Bullying Victims

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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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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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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What You May Be Feeling When Bullied By Others

You are walking down the hallway as the classmates you pass by whisper and point in your direction. Something is going on, but you don’t know what, as you hold your textbooks closer to your chest. You are almost to your locker when you feel hands at your back. The hands violently shove you forward.

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Rehtaeh Parsons’ Father is Receiving Death Threats

Rehtaeh Parsons was a happy fifteen year old with a straight A record, and a love of science and learning; one day she went to a party at a friend’s house and was brutally raped by four boys. According to her mother, “That was the night that everything changed for her.” Understandably Rehtaeh Parsons was traumatized

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What to Do About a Bullied Child

Monica was a smart child with high reading and math skills, but a bit of a loner. She wasn’t good in sports because of an undiagnosed asthmatic condition and therefore quickly became unpopular among her peers. Soon girls and even boys taunted and teased her about being fat and ugly. Despite her attempts at telling her mom about

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The Dire Consequences of Bullying

These days, bullying has become a huge concern in the United States. Over half of children under the age of 17 report that they have been bullied on more than one occasion throughout their lives. In recent years, schools across the nation have begun making efforts to stop bullying and make their classrooms places that

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Anti Bullying Groups: Something Like Family

Bullying has taken a turn for the worst. School is no longer one of the greatest places to make friends and meet new people. Children and adults of all ages can become victims of bullying. Many people who are victims of bullying feel they have no one to talk to. Telling on a bully can

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How Bullying Continues Through Post Secondary Education

Bullying can happen at any age, at any time of life. Preparing a child for how to deal with bullying is critical as it can impact post secondary education as well as the level of education they are currently dealing with. Bullying can start at any age and unfortunately, there is no end in sight.

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Choosing to Move on from Bullying Trauma- Part II

Another thing that choice theory can teach the victim of bullying is that one should not see himself based on other people’s perspective of him. A victim of bullying is often someone who lacks confidence in himself thus one reason why he becomes a target of bullies. While, it is true that acceptance, praise and

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