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Ask Dr. Robyn: How Do I Help My Children Maintain a Confident Attitude?

Ask Dr. Robyn: How Do I Help My Children Maintain a Confident Attitude? | Bullying | Scoop.it
Dear Dr. Robyn, Having both a son and a daughter entering their preteen and teen years, respectfully, I can already see my kids wavering a little on their confidence. This concerns me. What can do to help them keep a confident attitude? — (RT @GirlEmpowerment: Promoting confidence by @DrRobyn http://tinyurl.com/46y7tq3)
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Helping Children Cope with Bullies. Good Morning Arizona, TV Interview.

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Or so she says...: The Bully At School ~ What To Do When Your Child Is Being Bullied or Even If They're Not. A Post For All Parents!

Or so she says...: The Bully At School ~ What To Do When Your Child Is Being Bullied or Even If They're Not. A Post For All Parents! | Bullying | Scoop.it
Bullying or exclusion of children affects everyone, whether it happens to your child or not. How? Well, these kids are the future. A horrible childhood can affect a child negatively for the rest of their life! Think of the potential that could be wasted. Also, these children go to school with
YOUR children and sometimes bad things can happen when they reach their boiling point...and that's scary.
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Taking Care Of Your Child: Keep Them Away From Being A Bully

Taking Care Of Your Child: Keep Them Away From Being A Bully | Bullying | Scoop.it
Bullies are commonly thought of as children who have low self-esteem and are unpopular. While many times this is true, bullies can also be popular and confident and act out to impress friends or assert their dominance over their victims. Bullies will often have many friends who contribute to and support bullying behavior. There are many reasons why children become bullies and there are risk factors for bullying behavior that increase the chances a child will become a bully. Not all bullies seemingly have these tendencies, but many do. http://bit.ly/eITXiy)
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When Your Child is Bullied and Bullying Intensifies | Dr. Michele Borba's Reality Check

When Your Child is Bullied and Bullying Intensifies | Dr. Michele Borba's Reality Check | Bullying | Scoop.it
Parenting advice if your child is a repeated victim of bullying and the bullying intensifies with Cold-Blooded Cruelty with Horrific Outcomes.
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The Truth About Bullying

The Truth About Bullying | Bullying | Scoop.it
Experts urge parents to empower children to deal with bullies.“Do not tell your child to ignore a bully,” Martin said. “Be supportive and ask your child what he thinks will help. We need to teach our children what to say and how to react and make sure they understand that reporting a bully is not tattling."
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Bullying Information Directory

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What can I do when my child is being bullied?

What can I do when my child is being bullied? | Bullying | Scoop.it
First, let your child know that you believe that something is wrong. Don't try to "bully" the information out of your child. Be patient. Promise that you will not make the situation worse. Do not promise to keep it a secret, or that you will not report the problem.
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Violence in schools: how parents feel | Family Lives – The parenting advice and support charity – reg 1077722

Violence in schools: how parents feel | Family Lives – The parenting advice and support charity – reg 1077722 | Bullying | Scoop.it
A study for the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) claimed that 39% of staff have faced aggression from a student’s parent, guardian or family member.

This behaviour from parents sends out a negative message to their children, who will believe that it is acceptable to conduct yourself in this way. http://fmly.me/gh8PZJ via @FamilyLives
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