Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Dr. Phil- Show October 7th

Dr. Phil announces his anti-bullying movement with Parryback to back against the Tyler Clementi/ when bullying kills show, and recorded in advance of this latest round of cyberbullying suicide, this show helps give everyone a role in stopping cyberbullying. Join us, watch the show.

Thursday - October 7, 2010

The Anti-Bully Movement
Dr. Phil is fed up with teens being terrorized — both in the schoolyard and online — and he’s putting bullies on notice! This summer, he took battle against cyber bullies before Congress, and now he’s kicking off his own Anti-Bully Movement. Learn how cyber bullying is affecting 12-year-old Dara, and why her mom, Toni, fears the tween may harm herself if she doesn’t get help. Then, hear why Michael, a self-proclaimed cyber bully, defends his keyboard antics. Plus, Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy weighs in on bullying and cyber bullying and what can be done about this growing epidemic, and Parry Aftab, executive director and founder of StopCyberBullying.org, shares tips to keep your kids safe. Join the movement, and take Dr. Phil’s pledge to fight the abuse!

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