In the wake of the Santa Fe High School shooting that left ten people dead and ten more injured on May 18, people have come together in many positive ways to support the survivors, victims, and their families. According to local news source Click2Houston , there are several blood drives happening over the course of the next few days to support the people who were affected by the shooting. The outlet reports that all types of blood are currently needed, and you can visit the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center's website for information on donating. In a Facebook post dated yesterday, May 18, the organization added that if community members aren't able to make any of the scheduled drives, "the best way to make an impact and ensure we always have a constant blood supply on the shelves" is to make an appointment at the center. Football player J.
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Educators play a vital role not only in bullying prevention but also in bullying intervention. After all, teachers are not trained to serve as counselors. Their job is to educate. But they can support the overall recovery process in the classroom and incorporate it into the daily learning schedule.
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As a parent, you may experience an entire range of emotions including anger, fear, pain, confusion and maybe even embarrassment. Make sure your teen or tween feels comfortable sharing with you. Instead, ask questions in a calm manner gathering as many details as you can.
Are you worried a friend or family member may be involved in an abusive relationship? There are many steps you can take to help. Most domestic violence victims feel very alone and confused as a result of the abuse. Victims often feel they have nowhere to turn — they may worry no one will believe them, they may blame themselves for the abuse, and they may fear their abuser will hurt them, their children, or their pets if they reveal the abuse to anyone outside their home. You can take steps to help.