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Have you ever been bullied by someone? I think if we all look back over our life, there has probably been at least one time when we have experienced some sort of harassment.


Be Good to Each Other

Or, even worse, we can find an instance where we were the bully. CustomInk wants to encourage us all to simply “Be Good to Each Other.”

This being an election year, and the election just weeks ago, this is definitely one message that needs to be shouted from the rooftops. When you think about it, bullying prevention really begins with you. With me.

Making a conscience effort to show our fellow neighbors, friends, and online peers understanding and grace can create change.

We should promote more kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.


Colby and I try to do this as much as possible in our home. After all, children learn what they live. By setting an example, they can see how sharing a smile or doing a random act of kindness can brighten someone else’s day.

Do we fail? Of course. We’re not perfect.

But, we get up and try it again as we strive to do better with each new opportunity. When we serve the homeless each month as a family, it further drives home each of these points.

“Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness.” 

Lucius Annaeus Seneca

CustomInk‘s Be Good to Each Other campaign aims to unite people of all ages by encouraging them to take a stand against bullying by wearing custom bullying prevention t-shirts that promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

They have partnered with celebrity supporters to create a limited edition line of t-shirts that feature positive and motivational messaging that reinforce self-worth and promote acceptance.


Now through October 31, CustomInk will donate profits from the sales of bullying prevention t-shirts to benefit PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center in its effort to engage, educate, and unite communities nationwide.

The company will donate up to $100,000, as part of the sixth annual Be Good to Each Other campaign.

To get involved and show your support, visit The t-shirts are priced from $12 to $27 and help spread the message to help put an end to bullying.