The Roberts Wish Podcast
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#8 Chanie Wilschanski
Chanie Wilschanski talks to Lisa about her experience being bullying in school, as well as, her experience parenting her children through bullying. Chanie was picked on for having red hair in school. It was something to embrace, but she didn't know that at the time because children want to fit in, not stand out. Every child handles bullying differently and the way parents respond has to differ as well. Lisa and Chanie discuss strategies parents can use to support children through these...
#7 Melissa Wilson
In this episode, Vice President Ginni Saraswati talks to Melissa Wilson, founder of The Grass Gets Greener. Melissa works to empower survivors of childhood trauma and abuse. Together the two talk about how bullying and its effects fits into Melissa's story and mission.
#6 Nicholas Costello
Nicholas Costello talks to Lisa about his experience being bullying in school. Nicholas was often made fun of for not acting "black enough" when he attended schools with students from different racial and economic backgrounds. The two discuss coping mechanisms to battle social bullying and talk about the importance of self-confidence.
#5 Mike LeBeau
Mike LeBeau talks to Lisa about his experiences with bullying in school and in his professional work spaces. The two reflect on the importance of having support in work spaces so that all kinds of bullying (physical, mental, and emotional) can be addressed and dealt with properly.
#4 Roddy Biggs
Roddy Biggs talks to Lisa about their experience and perspective on bullying. Roddy opens up about coming out as gay at twelve years old and struggling with bullying throughout middle school and high school. The two have a discussion about the kind support kids and parents in the LGBTQ community need to combat bullying.
#3 Susan Heldsinger
Susan Heldsinger talks to Lisa about her experience and perspective on bullying. Susan shares her ideas about bullying in connection with her own children and bullying within her own community. The pair also discusses the importance of supporting the LGTBQ community.
#2 Duncan Greenfield
Duncan Greenfield is an experienced multi channel luxury hospitality sales leader and specialist with global experience. He shares his story around bullying with our host Lisa Hunter.
#1 Sarah Ramsay
Sarah Ramsay is an educator of over 25 years, a certified counsellor and a victim of school yard bullying. Having mild cerebral palsy on the left side of her body she was continual taunted in high school. A remarkable story unfolds as Sarah used kindness and compassion as the counter to these terrible taunts. The Roberts Wish Podcast is hosted by it's CEO & Founder, Lisa Hunter.