances that led to Amanda Todd's death. The B.C. Coroners Service, meanwhile, has confirmed that a preliminary investigation into the death of the 15-year-old shows she took her own life. However, coroner Barb McLintock said Friday that the case will be long and complex. Investigators know how she died, but will not release that information. "We have an extra responsibility when it's a child's death," she said, adding that once the coroner's report is complete, the case will go through a provincially mandated child death review that will look at factors including mental health, friends, harassment and cyber-bullying. Click here to see more Amanda Todd photos Todd was found dead in a Port Coquitlam home on Wednesday, five weeks after she posted a heartbreaking video on YouTube detailing how she was harassed online and bullied. McLintock said after the review is complete there may be recommendations made on a range of issues, including cyber-bullying, though she noted that it would take time given how complicated it can be to deal with the Internet. The RCMP said a full investigation has been launched into Amanda's death. "Serious crime teams in Coquitlam and Ridge Meadows are working together, conducting interviews and reviewing any potential contributing factors to her death," said RCMP spokesman Sgt. Peter Thiessen, in a news release Friday. He said investigators are monitoring social media, and that Coquitlam Detachment's victim services are speaking with the teen's family. "This is a devastating tragedy, which impacts the community as a whole. Our deepest sympathies go out to the family and friends of this young person," he said. Bullying ranks second, behind substance abuse, for youth issues identified as concerns for the RCMP, he added. Police are asking people with information related to the investigation to share it via email at: AmandaTODDinforcmp-grc.gc.ca. Meanwhile Friday, an outpouring of public support and empathy for Todd's family and friends was posted on social media websites from people around the world. The news made international headlines and was covered by CNN, Washington Post and the U.K.'s Daily Mail, to name a few. Countless messages of empathy and outrage were trending on Twitter and several Amanda Todd memorial sites were set up on Facebook. Two memorial pages called RIP Amanda Todd each had more than 4,000 "likes" as of Friday morning. "She is a beautiful young lady. I am in tears over this," wrote Jennifer Fincher, while many other Facebook users said they hoped she was with angels in heaven. But not all the chatter was positive. Mike Mace, whose own Facebook page says he is a member of the Canadian Military, faced a flurry of shaming comments after he posted a negative comment mocking her death. In the comment, he suggests that it's not the bully's fault that she showed her breasts and gave out her private information on the Internet. "You should be ashamed of yourself," wrote Amber Garofano in response to Mace's comments. Another woman, Ashley Soucy posted, "have a heart." Offensive photos were also posted on the memorial pages, including one with a person holding a gun to the head, stirred up controversy. One Facebook user called Joseph Lopez posted a picture of Clorox bleach with a caption that read "it's to die for," and in response to the outrage wrote that he was doing it because he thought it was funny. In September, Amanda posted a video to YouTube entitled My Story: Struggling, bullying, suicide and self harm. In it Amanda does not speak, but instead holds up to the camera pieces of paper on which she has printed her story, one phrase at a time. She documents a painful tale of being harassed through Facebook and shunned at school, leaving her feeling alone and suicidal. At one point she talks about harming herself and going home and drinking bleach. Though there was some negativity, most of the comments, however, alluded to how sad people felt after watching her video. Many people identified with bullying and shared their own stories of being abused in school. The tragedy sparked much discussion online Friday about cyber-bullying and what can be done to eradicate the problem and how to provide support for the victims.
24 Jan 2013
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