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Is It Rude, Is It Mean, Is It Bullying?

As they say, kids will be kids. And yes, children and teens can be unkind to their peers and feelings get hurt. The problem is when these behaviors become common and target the same person repeatedly. This is when kids being kids begins to cross the line to bullying. And while bullying is a very terrible

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Dealing with Peer Pressure

School, Peer Pressure, and Cliques…How Parents can Help! As kids navigate friendships and cliques, there’s plenty parents can do to offer support. If your child seems upset, or suddenly spends time alone when usually very social, ask about it. Here are some tips: Talk about your own experiences. Share your own experiences of school —

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Back to School Bullying issues

One of the biggest concerns from parents during the back-to-school season is bullying. Some 160,000 kids skip school every day because they fear of being attacked or ridiculed by bullies. The good news is that these disturbing statistics can be limited with the proper education.   As an educator that has worked with hundreds of

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Mobile phone Bullying Bullying is not just the physical been punched and kicked at school. Your child could be receiving bullying messages via their mobile phone and may be too embarrassed to tell you. Mobile phone bullying shouldn’t be an issue as new sim cards are readily available so best advice is SIMPLY – change

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