A young boy in a school was bullied for looking a little different.

Credit and Source: Paula Pollock (facebook.com/paula.pollock.7 
he did this in honour of his grandpa Rick.
He’d shaved his hair as a sign of respect for his terminally ill grandad and got teased for it.
That’s just plain wrong.  This principal had recognised it and took a stand.

Digital feeds that look perfect but what is the reality.

This is a great reminder that you never know about what somebody else is going through. Everyone is fighting a fight you know nothing of.
Before you judge, before you make that comment, before you say something, remember, you don’t know what somebody else’s life’s like even if it looks great on the outside.  Their Instagram and Facebook feeds and stories may look fabulous, but that’s not the whole picture.
They could be suffering on the inside just as many other people .
So consider instead:
  • supporting each other
  • loving each other
Be there for each other, in good times and bad.
#HellotoKindness #ImEnough #StartTheConversation #AntiBullyingWeek2019

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