Let The Haters Go!

Written by Jenn Sadai     I’m writing this article as much for myself as it is for everyone else. I have haters who sometimes get inside my head and wreak havoc. I used to spend so much time thinking about the people who were rooting for my failure and I wasn’t focused on all of the people who were cheering for my success.  The happier I am and the more successful I become, the more my haters try to {Read More}

Interview With A Dancer

Interview by Dana Jacoviello It is a sad thing to have to say when people are so afraid to speak out on their experiences for fear of judgement or shame. The bullying stories can often lead to more bullying, but if we do not fight that fear, we are not able to help anybody else see that is OK to stand up for yourself. It is OK to speak out. It is at times we lose people for these reasons. {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}

Falling to Pieces through Comedy

About a week or so ago my friend Tommy Geraci and I went to the Kickstarter Film Festival in Brooklyn, but while we were enjoying the films, food, and atmosphere something amazing happened…we were approached by Cristina Marques about a film project called “Falling to Pieces” by Elisabeth Jamison and Chris Connolly. Soon after Elisabeth and Chris came over and we began to discuss the film and share a lovely conversation with these three incredible people. It is a short story about loss {Read More}

So Many Topics So Little Time With Tommy Geraci

Tommy Geraci: Advocate, Friend, and Supporter   You all have been introduced to my good friend Tommy Geraci before in a written interview about him as we discussed his advocacy and Socially Dvoted. This time we discussed life, bullying, cyber bullying, authenticity, television, film, and much more. Please listen as I promise you will enjoy every minute. Look for much more to come from Tommy and I…stay tuned for some big news and upcoming projects we have in the works. {Read More}

Michael Coleman “Happy” to Lend His Voice

Actor, Writer, and Bullies Keep Out Supporter Michael Coleman (“Happy” Once Upon A Time) Michael Coleman is best known for his role as Happy on the hit ABC show Once Upon a Time; however, Michael has played in other such memorable roles on popular shows such as Supernatural, Smallville, Fringe, SG-1, and Eureka. Michael has also done voice-over actor work for several commercials for radio and television, and is an accomplished writer as well. I recently had the great pleasure of connecting with {Read More}

Joshua Reid-Davis Lends his Voice to BKO

I recently connected with Joshua Reid-Davis through a good friend. In not knowing him that well as of yet, I decided to do just that. I find him to be quite interesting and a beautiful person. I look forward to working with him and getting to know him better myself. I am grateful to have him join Bullies Keep Out as a supporter and lend his voice and advice to the fight against all forms of bullying and hate. Please take {Read More}

Mark’s Story of Hope

PLEASE BE WARNED STORY IS INTENSE AND A BIT GRAPHIC AS IT TOUCHES ON SUICIDE!!!   MARK’S STORY! I sat at my desk at work with no plan ahead. The idea just popped in my head at an instant. I couldn’t take anymore of my life. The past few weeks I fell into a deep state of depression. I lost all hope of a resolution to my angst. I didn’t want to hurt the one I spent the last 10 {Read More}

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