Dark Drowning: A Story of Depression

Written by Lola White When the opportunity came up to write a blog post for BKO I jumped at the opportunity. I had a clear vision in my head of what I wanted to tell people, and what experiences I had and wanted to share. However, when it came to putting words to paper I hit a brick wall. It’s a daunting concept, to expose yourself; putting parts of yourself you are not comfortable with out there for the world {Read More}

Meet the Face Behind Spirit Day

  I recently had the pleasure of connecting with a wonderful young woman named Brittany McMillan. I am not sure how many actually know this, but Brittany is the founder of Spirit Day for GLAAD. At such a young age she has created this day that goes viral every single year from celebrities to companies to anybody who wants to join and show their support. If you are on social media, then you see the impact this day has as {Read More}

Coming Out in Style

Mark Leitao: Friend, Advocate, and #BulliesKeepOut Supporter In my opinion by far one of the toughest things I’ve gone through in my life was coming out of the closet. Although when I came out, which was quite a few years ago and things are different now, my experiences of choosing to come out when I was younger and older several people can relate too. It took me awhile to come out of the closet. I always knew I was gay {Read More}

Anxiety, Fear, Stress, Depression with Author Stan Popovich

Stan recently reached out to me to get his articles published on the Bullies Keep Out site. I felt his articles were a good fit as anxiety, fear, and depression have a great deal to do with bullying and the repercussions; however, it is also in relation to healing and recovery, which I also deal with here at BKO. I have published several articles that he sent to me that you can read. You can also check out his site {Read More}

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