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A 15-year-old girl talked about attempting suicide and urged anyone with similar thoughts to reach out for help.
And a teacher tearfully warned students about their actions by revealing he was a bully when he was younger – until the person he tormented tried to kill himself. as part of "Challenge Day," a nationally recognized anti-bullying program that travels to schools around the country.
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In this small barbershop in Ypsilanti, Michigan, kids pick out a book and head to the chair. That’s because children 12 and under who visit The Fuller Cut can get a discount on their haircut for doing a simple task: reading to the barber. They just happened to hear about other shops around the country taking part in a “read to your barber program,” and they decided to get on board.
Students wept as their troubles tumbled out - from worries about their parents, medical problems within the family, troubles with gangs, and battles with alcohol and drugs.
Students later apologized to others who they had put down or teased over the years.
The events combined ice-breaking routines to get students to drop their guards with soul-searching exercises designed to reveal their true selves.
“It gives them confidence in reading and helps us understand their comprehension of reading,” Fuller said. It’s one of the best things that has come along for them.” Another bonus, Fuller added, is that it helps kids socialize.