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  1. Do's and Don'ts When You Think Your Child Is Being Bullied Bullying has been in the news a lot lately due to the advent of school shootings. The truth is there is no evidence that school shootings are being done by bullies. But, it is starting the conversation to encourage teachers, students, and parents to deal with the bullying problem rampant in ...
  2. How to Get Support from the School When your child is being bullied at school, the school needs to be involved in detection, consequences to the bully, and prevention. Without the school helping with this, there is no way to stop the bullying without removing your child from school entirely. Learning how to get support from the ...
  3. Online Resources to Help You and Your Child Finding bullying resources is simple today with the advent of the internet. Online anti-bullying information is everyplace. It’s important to differentiate between good information and poor information, though. Good information seeks to prevent bullying without ever blaming the child for being ...
  4. Eight Signs That a Younger Child Is Being Bullied Sometimes children don’t tell us everything that goes on in their lives - even when they’re in elementary school. But, there are signs you can watch out for in case your child is being bullied. It’s important to be aware of your child, their moods, and physical condition at all times, and ...
  5. Eight Signs That an Older Child Is Being Bullied When an older child is being bullied, the signs can be even more direct than when a young child is being bulled. Teenagers are often even more emotional and moody than younger kids due to hormones. They can also feel more hopeless, so it’s important to pay attention to their behavior and get ...
  6. The Different Types of Bullying Bullying comes in seven different forms that can easily be recognizable. Often a bully will use more than one type of bullying to really cause chaos in their victim’s life. The best way to deal with any type of bullying is directly - by ending the ability for the bully to have access to their ...
  7. Tips for Getting Your Child to Tell You about It The best defense against bullying is openness and talking about it. But it can often be hard to get your child to do that. They may be ashamed, or embarrassed, or be scared that you’ll have a "bad" reaction. You can help mitigate this issue by not showing your emotions and being clinical about ...
  8. What Makes a Child Become a Target for Bullying? While most parents want a list of the things that can cause a child to become a target for bullying, understand that this list is just a norm. It’s not the definitive rule. Plus, there are always exceptions depending on what type of school it is, what’s considered normal in that culture or ...
  9. What to Do If the Bullying Doesn’t Stop? Sadly, sometimes it’s hard to get bullying to stop. Some school districts aren’t very good at stopping it, often due to funding issues. And sometimes a bully lives in the neighborhood, and the bullying happens after school. In that case, you have to deal with the parents directly, and that ...
  10. What to Do If You Suspect Bullying but Aren’t Sure? Sometimes you get a feeling your child is being bullied but you have no proof, because your child will not speak about it. Your child is showing signs that there is a problem; this could be through depression, illness, not wanting to go to school, and even displaying anger and bullying behavior ...
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