Green Giant's Anti-Bullying Campaign helps us Raise a Giant


Bullying is a topic we parents hope we don’t have to look square in the eye. We hope that our kids never get bullied or become a bully.  

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But in today’s performance driven world, it seems it is less likely that all children won’t be touched in some way by bullying. Even if they just witness bullying.


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So how do we help our kids help themselves? How do we equip them with the necessary tools they need to survive and thrive? Green Giant’s Raise a Giant campaign offers wonderful tips and insights to help parents and kids face bullying together. 


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I chose not to publicly write a letter to my daughters because they have asked that I keep personal details about them and our lives to a minimum online, but I do talk about this tough subject with my girls.

I invite you to learn more by visiting Raise a Giant where you can read letters from parents, watch their helpful video and join in.

As always, I hope you found this post helpful. I invite you to share in comments if you've had to talk with your kids about bullying .


Disclosure: The information and prize pack have been provided by Green Giant® through MyBlogSpark. Thank you General Mills for making a $25 donation in MY WAHM Plan's name to the Pacer's Center for Bully Prevention.

12 comments

Barb Webb said...

This is such a lovely campaign! Terrific advice! We certainly need to keep the conversation going!

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Barb,

Conversation is key isn't it? I agree that this is a lovely and needed campaign and I'm honored to be a part of it. I saw your post about it as well!

Happy Monday.

Daisy B said...

This is a great campaign! It's such a good cause that I appreciate as a parent.

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Daisy,

I agree. As a Mom of 2 daughters, I found this campaign helpful in not only keeping conversations open with them- but also seeing that other parents echo some of my concerns as well.

Ellen said...

What a great cause to be involved in. Bullying is such a horrible problem.

Grace Hodgin said...

I love that Green Giant is getting behind this problem and bringing awareness to it. I bought their veggies the other day just because of this campaign.

Frugal and Fun Mom said...

I am having open conversations with my kids about bullying. I ask them about what is going on at school and if they ever see it happening. I want to nip it in the bud if it starts up.

Pam said...

What a wonderful campaign. As a former elementary teacher I am saddened to see how much bullying has increased over the years.

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Ellen,

Bullying really is getting worse rather than better in my opinion. That's why I am thankful a big brand like Green Giant decided to help.

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Grace,

Awesome! I love that you are helping by buying their veggies. I plan on buying more today.

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Carlee,

I talk to my girls about it too. We are an open family that talk alot )sometimes over each other)- but I always try to find quite, private time with both girls so they can open up and share.

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Pam,

I can well imagine what you may have seen in the class room and at recess.
I can't believe what my 5th grader shares. Some kids are just down right ugly in their thoughts and actions. It's hard not to pre-judge their parents.