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IWF: 10-Year-Olds in Self Produced Sexual Content, Why?

One of my favorite Foundations ever, the Internet Watch Foundation has partnered with Microsoft in conducting a new research that analyzed a little over 3000 images over three months last autumn, the findings highlight a percentage of photos and videos showing children thought to be under the age of 10 in a sexualized manner/setting or

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The Complicated Web of Teen Lives – 2015 Bullying Report

2014 has been a year of ups and downs regarding Bullying, Cyberbullying, Online Safety and the lives of teens and youth in general. We at NoBullying are adamant about our movement against bullying, harassment and discrimination and we persist in our endeavor to help create a better world for children to grow up in.

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Count Me in: Parents’ Guide to Preventing Bullying

Count Me in

Count Me in: Parents’ Guide to Preventing Bullying Children often face the harsh reality, which is bullying, as they are growing up. No matter the age, whether they are young children or teenagers, they can sometimes fall victim to other children’s harsh cruelty in school or outside of school. As a parent, you can sometimes

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Bullying Parents: Parents May Bully Children in a Number of Ways

When people hear the term “bully’, the idea of one or more adolescents picking on other children will often come to mind. Parents are far less commonly viewed as bullies, but in reality, most young bullies have learned their bullying behavior traits from one or both of their parents. When parents exhibit bullying behavior, both

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Parents Who Bully Their Children

In today’s society, bullying is quickly taking over as one of the biggest concerns when it comes to adolescent development. Peer pressure, gang initiation and overly aggressive parenting tactics are often seen as types of bullying. Children who are bullied are often known to be depressed, withdrawn and more self-conscious than other students. Learn about Parents

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Take Control: Managing Your Teen’s Social Media Use

Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr; social media sites have become a central part of popular culture, and teens are some of the biggest users of these sites. However, many families don’t have rules in place to manage the social media use by their children. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, this should change. While teens may be the largest population

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10 Ways To Stop Bullying

As many people have found a bully can come in a lot of different forms and often ends up being someone people know. The problem is they need to know about the different ways to stop bullying or prevent it from happening to them. Here are the 10 ways to stop bullying and do so

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Australia Ranks 3rd in World for Online CyberBullying Searches

According to a simple search on Google, we have realized that Australia is the third most searching country for the term Cyberbullying. In one month, Google recorded 33400 searches for the term cyberbullying, not to mention traffic stemming from searches for terms such as bullying help, cyber bullying help, what is cyberbullying and cyber bullying

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I think I have depression

If you constantly think to yourself, ” I think I have depression “, odds are you may be right. It may take awhile for a person suffering from depression to realize they have all the signs and symptoms. Once they do, however, it’s a life changing experience.The outward signs of depression are much more noticeable

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Why Do People Bully ?

The reasons why people bully are as numerous and diverse as the bullies themselves. Bullying is a universal problem that faces society in personal, social, educational and business settings. People of all ages, backgrounds and walks of life can be susceptible to this problem with devastating effects. Despite efforts by schools, companies and families to

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