Bullying Stories

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Bullying Claims the Life of an 11-Year-Old Cancer Survivor

As a very young child, merely 3 years of age, Bethany Thompson has been diagnosed with brain cancer, what must have been devastating news for the family. But they have all battled through radiation therapy, and, in 2008, the child has been proclaimed a cancer survivor and cancer-free. She has overcome the worst that could ever

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Bulling in the NHS

According to a recent survey by the Guardian’s Healthcare Professionals Network there is a major issue with bullying amongst employees of UK’s NHS (National Health Service). This email-based survey was sent out to healthcare professionals and promoted on Twitter and Facebook. The results were shocking: Of the 1,500 health workers who responded, 81 per cent

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MMA to Combat Bullying

A martial arts organization in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada has created an MMA program to teach youths about the impact of bullying. It is called Be A Buddy Not A Bully. This project, created by the Kamikazi Punishment Foundation and Arctic Combat Fitness was launched on October the 18th and will run on until mid-December.

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Australia’s National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence

Last week, on Friday 21st March 2014, Australia marked the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. This is the third year when Australian schools and government entities come together to focus on teaching the students on how to say “Bullying. No Way!” and to “strengthen their existing everyday messages that bullying and violence

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Parents Who Are Aware Can Help Stop Bullying

How to Stop Bullying in Australia  Chloe’s Story Perhaps the best known face of the newly emerging support and awareness campaigns and anti bullying slogans in Australia is 15-year-old Chloe Elizabeth Fergusson. Chloe’s December, 2013 death sparked an outcry and made many more people aware of the prevalence of bullying in Australia. Her case created

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Someone Is Making You Think Am I Stupid, Ugly, Wrong?

“Am I stupid?” your child types in the search engine. You know he or she is miserable. There is something bothering your little one. He tosses and turns at night. She picks at the food on her plate. He tells you he has a fever to get out of school. She doesn’t want to go

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Interview: The People of BCNY on Understanding Bullying

Shane Mehta is a Mental Health Counsellor at The Boys’ Club of New York.  She has his MA and EdM and serves BCNY ’s Harriman Clubhouse, located in New York’s East Village. She speaks to NoBullying.com about the need to understanding bullying. This particular need of understanding bullying can be a very important factor to fighting bullying.  Understanding Bullying

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A Bullying Article That Hits Home

It is hard to spend any serious time watching or reading the news and not find some instance of bullying. There is good old fashion physical bullying. There is emotional and verbal bullying and there is the new kid on the block, cyber-bullying. No matter how you anatomize and dissect it, bullying has become a

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Heather Case on Dealing with School Bullying

Heather Case is a licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Indiana. She talks to NoBullying.com about Dealing with School Bullying and what bullying really means in the United States. Heather Case: My name is Heather Case. I live in Indiana, United States and in Indiana I am a licensed mental health counselor as well as a licensed

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Bullying and Art

Since attention was drawn to the importance of fighting bullying in a way that promotes positive attitude and kicks aggressive or negative methods out of the equation. The bully you meet at school is someone who needs help as well. If this fact is not recognized and dealt with correctly, the victim might suffer more

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