Bullying Stories

All you need to Learn about bullying stories and how survivors and victims deal with their own bullying stories

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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Cyber Bullying Awareness: Puerto Rico Tops Google Searches

We are very passionate about everything related to Cyber Bullying, which is why we keep a very close eye on Google Searches for the term “CyberBullying”.  And because 2013 is nearing its end and it is time to locate and gather numbers related to Cyber Bullying Statistics 2014, we resorted to Google to understand what

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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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#EnoughIsEnough: The NoBullying Campaign

We are made of stories. Our experiences, the good, the bad, the boring, and the painful, are what make us who we are. We are each a collection of  many stories, depicting every event, every accident, every victory, and every lesson of our life. Whether we like it or not, bullying plays a big role

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Get Involved: UK Antibullying Programmes and Events

Victimised schoolchildren,concerned parents, and frustrated teachers alike are struggling against a rising epidemic of school bullying. According to one poll, parents’ worst fear when sending their children off to secondary school for the first time is that they’ll be bullied. They have reason to worry: nearly half of pupils in UK schools will experience bullying

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Help Stop the Bullying today

More and more reports of bullying are being made at schools and businesses nationwide. Every day, new cases of bullying are being revealed, which means there is an increased need to raise awareness. How we act, who we support and who we stop has an impact on the communities we live in. It is time

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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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Mark Myers on The Signs of Emotional Bullying

Mark Myers, a licensed clinical social worker and a certified drug and alcohol counsellor in Crystal Lake, Illinois, talks to NoBullying.com in a video interview on the issue of Emotional Bullying. Below is a transcript of his interview on Emotional Bullying with the Founder of NoBullying.com, Ciaran Connolly :  Ciaran Connolly: So today I am joined

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