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Bullies Keep Out Episode 14 – Social Media & Empathy

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Dana Jacoviello discusses the positives & negatives of social media, how it is impacting our personal relationships and our ability to understand one through some characters on a page. She also focuses on the possibility that our empathy is being affected by this very fact that we are unable to truly read what a person is going through, thinking, or what they mean by a simple post that is not fully explained as it would be in a conversation or in person.


PLEASE, if you feel like you’re having suicidal thoughts, talk to someone. There is NO coming back from suicide; it is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Need help finding someone?

  • Bullies Keep Out – Twitter @BulliesKeepOut, e-mail HELP@Bullieskeepout.com
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Trevor Project – 1-866-488-7386, Twitter @TrevorProject, Web TheTrevorProject.org


Bullies Keep Out LLC is an organization and movement to support, mentor, and raise awareness to those who have been bullied, harassed, or struggle from any form of hate, LGBT, Equality, Domestic Violence, Suicide Awareness, Addiction, Mental health awareness. It is a place to come together, unite, connect, and create change and through every avenue and outlet, which includes our celebrity and other special advocates who speak out and stand up with us. We aim to make voices be heard, build bridges, empower, motivate, raise awareness, take action, fundraise, and become so strong that as one we will not be broken down by any bully or form of hatred. BKO is built on a foundation of love, hope, kindness, and respect.

All this and more on this weeks edition of Bullies Keep Out!

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