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Stopping the Cyberbully in the UK

For the many victims of cyberbullying in the United Kingdom it can feel like the torment and torture will never end. However, there are several things that victims and witnesses of cyberbullying can do to stop these heinous acts of humiliation that cause emotional distress. In some cases, it is as simple as telling the

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Mental Retardation and The United Kingdom

There are a huge range of intellectual disabilities that millions of people and their families have to deal with every day. Knowing a bit about these disabilities is just one way that you can truly start to understand what these families and individuals go through on a daily basis. Mental retardation, as it was once

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Cyberbullying Videos in the UK

Cyberbullying Videos in the UK and How they are helping… Cyberbullying is a serious act that is quickly spreading throughout the United Kingdom. Students and adults are finding themselves falling victim to these heinous crimes. One of the most cited reasons cyberbullying is spreading so fast is because the bully feels a sense of being

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Abused Children in the UK and What They Go Through

Child abuse in the UK covers a wide range of acts against a child. According to Childline, Parents or carers can abuse a child physically, sexually or emotionally – all forms of abuse leave their marks on children, affecting them into adulthood, unless they receive therapy to address their abuse. Abused children can recover from

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The Latest on Sexting in the United Kingdom

When it comes to new technology there are tons of things that many people have no real clue about, one of those is sexting. This is a fairly new practice that has gotten lots of people into trouble but that can also be quite fun when used properly. It is always helpful that when you

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Recognizing Psychological Abuse in the UK

Psychological abuse in adults can often be worse than suffering from physical abuse. The emotional trauma a victim suffers can be carried with them throughout their life. Understand the true definition of psychological abuse is just the beginning to getting out of an abusive relationship and/or helping a friend escape the abuse. What is psychological

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Bullying Videos of Interest to UK Audiences

Many movies have scenes of bullying included in them. How the films deal with the issue of bullying depends on how important the bullying theme is to the plot of the story. Some bullying videos about bullying explore the problem of bullying deeply and delve into the psyche of the bully, such as what makes

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Gay Bashing: How it Affects Today’s Youth in the UK

Gay bashing – that behavior, that for some, feels like the equivalent of school children bullying someone because of their body shape or hair color – where does it originate? Bashing someone because of their sexual orientation can, and has led to the tragic suicides of several gay teens and adults all across the U.K.

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Bullying of Gay Teens in the United Kingdom

Given the amount of abuse, fear and harm one could potentially be exposed to in high schools and society in general, one would be in a large group wondering why anyone would want to subject themselves to being a gay teen. However, for those who do realize they are gay early in life, it is

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Cyber Bullying : A Guide for UK Parents

Cyber bullying has become a serious problem in the UK and around the world. Many serious cyber bullying stories have come to light in the UK within the past few years, such as the story of Daniel Perry, a 17-year-old boy who committed suicide after being blackmailed and bullied online. Since online bullying comes with

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Learn about the Harassment Act of the UK

In 1997, the United Kingdom (UK) voted by an act of Parliament to place into law the Protection from Harassment Act (c40). In honor of the most polite British traditions, this harassment law prohibits stalking, harassment at work, harassment based on race, or any attack-like behavior from neighbors. The acting Lord Chancellor for England  at

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Bullying in the UK 2015: Some Facts and Figures

Cyberbullying has become one of the best-known forms of bullying. Because its victims can’t get away from this bullying, it has become known for being one of the deadliest forms used to single out a victim. Other forms of bullying exist as well – harassment, physical violence, teasing and name-calling also qualify as bullying, especially

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