Stalking

Various Not So Scary Types of Stalkers

There is always a room between love and war. However, there are no finer lines between obsession and love because it is an unhealthy line that can be handled incorrectly and may result in situations that are best described as unlucky. In life, you cannot get anything you like no matter how rich or beautiful

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Jennie Withers on Stopping Teen Harassment

A Teacher and an Author at heart, Jennie Withers has written several books on children and parenting. She is the author of Hey, Back Off! Tips for Stopping Teen Harassment, published by New Horizon Press Books. She Talks to Ciaran Connolly about Stopping Teen Harassment.  Jennie Withers: My name is Jennie Withers and I’m a co-author of ‘Hey

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Is Your Student a Bully? The Signs

Signs your student is a bully! Brandon and Larry were good friends ever since elementary school. Throughout their academic years, Brandon, who was outgoing, down-to-earth and popular, maintained a C average. Larry was the reticent type who was alone most of the time and was a B student. Both spent time on Facebook, but Larry

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Cyber Bullying for Dummies

Cyber Bullying for Dummies : How to know when Someone’s Crossed the Line Cyber Bullying for Dummies Pointer #1: So you’re online, minding your own business; when all of a sudden someone approaches you…maybe It’s someone you know nothing about, or who you’ve encountered briefly before. You’re not sure whether to open up or not, but they

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Interview: A New Approach to Internet Safety

Dr Lorraine Bowman-Grieve is a Chartered Psychologist and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She has contributed as a guest lecturer on the topic of terrorist use of the internet. She talks to NoBullying.com about internet safety in relation to cyber bullying. Is internet safety something that more people are aware of and practice?

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Is Stalking A Crime ? It Can Endanger Your Life!

When considering the number of men and women who fall victims to stalking every year, some people probably wonder, is stalking a crime? Although the legal definition of stalking differs from one state to another, it can be generally defined as the act of harassing another person repeatedly through actions that are intended to instill

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National Bullying Prevention Month: The Beginning of a Solution

Despite the old saying about “sticks and stones…,” words DO hurt. Words can cause long-lasting emotional scars. Sometimes bullying includes criminal behaviors that can cause injury or death. It’s for these reasons that National Bullying Prevention Month was created by No Bully, a nonprofit organization made up of educators, psychologists, lawyers, and other individuals who

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Celebrity Stalkers

Stalkers are more common than you might think. Though these obsessive individuals tend to gravitate toward the famous, anyone can be stalked at any time with no real reasoning behind it. It is helpful that in an effort to understand why someone might be stalked, you look at the different reasons why someone might experience

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The Current Situation With Stalking in UK

Stalker continually watches and observes their victim, learning everything they can about their victim. By learning their victim’s habits and patterns, they can place themselves in places where the victim often frequents. In Great Britain, the stalking definition is often used interchangeably with that of harassment. What Is Stalking? The definition of stalking changes somewhat

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Harassment in Canada

The action and laws associated with harassment in Canada have an extensive past from originally being non-existent to now being very, very detailed and specific. And this is just at the national level. Provincial governments within Canada can add additional requirements and details to both criminal laws and civil ones, and some have down to

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