Kindness Isn’t Painful

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Today, the sad reality is bullying isn’t growing just in schools, but it’s happening all over no matter what age you are, especially over the internet. It’s sad and what’s even worse is that not only are our future leaders setting poor examples, but so many of us are choosing to bully others based on their political beliefs or who they are voting for. The election is bringing out the worst of America and it needs to stop.

How can we expect the children of our country to learn the importance of respect and kindness if we as adults can’t even show them? It’s time to start making changes.

To read the rest of my article this week on The Odyssey click here.

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