Monday, 16 April 2012

Anti-Bullying Blogging Carnival

Hi everybody. I was asked to contribute to an "Anti-Bullying Blogging Carnival" by the renowned martial artist and fellow traditional taekwondo blogger Colin Wee. Unfortunatly I have had to many projects going on at the same time lately so I could not make the post in time. But I think this is such a good thing to do and that helping people face their bullies or on the other hand help people awoid becoming bullies alltogether is very important so I still want to promote the Anti-Bullying Blogging Carnival as much as I possibly can through my Facebook account and through my Blog. I hope my readers will do the same:-) Colin started the idea of the "Anti-Bullying Blogging Carnival"  but he has also got an impressive list of participants from in my opinion many of the best martial arts bloggers out there!

Please visit the link below for a lot of reading material on this issue from some of the best martial arts blogs out there:


  1. This blog is more evidence that bullying is a national tragedy affecting young people across America.

    We all need to take action against the source of bullying and let kids, parents, teachers, principals and politicians know that bullying is NOT okay. We all need to do something to make a difference.

    An amazing young singer-songwriter named Becca Levy is doing just that.

    She has started a music based anti bullying group called Right Now.

    Here’s a link to her video for a cover of “Right Now” by Van Halen. The purpose of the video is to promote awareness to kids using both music and the Internet. The video begins with a public service announcement and is full of statistics that people of all ages need to see.

    Becca lives in Washington, D.C. and just turned sixteen years old.

    1. Actually if anything this blog is evidence that bullying is a global tradegy not a national one. The writer of this blog (yours truly) is a norwegian writing out of Norway, the host of the blogging carneval is from Australia, and many of the participants hail from both UK and USA:-)