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Technology and Preteens

We know there are different hurdles for every stage of child development, but preteens have a special set of concerns as they straddle the innocence of childhood and their burgeoning maturity. During this transition period it is vital for parents to take measures to protect our children. One way we can achieve this is to

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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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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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What is Phobia? Defining the World of Phobias Today

What is Phobia? A Psychological Definition and Applications to the Real World Kids are afraid of a lot of things…school, failure, bullying, family stresses, loss of status, and more. But what is a phobia and how do you know that your child may suffer from a phobia? The clinical definition of a “phobia,” is an

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Do You Have Fear of Strangers?

Fear of strangers occurs in boys and girls when they are approached by people they do not know.This occurs even when children live with caring parents and caregivers in a safe environment. This can occur when infants are about 8 months and often ends when the child reaches two years old. Children can develop this

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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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The Constant Need for Child Protection Services

Child protection services are standardized services provided by the government and were specifically designed to protect underage children from harm. The secondary purpose is to encourage and support stability and functionality of families. Although some states use terms like “Child Protection”,” Department of Child and Family Services”, “Department of Social Services” or similar, Child Protective

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About The Benefits of Anti Bullying Week in UK

Civil society led by the Anti-bullying Alliance Organization in England, has paid special attention to bullying and has managed to come up with creative ideas on how to fight bullying and encourage bystanders to engage in preventing bullying behavior from occurring as well. Since most children respond well to festive atmospheres, the sixty organizations under

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