Monday, November 18, 2013
It is anti-bullying week and the Bookish Brits have decided to talk about anti-bullying all of this week and next so do check it out. This is my video. I actually had to film my video twice as the first time ended up being very emotional and I cried.
Another book blogger, Sophie from A Day Dreamer's World, is also hosting an Anti-Bullying Week and I have plans to talk more about bullying and my own experiences later this week to tie in with her plans. I also have a special review up tomorrow and a guest post from Siobhan Curham. Keep an eye out!
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Great post! Bullying is something I feel very strongly about and you've actually inspired me to write a post of my own!ReplyDelete
Its great that through books, writers can connect with victims of bullying, letting them know that they are not alone!
I'm so glad that you'll be writing your own post!Delete
..Yes, that is great. I'm glad that these like great YA books are available if teens or young people now are in need.
Bullying is such a hard thing to come to terms with. I've struggled most of my adult life to get my head around the things I went through as a teenager at school. I'd like to think I've got to that point now but there are still days when it can hit me without expecting it. I do think throwing myself into all the anti-bullying work I've been involved in at school has helped a lot over recent yearsReplyDelete
That''s really good, that with working with anti-bullying projects it helps you come to terms with stuff that happened! I still struggle a lot with confidence and I think a lot of those problems come from my experiences with bullying...Delete