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Students Creating A ‘Culture of Kindness’

November 18, 2013

Even the smallest act of kindness can make the biggest difference in someone’s life, a message students in Marshall County Schools are trying to promote....

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Nov-19-13 3:48 PM

There was no congratulations or any kind of thoughtfulness in their comments. It was just plain mean. Maybe the bullies don't know they are bullies. They seem to think it is funny. I don't. No one should have to endure that from anyone.

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Nov-19-13 10:34 AM

This is a wonderful idea and well needed. Personally, I have been bullied sense 2008 but a local radio station. I cry every night because nothing is done about it. Most recently I spoke with Howard Monroe on WKKX and told him that I had graduated with my Master's degree with honors. He proceeds to tell me "you have a mental problem". The same thing from Steve Novotney on facebook. "You have a mental problem" I have cried and asked why do they do this to me? I have 3 degrees now all with honors. I was proud of what I had accomplished. They bully me and ban me

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Nov-18-13 6:19 AM

Another well spent goberment GRANT! LOL

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