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A traveling cast visits area Middle Schools to educate students using humor and a series of skits to address serious topics like peer pressure, cyberbullying, stigmas, put-downs, cliques, depression, disability and how to ask for help. Wisdom shared with student participants:
BFF Yourself—Be kind to yourself, treat yourself like you matter (because you do), and get help, if you are struggling.
BFF Your Peers—Even if they aren’t in your “clique” or aren’t your close friend, do no harm, be kind, ask for help if you are concerned about someone’s behavior or words.
Reach Out—If you need help or if you think someone else does, reach out. Sometimes it takes losing a friendship to keep a friend alive. We’ll bring information to distribute to your students, such as 800 crisis numbers, youth mental health websites, local supports, etc.
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