The DVD sat on our kitchen counter for two weeks, we were just so busy that we had no time to sit down as a family together and watch it … until last night and I’m so glad that we did.
As a mother, it is heartbreaking to see what some kids endure on a daily basis. No friends. Hit on the bus. Called names in the classroom. Nobody willing to help them. Everybody just looking the other way.
I was crying at about three and a half minutes in. I knew when the father started talking about his son in the past sense that it was going to be a very tragic story … and it was/is.
Be warned … it’s a tough documentary to watch, but something that EVERY SINGLE FAMILY should watch together. (However, it might not be suitable for children younger than 8th grade … the language is very rough in some spots and there are scenes of actual violence.)
Nobody wants to believe that it could happen to their kid.
Nobody wants to believe that it could be their kid that’s being the Bully.
Please please please find this movie … watch it with your family … start the conversation. Be the difference.
** I know that Netflix has it, because that’s where I got it **
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