Sincerely, Angela: A Mother’s Letter About Her Son’s Bullycide

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  1. Juan Monroy says:

    Like always Mrs Suttner, Beautiful words and Kenny will always be remembered and will help make a difference .. JC Monroy

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    1. kennystrong says:

      Thank you so much Jc! It means so much and helps to hear that!

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  2. cheriewhite says:

    Angela, I found this post in Reader. This is such a beautiful post for Kenny and it brought tears to my eyes. I’m reblogging this because I want to not only give you exposure, but I also want everyone possible to know how painful this is and I want them to see, from the words of a family member who has watched their loved one bullied and who knows what bullying can do, the heartbreak surviving families of bullycide face everday. And also the hell targets of bullying face when they go to school and work every day. God bless you, Angela! And thank you for your hard work in bringing awareness to school and workplace bullying!

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  3. cheriewhite says:

    Angela, I found this post in Reader. This is such a beautiful post for Kenny and it brought tears to my eyes. I’m reblogging this because I want to not only give you exposure, but I also want everyone possible to know how painful this is and I want them to see, from the words of a family member who has watched their loved one bullied and who knows what bullying can do, the heartbreak surviving families of bullycide face everyday. And also the hell targets of bullying face when they go to school and work every day. God bless you, Angela! And thank you for your hard work in bringing awareness to school and workplace bullying!

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  4. cheriewhite says:

    Reblogged this on Chateau Cherie and commented:
    This post is from the “We Roar for Kenny Bug” blog and was written by Angela Suttner, a grieving mother who lost her son, Kenny, to bullycide on December 16, 2016.

    As a parent of two sons myself, I cannot imagine the pain. Until you’ve heard or read from someone who has lived it, you cannot comprehend the damage- the devastation that bullying causes. And you cannot understand the gut-turning, heart-wrenching pain of a parent, a sibling, a family who has lost a loved one to bullycide.

    In this blog, Angela Suttner pours her heart out in her blog, and it will bring tears to your eyes.

    Being an anti-bullying advocate, I have spoken to Angela personally via social media, and she has such much to teach you. In speaking to her and reading her posts, you cannot help but to feel her anguish.

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  5. kennystrong says:

    Thank you! It’s not easy but I know how important it is for Kenny’s story to be heard. We hope his story will help children/adults who are being bullied at school or in the workplace to please speak out. You are not alone. We are listening and want to help.

    Thank you for your continuous support and kindness, it means so much!
    #WEROARFORKENNYBUG
    #BEKIND
    #ITSEASY

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