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Black Summer Shares His Bullying Experiences

The Reason Behind Teen Support Network Existences

Photo of the Teen Support Network's Founder William Russell

The Teen Support Network is an online anti-bullying community which was started on the 15th of February 2012, by William Russell (Pictured above), in a promise kept from a friend of his the promise was a two-part promise.

The first part of the Promise was to create a place online for teenagers from all walks of life to have access to advice, support and useful information.

The second part of promise was go never mention his real identity as he didn’t want the site to focus on him, he just wanted the community to be a safe and supportive place for all.

Sadly, in 2011 William’s friend took his own life because he could not handle the bullying any longer he was bullied because of his sexuality.

To read the full story click here

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Australian Helpline:
 Phone Number:
 13 11 14
 Kids Helpine 
 1800 55 1800
 Mensline Australia
 1300 78 99 78
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 1800 187 263 
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Gwen Stefani invites Bullied Kid up on Stage at her Concert after reading a poster from his mother in who was in audience.

Recently Gwen Stefani performed at one of her concerts she read out a note from a mum whose son who had been #‎Bullied‬ from 1st to 5th grade who listens to her music to calm himself down and goes to sleep with a smile on his face.

Gwen then invited him on stage and this what happened.

Reposted from her Instagram account:

" About 3 years ago when things were hard in my life I prayed to God everyday that I could get a chance to use my gift that God gave me and make difference in some way in this world - last night this little guy was the answerto my prayers
#‎zerotoleranceforbullies‬ ‪#‎onelove‬ #‎thisiswhatthetruthfeelslike‬ Gx"

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