Archive for the 'Bullying Prevention' Category

Mar 06 2015

Keeping Up With Kids & Social Media!

Remember when all you had to do was “friend” your kid on Facebook and you could keep up with their online socializing. Those days are long gone. Once the grownups starting enjoying Facebook themselves, it became “uncool” for kids, plus there are so many newer, faster, jazzier ways for them to socialize online now. Instant […]

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Apr 21 2012

I Am A Teen, by Amber Perry age 14 and Alex Grand age 14

Published by under Bullying Prevention

I am a teen They think it’s so easy We can do whatever we want No boundaries No rules No cares Easy does not begin to describe what we deal with Peer pressure School Social lives Changing my status on Facebook Life is not a dream I am a teen People say being a teenager […]

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Mar 26 2012

Parent Advice: If Your Child Is Being Bullied

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Here’s the problem with asking a school administrator to “fix” the bullying problem. They will sometimes call all the kids in together and try to “resolve the conflict.” It doesn’t work. The victim feels intimidated, outnumbered and/or embarrassed. They shut down, while the aggressor(s) spins a tale of “he started it, it’s her fault because…”, […]

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Mar 23 2012

Bully – An Honest Look At Helping Our Kids

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You may have heard about a new documentary, “Bully” by filmaker Lee Hirsch. Powerful and honest — about what far too many kids experience at school on a daily basis. Everyone should see this. Unfortunately, the MPAA has given it an R rating for some coarse language at the beginning. Having worked on hundreds of […]

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