The loss of a child is one of the worst things that can happen to a parent and the pain of a parent whose child commits suicide is almost unimaginable yet, suicide that results from bullying, bullycide is rife in our schools.
You will not only be shocked at the number of bullycide cases, but become angry and saddened over the loss of these young children because of the malicious and insidious way in which they became bullycide victims.
When searching the internet on the subject of bullycide it is disturbing and upsetting to read about these children who felt the need to take their own lives.
More than sixty two percent of American students are bullied because of the way they look and or the way they speak.
PSSTWorld re, Dr. Terry Zachary introduces PSSTWorld, an anti bullying, anti violence and anti school attack program. PSSTWorld improves the chance of preventing events that lead to bullying, cyberbullying, bullycide, school teenage suicide, vandalism and school attack. See www.PSSTWorld**** or email infopsstworld****
Teen suicide is a pandemic in this country. Bullying and teen suicide have now become synonymous. In researching bullying and suicide, there seems to be a new catchword that has become part of the growing trend of bullying in schools. It’s called bullycide, which is “suicide caused by bullying and depression.”
Teen suicide is rife in this country. Bullying and teen suicide have now almost become one and the same thing. Recently carried out research now shows a new catchword which is fast becoming a trend within schools and this is word is bullycide.
PSSTWorld rep Dr Terry Zachary shows school districts how to register with PSSTWorld, a anti bullying, cyberbullying, abuse, violence, vandalism and school attack prevention program. See PSSTWorld**** or email infoPSSTWorld****. PSSTWorld is designed to improve communication between students, students & safety staff, & between safety staff to prevent bullying, cuberbullying, abuse, sexual harrassment, drug crimes, gang crimes, vandalism and school attack.
A recent panel discussion on the College of Southern Nevada’s Charleston campus highlighted not only the problems students have faced with bullying, but the problems bullying creates for campus staff as well.
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