We love that Demi uses her celebrity status to call attention to the dangers of bullying! A victim herself, she wants everybody over age 13 to see the consequences of bullying in the new documentary ‘Bully.’
Teen star Demi Lovato strongly believes in the cause against bullying. So she’s asking her almost 6 million Twitter followers to sign a petition to lower the rating for the new documentary Bully from R to PG-13! “Please help repeal the R rating on “BULLY.” EVERYONE should be able to see it. Sign the petition,” Demi tweeted.
This mother is coming under fire for posting a picture of her 5-year-old son dressed as Daphne from Scooby Doo for Halloween on her personal blog and then calling him gay. While I applaud her defense of her son, I don’t think she should have labeled him. What do you think?
A woman who goes by the name Cop’s Wife on her blog Nerdy Apple Bottom is being praised by many for defending her 5-year-old son’s right to dress up as a female character from his favorite cartoon. But when she posted a picture of him on her blog wearing his Daphne from Scooby Doocostume under the headline “My Son Is Gay” she may have crossed a line, according to relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle.
One of Kate Gosselin’s 6-year-old daughters was reportedly suspended from her elementary school for fighting. Experts tell HollyBaby.com that Kate’s attitude is adversely affecting her kids.
Kate Gosselin‘s eight kids ( 6-year-old sextuplets Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah, Joel and 10-year-old twins Cara and Madelyn) are starting to act out! One of the sextuplets was reportedly kicked out of their school in Pennsylvania’s Lancaster County for two weeks! A source close to the family tells Usthat the little girl was suspended from school for hitting a classmate. “Hitting another child is an aggressive act. It’s bullying! Schools are finally taking bullying very seriously,” says New York City-based psychologist Dr. Gilda Carle. And she thinks that Kate is to blame for this!
Bruce Willis says he taught his three daughters how to stand up to bullies at a very young age, but I just don’t think his plan would actually work!
With a lot of news reports focusing on bullying lately, it is nice to hear celebrity parents talking about the advice they give their children on how to avoid being put into a difficult situation. But only when that advice is useful. Tough guy Bruce Willis says that he taught his and ex-wife Demi Moore‘s daughters, Rumer, 22, Scout, 19, and Tallulah, 16, how to defend themselves against high school thugs at an early age. “I taught them a little thing when they were young and they can actually protect themselves now,” the 55-year-old Die Hard star said on Britain’s Daybreak TV show. Bruce’s advice: Confront the bully and scream in their face! But I really don’t think that’s a good idea.