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"To Save A Life" the movie. It’s about choices. What’s yours?

Are you a kid or teen who is depressed?

There is help!

You have choices and it’s all about the choices you make! Whatever is hurting you so bad that you would even think of suicide has a solution. And that’s NOT suicide.

Suicide is NEVER the answer. It ends all of your dreams, it’s permanent — you can’t take it back, it hurts the people who love you — and it doesn’t solve the problem that’s hurting you!

While Love Our Children USA and STOMP Out Bullying does not endorse any particular religious organization or group, we encourage you to see the movie “To Save A Life” and then spread the word!

It can save your life, it can save the life of someone you know. It’s up to all of us to help!

An all-star athlete and his girlfriend find their lives spinning out of control when Jake loses a childhood friend. Help comes when he reaches out to others who are hurting, and he realizes some people are just dying to be heard.
The movie asks…

How far would you go?

How much would you risk?

How hard would you fight…TO SAVE A LIFE

See the movie TO SAVE A LIFE in theaters near you.

Visit and remember — you can save a life — you can save your life!

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Love Shouldn’t Hurt

Recently the media has reported the story of Chris Brown beating his girlfriend Rihanna.

Dating violence affects about one in ten teen couples. Teenagers can often misinterpret abusive and violent behavior as a show of love. Hitting, yelling, threatening, name calling, and using and hurting you sexually isn’t love!

Media reports also indicate that Rihanna has gone back to Chris Brown. Once a guy hits a girl or worse, it is important to know that no matter how sorry they are, and no matter how times they swear they’ll never do this again, it’s not true.

When someone is violent it’s learned behavior. That’s what’s what they learned while growing up. They believe they won’t do it again … but they will because that’s all they know.

Read more about Teen Dating Violence and how to stay safe here and remember … LOVE SHOULDN’T HURT!!!

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