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  1. Really good points here! Followed! I think the one we forget the most is “loving yourself”, most of us are concerned so much about work and improvement that we forget to treat ourselves and it can be a big problem. Keep it up! I posted yesterday about tips to make your workplace a more productive work environment, could you take a look and like/follow if you thought it was a good post? Thanks!

    1. Francesca Hepton says:

      I’ll check it out, thanks

  2. Very true – it is easy to ignore and push on but so important to recognise these signs and take action to make positive changes. Great blog! 😊

  3. Fiona says:

    Great to see a book to help children around bullying….I jwish even more could be done to get the message across to the bullies that this is just not acceptable in any form.


    I drink Aloe every morning…couldn’t be without it.

    1. Francesca Hepton says:

      So true!

  5. Bullying happens so much on anonymous messaging apps. I have been bullied for several years now and it happens mostly on social media. People take advantage of anonymous messaging apps and it happens to so many people. There have been so many suicides because of apps like them. Could you guys sign my petition to get apps like Sarahah and other anonymous messaging apps banned. They do more harm than good. Here is the petition link:

    1. Francesca Hepton says:

      Sorry to hear that. I have signed your worthwhile petition and shared it on fb x

      1. Thank you xx

      2. Francesca Hepton says:

        I hope you are successful.

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