Bullying In Spain

Spain is no stranger to the dangers of bullying. This is a subject that has been studied for years. In one study, conducted over the course of the 2007 to 2008 school year looked at secondary students and the classmates who bullied them. The study included 1500 students and found that the more prevalent bullying was the more severe. Most […]

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Anti Bullying Day – Spreading from Canada to the World

Not everyone has heard of the event, but Anti Bullying Day is starting to spread in popularity, much of the distribution being due to social media and the ability to explain the event via the Internet. Anti Bullying Day first began as a singular high school event in Nova Scotia, Canada, with a group of students participating by choosing to wear […]

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Is Bullying Fun? How to Tell if it is

Having fun often means everyone is having a good time, but it can be difficult to judge if something really is fun or not. This can be a major problem when it comes to the Internet, because you may think something is fun, but it could quickly end up being nothing more than cyber bullying of other people. This is […]

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Anti Bullying Information

As a parent or teacher, you want to provide protection and a positive atmosphere for your child or student. But what is the best way to accomplish this? How do you build confidence in your child, a willingness to confide when the child feels intimidated, and provide a safe atmosphere in which the child can grow and thrive? And where […]

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Zero Tolerance: Protect Your Child, Get Involved

Twenty percent of school age children are directly affected by bullying. The number gets larger when you consider the negative affect it has on students who witness bullying, yet they do not say anything. Bullying has significant ramifications on a child’s developments. Children that suffer at the hands of bullies easily become depressed, have suicidal thoughts and suffer from poor […]

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