I can't believe it has been 6 years! Lee Hirsch and the Bully movie gave us the courage to push through our fears and to fight for change. And change has come. If you haven't seen this movie, I encourage you to do so! It takes you in the pain and reality of bullied kids and their families."This movie is more about who we are as human beings than it is about bullying. It gives us a glimpse of who we have become but surely gives us the motivation to be something better. We can’t be bystanders. We cannnot sit on the sidelines and watch. We have to lift our voices and our hearts to a better culture." We'd like to honor Susan Guess from Paducah, KY, pictured here with daughter Morgan, as our FIRST UPSTANDER OF THE WEEK! Read more about the great work Susan is doing in her state of Kentucky here: bit.ly/TwdKB3... See MoreSee Less
"It’s not just about staying in your own lane and not worrying about other people. It’s more than that. You also need to help when you can, don’t look down on other people, and build them up.
Sometimes people need that. Sometimes people need to be built up. Sometimes YOU need to be built up, and don’t you want someone there to be that person who does that for you?"