Tag Archives: Bullying Teens

How Parents Can Help Avoid Bullies

Good parents are responsible and take the time to know about the welfare of their children. That person will do his or her best to make sure the child grows up to become a sensible and good person. A parent knows what a child is going through by making the most with communication, which means

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Twelve-Year-Old Girl Beaten Down for Standing Up to Bullies

A young girl was beaten severely until losing consciousness; she was first taunted for wearing the “wrong trainers” and then beaten down for standing up to bullies.  July 23rd, Ivanhoe College in Coalville, Leicestershire. Kattie Morris, a 12-year old student, was confronted by a group of school girls. It wasn’t the first time. They have verbally and

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Boy Stands Up to YouTube Bullies and Gets a White House Invitation

A young man stands up to YouTube bullies and ends up with an invitation to the white house.  Logan Fairbanks is a normal 11-year old who occasionally makes funny videos with his father for his YouTube channel. Knowing that the YouTube crown can often be a tad (or very) cruel, the father tried the monitor

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20 Years After the Fact, a Bully Seeks Forgiveness

Recently, ChadMichael Morrisette was contacted on Facebook by one of his former bullies asking for forgiveness. How many of us have spent sad long nights fantasizing about this? The day when someone who has hurt us finally realizes the weight of his actions and comes back to apologize and plead forgiveness. For Morrisette, this moment came

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Why you Need to Write an Editorial on Bullying for School

Start writing an editorial on bullying for your school today! There are many different ways to help stop bullying from occurring at your school, in the workplace and in your community. Everything from stopping bullies from picking on someone to ignoring the bully when he or she starts picking on you. Other ways to help stop

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Cyberbully 2015: Movie Review

Unfortunately, we are all familiar with the typical dynamics of a bully-bullyee relationship. Those of us who don’t have stories to tell of their own can at least recite stories they have witnessed. We’ve all grown up watching it happen at school, in summer camps, in the movies, on a comical show on the small

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Bullying in Thailand

If you’re wondering if bullying is strongly present in Thailand, the answer would be yes. Aggressive acts of violence are prevalent and widespread in almost every Thai school. And although some of the schools started to take actions and implement programs that prevent such bullying acts, people still do not consider bullying as a serious

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Bullying in Vietnam

Some of the Asian countries regard bullying as a serious type of violence; luckily, Vietnam is one of them. In Vietnam, bullying is widespread in schools because that’s where a child starts his life, and it can go on to different phases and stages of a person’s lifetime. Although Vietnam exerted a lot of efforts

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The Complicated Web of Teen Lives – 2015 Bullying Report

2014 has been a year of ups and downs regarding Bullying, Cyberbullying, Online Safety and the lives of teens and youth in general. We at NoBullying are adamant about our movement against bullying, harassment and discrimination and we persist in our endeavor to help create a better world for children to grow up in.

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Slang Words in The United Kingdom

People love to use slang words. It gives them a feel of ease, wit, popularity and, in a way, shows that they are up with the times. Despite the opinion that slang is only for the teen world this unique twist of popular language began years ago and is used all around the world. Most

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The Why and How of Juvenile Delinquency

Juvenile delinquency, commonly referred to as “teenage crime,” is taking a large toll on American society today. Both those who commit the crime and crime victims suffer as a result of this problem. Juvenile crimes can range from mild offenses to very serious violations of state or federal law that can adversely affect a young

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What Does it Mean to be Emo?

Youth subculture has drastically changed from the days of rockers, punks and mods. Self-expression amongst young people has given rise to all sorts of new social groupings and subcultures. One such group is something known as Emo. Emos have a distinctive style of clothing and music taste. Read on to find out more about what

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