Every year, the school district that my children attend, invite a gentleman to give an assembly to the many schools and parents on the awareness and dangers of bullying.
John Halligan and his wife’s worst nightmares were realized when their son chose to end his life at the age of 13, in 2003, after relentless bullying, both on line, and in person.
As a child, I myself was bullied relentlessly, daily during my elementary and junior high school days. To this day, over forty years later, I still have no idea why. I know I was short. Shy. Introverted. But I was an easy target because I was also known to not defend myself in a fight. I had been taught to turn the other cheek and walk away. My reward for taking the high road was usually a hit in the back of the head. I believe the only…
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