We are David and Tina Long. We lost our son Tyler to peer-abuse driven bullycide when he was just 17 years old. To honor Tyler and all those who are confronted with bullying, we started a our voices are the most powerful tools we have in preventing bullying. We also believe youth hold the key to a future where schools are safe spaces for all, and we must support, educate, and empower them to help us create solutions.

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  • Tyler Long's parents David and Tina Long

    We have been blessed to be included in countless television appearances, magazines, radio shows, blogs, and presentations at schools, colleges, organizations, summits, etc. We are proud to offer consultative services. It is our hope that Tyler’s voice never falls silent.

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  • Adult bullying issues

    In general, any "splitting off" from the rest of society, singling out groups and emphasizing one's affiliation is often a reason bright enough to attract the attention of the aggressor. People with different skin color, different orientation, different wealth or any other distinguishing characteristics can become victims only because they stand out from the mass around them. Today we are going to talk about the bullying of adults and how to cope with it.

  • How to detect that your child is being bullied

    Any child can get into the situation of bullying. At the same time, parents may not even guess that their child has been the victim of an aggressive attitude from their peers. How to recognize that your son or daughter is being bullied at school? How to support your child and whether adults need to intervene in the conflict?


Don’t let your voice fall silent. Help us save lives and leave a legacy of change. Tyler's story is told in the film 'Bully'


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Tyler Long

Tyler Long is a victim of Peer Abuse Driven Bullycide. He took his life October 17th, 2009. Tyler was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He was only 17-years-old.

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TIPS Platform

TIPS Prevention Platform - An innovative and award-winning platform of web-based tools report bullying or other potentially harmful student safety concerns and equip school personnel with the tools to proactively investigate the concern, objectively assess the situation, track and document all actions taken and monitor students with ongoing follow-ups and reminders. TIPS has been implemented with great success in over 500 schools. www.awareity.com

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David and Tina Long Speaking Events

When we speak, we share Tyler’s story and talk about the legacy one can leave behind. How will you help others? We also discuss how adults can provide support and address bullying with their child’s teachers, counselors, and administrators. We talk about how our youth have the power to make it better for future generations. We tell them their voice is their most powerful tool. We’ve had kids tell us that Tyler’s story saved their lives. Bullies came to us to say they didn’t realize how bad their words hurt. For parents, we explain what we did wrong and how they can work with their bullied child. We engage the parent, child and school for better communication. Our assemblies provide children safety, compassion and a voice. Most of all, we let kids know that they are not alone and that help is available. A great blog to read discussing an ESW1 assembly at the University of Northern Iowa: http://njp40.blogspot.com/2013/09/pin-drop-powerful.html

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Get Help!

Are you thinking of hurting yourself or others? Call Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Just need someone to speak about life? The Boys Town National Hotline is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and is staffed by specially trained Boys Town counselors. Call 1-800-448-3000. DON'T SUFFER IN SILENCE. HELP IS AVAILABLE!