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Interview: Bullying in Education

Juanita Allen Kingsley is Director of Business Development for Century Health Systems, the parent company of the Natick Visiting Nurse Association and Distinguished Care Options.   A health educator, she trains more than 2,000 people in the MetroWest region annually through her First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, CPR and AED classes in addition to the variety

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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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Interview: Identifying Bullying

Dr Neville Watson is a Clinical Psychologist who works within a Child & Adolescent Community Health Service (CAMHS).   He also runs a Child & Family Clinical Psychology service called Bright Ideas Psychology, which offers psychological assessment and therapy for children, adolescents, young adults, and their families. Is bullying as big an issue today as it

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Creating an Anti Bullying Policy with Peter C Bradbury

Peter C. Bradbury was born and raised in Shaw, near to Oldham and Manchester, United Kingdom. For most of his working life he has been a butler, working for very wealthy people in England and in the United States. Married to his wife Debbie, Peter currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has

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Few facts about Bullying in Irish Schools

Being bullied is one of the most unfortunate and harassing event in a child’s life. It can happen to anyone and have an adverse effect on everyone involved, including the bullied, the bully and those who witness bullying. It is linked to many disorders in a child’s behaviour. It can affect mental health, substance use

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How To Start Getting Over Depression

Getting over depression is more easily said than done. Millions of people suffer from depression to vary degrees every day. Some individuals deal with clinical depression, the most serious form, while millions of others deal with lesser forms of depression. Regardless of the intensity of your feelings of depression, though, the situation is still very

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Words Hurt: Young Teen Cyberbullied to Death

Early this July, Zoe Johnson committed suicide. She was 13, a 7th grader at Kenowa Hills Middle School. And she was probably cyberbullied to death.   

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