Befriending a bullying victim

Befriending a bullying victim
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Befriending a bullying victim

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We do encourage children to befriend other children who are being bullied. However, age really makes a difference. For example, if it's a younger child being picked on by a group of older kids, that's tricky. And we don't advise the child to jump in and be the savior. We really encourage the bystander to go get help from an adult, a trusted adult who can make a difference, step in safely.

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Leigh Rachel Faith

Champions Against Bullying

Passionate about building safe communities for children, Faith has served as Champions Against Bullying’s Youth Coordinator and Spokesperson since its inception in 2003. Taking the reigns as Director of Operations, she spearheaded the organization’s expansion across the United States and assisted the organization’s process in gaining nonprofit status in 2008.

Faith’s extensive background in psychology, her work as an actress and dancer in film, television and theatre, in addition to her years in tutoring, has earned her a strong following as a mentor for young children. She brings a variety of talent and experience to the table and is an invaluable asset to the development of new programs and initiatives for Champions Against Bullying.

While continuing her career as a film and TV actress, every day is an opportunity for Faith to make a difference in the world. She is dedicated to the empowerment of all children around the globe. In her workshops and presentations, Faith informs and inspires her audience – kids, educators and parents - to take action and join her in protecting children and enhancing their lives.

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