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Bullying and The School Bully

Bullying is a problem all over. Many children and teens have to deal with more than one school bully, and sometimes even friends can bully. Here you will find bullying resources for children who are being bullied and for those who bully.

Five Steps to Take if Your Child is Being Bullied
These five steps will help your child trust that you can help them with their bullying problem.

Warning Signs Your Child is Being Bullied
Checklist of warning signs that a bully is picking on your child. If you see these bullying type signs, it is time to have a gentle but firm talk with your teen.

Cyberbullying: A New Way to Bully
Cyberbullying is new way to bully and crops up out of our teens’ ability to connect with each other through internet social websites, email and cell phones. While the ability to talk with friends in these different ways is fun, it has given bullies a new way of doing what they want to do - hurt people. Here are some tips on what you can do if...

Jay McGraw's Life Strategies for Dealing with Bullies
A book review on the book Jay McGraw's Life Strategies for Dealing with Bullies for parents who are looking for a good book on helping their child with a bullying problem.

Children Who Bully
Characteristics of children who bully.

Bullying: What Is the Schools Responsibility?
What should your teen's school be doing about a bullying problem? Here is a list of the steps that should be taken by your teen's school if your child is facing a bully problem.

School Bully
While a bully certainly is known for their ability to overpower others physically, mental bullying can be just as damaging to a child.

Bullying Widespread in U.S. Schools
Bullying is widespread in American schools, with more than 16 percent of U.S. school children saying they had been bullied by other students during the current term, according to a survey funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).

Make Your Child Bully Proof
"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." Remember that old rhyme? It wasn't true when you were in school, and it isn't true now. Read more here.

Bullying is not just a normal, if unpleasant, part of growing up, according to Federal researchers. Rather, children who bully other children appear to be at risk for engaging in more serious violent behaviors, such as frequent fighting and carrying a weapon. Moreover, victims of bullying also are at risk for engaging in these kinds of violent...

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