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Teasing – How parents can help their children cope

Children who are teased on a school bus, in class, or during recess often don't want to go to school.
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By: @60secondparent
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1st and 2nd Graders — When It’s NOT Bullying

Recently, a parent stopped me to complain about a 6-year-old “bully”. The child in question — in my opinion — wasn’t a bully, but rather a fairly typical little girl, testing out her pretty advanced verbal skills in more complex ways.
babyshrink.com

By: @babyshrink
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Learning from Little Mean Girls

Making a Difference in the Lives of All Young Girls. A special guest post by Michelle Anthony, author of Little Girls Can Be Mean
www.micheleborba.com

By: @micheleborba
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Nobody Likes Me, Everybody Hates Me!

New research shows friends help decrease anxiety, ward away the blues and boost our children’s resilience. Here are research-based steps to help kids learn essential friendship-making skills to enhance their social competence, fit in, and be less-likely to be excluded and bullied.
www.micheleborba.com

By: @micheleborba
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What Bullying Looks Like Age by Age

Bullying also takes on different forms at different ages. Here is what bullying looks like during the preschoolers years, school age and preteen/teens years. Of course, nothing is set in stone so your child’s experiences may differ but here are typical expectations.


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Cyberbullying: A Pocket Guide for Parents of Bullied Kids

Prevent teens from Cyberbullying with Safetyweb. Find if your child a victim of a cyber bully, stop cyberbullying, know cyber safety tips for parents, internet bullying facts & laws. Safetyweb helps parents to monitor their child’s internet activity to ensure safety against cyber bullying.
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By: @safetyweb
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Signs of A Bully

How to spot a bully and what to do if you suspect a child is bullying….advise for parents and educators to turning bullying behaviors around
www.micheleborba.com

By: @micheleborba
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3 “Speak Up” Tips for Helping Girls Respond to Relational Aggression

Girls are hungry for help in dealing with friendship problems. They crave answers to their questions about bullying, and they LOVE to role play.
awaythrough.com

By: @AWayThrough
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Headlines: Another Teen Suicide

On September 6, 2007, the Centers for Disease and Prevention reported suicide rates in American adolescents (especially girls, 10 to 24 years old) increased 8%, the largest increase in 15 years.
www.kidsdr.com

By: @TheKidsDoctor
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Mobilizing Bystanders to Stop Bullying: 6 Teachable Skills to Stop a Bully

Six strategies for educators, parents and counselors that teach kids how to stand up to peer cruelty, speak out against bullying, and be safer…the Bully B.U.S.T.E.R. Bystander skills I shared on the Dateline special “The Perils of Parenting”
www.micheleborba.com

By: @micheleborba
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