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Bullying in Kenya

Though bullying is an issue all over the world it has been said that the problem is worse in Kenya than anywhere else. The majority of students in Kenya have either experienced bullying themselves or witnessed someone else being bullied. One problem is that the line is blurred between bullying and insubordination, as many parents

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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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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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Jim Dillon on Anti Bullying Policies

Jim Dillon is an educational consultant specialising in leadership and school bullying. He has been an elementary principal in one school for 17 years and a total of 20 years as a school administrator. Prior to that, Jim Dillon also worked as a special education teacher. He talks to NoBullying.com about the need for Anti Bullying

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Video on Bullying in Schools Offers Valuable Tips to Parents

A new video on bullying in schools is helping parents and caregivers understand the reality. It is also offering some great advice to deal with it. Bullying is not a new phenomenon. Children and teens have experienced it for decades. Many parents also consider it an essential rite of passage. However, recent numbers have made

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How to Handle a Bully

If your child is the one who is being bullied, you may not know how to handle a bully, but if your child is the one being bullied, you could probably come up with more than 1,000 ways to handle them. Bullies are not nice people, but the thing is, most of them want to

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Parental Role in Teaching Children to Fight against Bullying

Bullying happens mostly among the school-going children aged between 11 and 18 years. A recent study conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics, shows that more than one child in every four were recent victims of bullying. The most vulnerable victims of bullying were sixth graders. The National Crime Prevention Council states that 74

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Bullying Psychology in Schools

Bullying is a way of deliberately humiliating or threatening others that are different to get results. Bullies often pick on victims they view as weak or vulnerable. They are used to getting what they want using unethical tactics. Bullies learn from experience they are not born that way. It happens at a young age when

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End Gay Bullying

Gay bullying is particularly difficult to address because kids are searching for their identity in adolescence. Bullying based on sexual orientation can be particularly damaging. Yet these students get bullied at a higher rate than their heterosexual peers. The types of bullying lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students suffer are varied and some types

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Major Bullying Targets in the UK

As ironic as it sounds; bullying as a notion is rather objective. But what about Bullying Targets? There is no standard victim or trigger- only the outcome can be agreed on. Generally speaking bullies do have a criterion for singling out their victim; examples are: Do they come off as a vulnerable character or someone easy

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Bullying Aftermath : The Treatment

At some point in our lives, we have to reach the understanding that things are going to happen whether we like it or not; and all we can do is go with the flow, and learn how to adapt accordingly. So how do you deal with Bullying Aftermath ? To handle the bullying aftermath, you need

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What Every Parent Should Know About Cyberbullying in New Zealand

Children and teens have been bullying each other for decades, possibly for centuries. There is always a kid who feels that he or she is superior to others and chooses to pick on the weaker or different child. In the past, bullying was restricted to the playground at school, in the classroom, or at the

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