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Anti-bullying activities can help young kids understand what bullying is, and help older kids put a stop to it.
By Jenney Cheever
Learn about the types of online bullying and steps you and your child can take to combat them.
By Alice Langholt
Bullying is a serious problem. Learn what bullying is and what causes a kid to become a bully.
By Linda Cann Pearson
School bullying remains a very real problem, despite attempts to control it. Here are some ways parents can work with schools to stop bullying.
By Alice Langholt
The long-term effects of bullying can include depression, trust issues and even thoughts of suicide. Parents need to watch for the warning signs of bullying and get involved when it happens.
By Alice Langholt
With the potential for long-term psychological damage to both victim and the bully, figuring out how to stop bullying is of paramount importance. There are right and wrong ways for parents to help a child stop bullying. Some actions could make the situation worse, so it's important to know where to turn for help.
By Alice Langholt
The facts on bullying are sobering; half of all children experience bullying, which can lead to problems in school and emotional issues.
By Jenney Cheever
Knowing the causes of bullying is the first step in controlling this serious problem. Learn about the personality traits that are common to bullies and their victims.
By Jenney Cheever
Kids can struggle to learn how to deal with a bully, because feelings of shame and weakness get in the way of telling others about the problem.
By Jenney Cheever
Physical bullying can destroy a teen's self esteem, leading to suicidal thoughts, depression or drug and alcohol abuse. Know the warning signs and what you can do to support your child.
By Alice Langholt
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