Guest Posts

Bully-Proofing your Middle-School Son

When boys enter middle school, they face many struggles. Their bodies are changing due to puberty. They face pressure from friends and peers to look, act, and behave in certain ways. As all of this is going on, they are also trying to forge an identity for themselves. In many cases, middle school boys feel

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Ashley Judd stands up to Gender Violence and So Should You

It all started with an innocent tweet about her favorite team’s performance at a game, then all hell broke loose on Ashley Judd. This award winning actress and household name suddenly found herself bombarded with all sorts of hateful words, rape threats and online abuse. The difference is: she is not taking it lying down.

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Abused Celebrities and How They Have Overcome

Too often we think celebrities have it all, as if their lives are perfect. In reality, they face as much hardship as the rest of us. What do Abused Celebrities do to escape?   Domestic violence has been a huge topic in the news lately. Abuse is found in every class, every country, and every race.

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Clues That Bullying Is To Blame For Your Child’s Eating Disorder

Bullying is a difficult experience for any child to cope with. A child, either overweight or skinny, may begin to develop eating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia, or binge eating disorder after their body shape or size comes under attack by a bully. A child may not want to admit that there is a problem, so a parent needs to

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Karen Severson On Bullying Before It Became Famous

Karen Severson writes for NoBullying about her experience with bullying before it became more common to discuss in the media and how she changed her life around. Before bullying was talked about or expressed in the media I was convicted of 2nd Degree Murder for participating in the death of my childhood friend.  The crime

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When A Bully Becomes Bullied – The Transformation Of Identities

As soon as you are born, this life puts you in an imperceptible box. In which you spend your entire life. This box is then carefully bounded by lines and borders; and finally you are slowly stapled with labels. From the day you open your eyes till the last breath – you are distributed into

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Top Unwanted Downloads and How to Remove Them

Peter Davidson works as a senior business associate helping brands and start ups to make efficient business decisions and plan proper business strategies. He is a big gadget freak who loves to share his views on latest technologies and applications. He writes for NoBullying about the top unwanted downloads and how to remove them properly. 

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Gaetane Montreuil on Teaching Kindness

Gaetane Montreuil talks to NoBullying about teaching kindness to children and the release of her new book series.  1- What inspired you to write The “Leelo” series? The inspiration in wanting to write the Leelo series came from two experiences. The first was when I was running my kindergarten Montessori school. As a young mother,

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How to Help Your Adopted Child Who is Being Bullied

When your adopted child is being bullied it can be one of the most horrible things for a foster parent. Adopted kids and step kids don’t share the genetic pre-disposition which natural born children do. Even still standing up for your adopted child can be a totally strong bonding experience for the two of you.

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Advice for Bullying Prevention Advocacy

Barron Whited explains to us what works in Bullying Prevention Advocacy It seems like every week, there is a news story about a child being bullied on the playground, at school or even online in our country. Oftentimes, bullies like to pick on the weaknesses of others to make themselves look superior among their friends. This

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