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Terence Bernie Hines My Life My Power Anti-Bullying charity

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Terence Bernie Hines My Life My Power Anti-Bullying charity Http://www.Mylifemypower.org. My Life My Power is a youth empowerment program that encourages leadership, goal setting, character building, and peer mentoring! Through the My Life My Power program, we maintain an emphasis on anti-bullying while also addressing the following: Suicide/Self-Mutilation, Dropouts/Truancy, Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Physical and Sexual Abuse, Eating Disorders, Teen Pregnancy, Gang Violence, Childhood Obesity, Homelessness, Financial Illiteracy, and Physical and Mental Disorders The reason My Life My Power is addressing all of these other topics in addition to bullying goes back to the fact that there is an underlying issue going on in the lives of these children and teenagers that causes them to bully others. The lack of knowledge that our youth has when it comes to some of these issues is alarming and through the My Life My Power book, we believe that each of these areas must be addressed in order to combat the central issue of bullying. Actor Terence Bernie Hines broke onto the scene in the Farrelly Brothers' "Stuck on You." He's been seen on the small screen in such shows as "My Name is Earl," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "Raising Hope." He lent his comedic skills to the YouTube sensation "Jedi Gym" and has been featured in a slew of national commercials for such iconic brands as Disneyland, Sprint, Nissan and Southwest Airlines. Up next Terence will appear alongside such industry veterans as Ben Stiller and Beau Bridges in their upcoming features "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" and "Rushlights." Terence was born and raised in Detroit's notoriously tough west side. At the age of 14 he was attacked by a neighborhood gang and wound up flatlining on the hospital table. Humor had its hand in his recovery and has since remained an integral part of his life. As an adult, Terence relocated to Los Angeles where he fortuitously met actor and filmmaker Benjamin Koldyke who cast him in his short "Red Zone." A year later, Terence came home to a message on his answering machine from director Peter Farrelly saying he'd seen him in "Red Zone" and thought he'd be perfect for the movie he and his brother were doing. Terence promptly returned the call, nailed the audition and, before he knew it, found himself on set with Oscar alums Matt Damon, Greg Kinnear, Cher and Meryl Streep. He's since been seen in dozens of film and television roles, including "Malcolm in the Middle," "Joey" and "'Til Death," and has shared the stage with legendary actor Ed Asner.