"Bully Prevention, Character Development Program"

Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco  Prevention


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Mission Statement

Our purpose is the development of the highest human potential, by minimizing individual and societal stress. Our tool is education on many levels, encouraging all possibilities, high self-esteem, and intelligent, common sense methods of non- violent problem-solving. Why Self-Esteem and Bully Prevention? When children and youth, (and adults) are bullied into poor choices it is because they lack self-esteem and life skills. They give in to peer pressure. High self-esteem and life skills are the difference between leaders and followers…success or failure. We live in a world in which the thorns are sometimes almost as large as the roses. Children deserve every positive influence that can possibly come into their lives. There is an ancient saying, “What you see… you become.” What children see and hear, and their understanding of how to interpret it, structures who they become, how they feel about themselves, and what they, in turn, give to others, to life. They are our future. You and I are choosing who and what they become. May we have wisdom.

The image that we have of ourselves is the foundation for the direction we will take in our lives. The picture, point-of-view and the feelings that we have of ourselves are sometimes called “self-esteem”, “self-concept”, or “self-image”. This self-image is how we judge ourselves… it is what we believe about ourselves. Unfortunately, much of what we believe about ourselves is the result of what someone has told us or neglected to tell us. Emotional bullies lower the self-esteem of the recipient.




Uses full potential Does not use full potential—underachiever
Uses intelligent problem-solving and conflict-resolution possibilities Handles conflicts and problems with violence, crime and substance abuse
Creative and Resourceful Destructive and lethargic
Leader Follower
Stable Unstable
Sets Goal, purposeful, productive, delays gratification, accountable Lacks the skills to set goals and the confidence to work toward achievements; "I want it now!" attitude, i.e. theft and crime, unaccountable
Winner Feels defeated
Spontaneous, flexible, adaptable, Rigid, fearful, intolerant, critical, judgmental
Peaceful, loving, patient, giving Hateful, angry, impatient, greedy
Hopeful, concerned, joyful Apathetic, indifferent, depressed
A hard worker who can plan and look to the future; has foresight, focus, diligence, dedication, determination Gives up and joins the alarming 25% or more of youth who drop out of school and/or out of a positive future; turns to drugs, suicide, violence and crime
Not susceptible to peer pressure; trust their own judgment, opinions, and moral values Gives in to peer pressure; easy target for joining gangs; will to do almost anything to get attention or to belong (drugs, sex, alcohol, crime)
Appreciates and respects oneself and others; enjoys and respects tradition Disrespects self and others; rebels against tradition; destructive and violent crime tendencies
High moral values Low moral values