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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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How to Start Talking to Class About Cyber Bullying

Combating Cyber bullying is not a job for just one person. The sheer span of the ways bullies can attack victims online requires vigilance and attention from all adults in a child’s life. Talking about bullying in the classroom can be difficult, as you presumably have a mix of the victims and victimizers in each

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Two Main Ways to Prevent a Bully Attack

Most people have dealt being teased or ridiculed at least once or twice in their lifetime. Bullying can be found at school, the playground, and even the workplace. Fear and intimidation are usually the weapons of choice, and they are used to humiliate and control people. Dealing with someone who causes another child to fear

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Russel Hyken Offers Advice on Bullying

Dr. Hyken Hyken earned a Ph. D in Psychology from Capella University, an Educational Specialist degree from Webster University, a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Saint Louis University, teaching certification from Washington University and a B.A. in Communications and a B.S. in Marketing from Saint Louis University. He is passionate about helping families during

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Donald Mulkerne on How to stop cyber bullying

Dr. Donald Jay Mulkerne is trained in Rational-Emotive Therapy, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy,and Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy. He utilizes these approaches in treating mood disorders, behavioral issues, chronic pain and disease, child and adolescent issues, parenting skills training, and special interest problems such as anxiety, panic disorder, depression, and PTSD. He talks to Ciaran Connolly, Co-Founder of NoBullying.com on how

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Helping the Victim of Bullying and Their Family- Part II

Helping the victim of bullying with the aid of the victim’s family To see how the family members deal with and feel about one another, the person who’s tasked for helping the victim of bullying may want to use mapping tools like life space diagrams. Life space diagrams are representations of the emotional connectivity of

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Helping the Bullying Victim and the Victim’s Family

Family System’s Approach with helping the bullying victim No one can live on his own. No one can go through his life without needing the support of others and without feeling the need to support others at the same time. Most of us would have families we can ask help from when we are in distress.

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Learning How To Prevent Bullying

How to prevent bullying is a question that seriously needs some answers. A number of high profile cases has placed teenage bullying front and centre on the platform of parental and social concern. With bullying becoming such a prevalent issue, many are wondering what can be done to teach parents and children how to prevent

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What to Do if your Child is a Bully? A Parent’s Resource

What to Do if your Child is a Bully A lot of the times, a parent might not be willing to face the fact that their loved one is capable of abuse, and it’s always a painful process to start questioning your own parenthood and wonder where you went wrong. But at the risk of

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Parents and Bullying: take charge!

So what about Parents and Bullying, It’s not easy dealing with situations that happen to your children. It becomes more difficult when you have to handle situations that contain extreme bullying. One of the most hurtful things a child can experience is bullying words. It makes you feel more than a victim; it makes you

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