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October 20, 2010

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vstarman21

Give up the cell phones and social internet sites and the problem is solved. Cell phones mini microwaves anyway, so just another reason to walk away. Of course, noone will...

Stephen Sands

Great article. Giving up technology will never work. We can never put the genie back in the bottle so we have to learn to live with it.

Our company is serious about protecting children and adults from stumbling onto sites that would rather not see. Images burned into a brain (especially a child's brain) are not easily erased.

Personally I agree that ultimately it is the parents who need to get involved and be involved in their kids browsing, texting and what is happening at their school. Not an easy job.

Jennifer K

I think that it is great that bullying has become such a big issue because I was subjected to bullying when I was a child and it was no big deal to anyone else but me. My biggest concern now though, is that I hear all these parents speaking out about "what to do if your child is being bullied," but no one ever says, "What do I do to make sure that my child isn't bullying someone else." If we all make sure that our kids aren't the bullies, that is the greatest step forward we can take.

Sara Smiles

The change will come as we embrace the spirit and attitude of kindness.

ian

Great job! Thanks for sharing your story! I can't wait to hear more when I get to actually talk for more than a minute! You look awesome by the way - I hope you feel better too.

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