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School and Cyber Bullying - Info & Tips on bullying types, tactics, targets etc.
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Bullying In Schools

According to many teachers, a parent's intervention and help is the real key to solving bullying issues, and this guide will show you how.
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Dealing with Cyberbullying: 5 Essential Parenting Tips

Dealing with Cyberbullying: 5 Essential Parenting Tips | Bullying | Scoop.it
Cyberbullying is back in the news, most recently because of a so-called "smut list" published online that targeted 100 teenage girls, some as young as 14, for being promiscuous. (RT @ marykayhoal @SueScheff: Dealing with #Cyberbullying: 5 Essential #Parenting Tips http://ti.me/eKDEZH via @TIMEHealthland)
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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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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: 9 warning signs parents shouldn't ignore Pictures - CBS News

Bullying: 9 warning signs parents shouldn't ignore Pictures - CBS News | Bullying | Scoop.it
View Bullying: 9 warning signs parents shouldn't ignore photos in CBS News' Bullying: 9 warning signs parents shouldn't ignore photo gallery (RT @suescheff: #Bullying: 9 warning signs parents shouldn't ignore http://t.co/PgygQwJ via @cbsnews #parenting #education)
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Should Parents of Bullies be Held Accountable?

Please feel welcome to leave a comment below and continue the conversation, or subscribe to Stop-Bullies.com's feed and get our ...
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Tangled Ball: The Pain of Bullying for Parents

Tangled Ball: The Pain of Bullying for Parents | Bullying | Scoop.it
If you're reading this and you're a parent who's child is being bullied, I have one thing to say to you. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry that you're feeling the pain of feeling your child's pain. It's true heartache.
As a mom in these situations, we can feel rage. It's so difficult to see our children hurt, especially when we can't fix it right away. The frustration is horrible. In so many cases, the parents of the children responsible actually, in some way, contribute to it. They're happy that their child is popular. And these are parents that you thought you knew. It's so tricky because handling it correctly is a slippery slope. Ugh!
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How to Stand Up to a Bully's Mom

Her child is making yours miserable, and you want it to stop — now. Here, the smart way to get her to talk some sense into her kid.
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Parents learn to identify ways of cyber-bullying | The Desert Sun | MyDesert.com

Parents learn to identify ways of cyber-bullying | The Desert Sun | MyDesert.com | Bullying | Scoop.it
Bullies are not uncommon to schools, but the ways kids are being bullied are new. (Parents learn to identify ways of cyber-bullying: Eva Vega-Olds from the Anti-Defamation League presents a cyber... http://bit.ly/hUR89f)
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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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Ghana News :: You just found out your kid is being a bully. Now what? ::: Breaking News | News in Ghana | ladiescorner

Ghana News :: You just found out your kid is being a bully. Now what? ::: Breaking News | News in Ghana | ladiescorner | Bullying | Scoop.it
Kids fight. It's part of childhood. But you never thought you'd be the parent called into school because your child was the instigator in a conflict. And here you are, fresh out of the principal's office, stunned. Don't worry, say the experts. Putting an end to your kid's bullying behavior is totally possible - as long as you, the parent, are brave enough to face the facts and tackle the issue head on.
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‘It broke my heart to think my son was a bully’ | parentlineplus | parents - BullyingUK Registered Charity 1120107

‘It broke my heart to think my son was a bully’ | parentlineplus | parents - BullyingUK Registered Charity 1120107 | Bullying | Scoop.it
While the image of the school bully is often of a thug who rounds on innocent victims as Jamie did with seemingly no provocation, the truth is often more complex. And as in Jamie’s case, the reasons behind what turns a child into a bully are often complicated and difficult to identify.

Read more: ‘It broke my heart to think my son was a bully’ | parentlineplus | parents - BullyingUK Registered Charity 1120107
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Parents Struggle With Cyberbullying

Parents Struggle With Cyberbullying | Bullying | Scoop.it
Parents trying to protect their children from Internet bullying are scrambling to catch up with the technology.
It is difficult enough to support one’s child through a siege of schoolyard bullying. But the lawlessness of the Internet, its potential for casual, breathtaking cruelty, and its capacity to cloak a bully’s identity all present slippery new challenges to this transitional generation of analog parents.
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There are resources out there for parents to help stop bullying

But, while parents can’t necessarily go to school with their children, they can use the same technology as them.
“If your child is on Facebook, you need to be on Facebook,” Patchin said.
To help prevent bullying, Facebook will launch a new “social reporting” system in the next few weeks that will let people report content that violates Facebook policies and notify parents and teachers about it, so they can address why it was posted.
However, that does not mean that cyberbullying is easier to detect.
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Dad turns in own kids for bullying

Dad turns in own kids for bullying | Bullying | Scoop.it
AN IRATE Ipswich father marched his two children to a police station to have them charged with assault after catching them attacking another teen. (RT @EllaGruber: What to do if you spawn children who are bullies: http://www.qt.com.au/story/2011/03/18/ipswich-dad-turns-in-kids-bullying-crime/)
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My Wingman Diana » Blog Archive » High School Haze

Being a parent, especially a single parent, is a tremendous responsibility. With the rise of bullying within the school system, it is even more difficult for parents to guide their children. Sometimes it helps to think back to what you experienced in order to empathize with your child.
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School bullies frighten parents | News.com.au

School bullies frighten parents | News.com.au | Bullying | Scoop.it
BULLYING is the biggest worry parents have when they send their children back to school.Three quarters of parents fear their child will be bullied - at school and online - a survey has found.
In a sign of their concern, 89 per cent plan to monitor their children's online activities closely.

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/national/school-bullies-frighten-parents/story-e6frfkvr-1225987527758#ixzz1GlNFjxbp
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Could Your Child Be a Bully? | Parenting | GalTime

Could Your Child Be a Bully? | Parenting | GalTime | Bullying | Scoop.it
My advice: Believe the teacher! One of the biggest mistakes parents make is assuming that bullying will just fade away. Do not make the mistake of thinking this is just “a passing phase.” Bullying is cruelty and if allowed to continued it can become not only a habit, but an accepted view that, “It’s okay to be cruel.”(Could Your Child Be a Bully? http://t.co/ap2Tolc #parenting #kids #family #socialmedia #bully
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Parenting Solution: Gifted | Education.com

Parenting Solution: Gifted | Education.com | Bullying | Scoop.it
Get information, advice, tips, and strategies to help your child recognize and accept his gifts. Be able to prove your child with support.
(Helping #GIFTED KIDS reach their intellectual potential & still have fun http://bit.ly/fvU7HA #parenting #gchat)
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“Our daughter wanted to die.” | parentlineplus | parents - BullyingUK Registered Charity 1120107

“Our daughter wanted to die.” | parentlineplus | parents - BullyingUK Registered Charity 1120107 | Bullying | Scoop.it
“Our daughter wanted to die. ” Written by ParentLinePlus Tweet A mother shares her daughter's distressing experience of cyberbullying. . . Sara... (“Our daughter wanted to die.” http://buk.cc/9YXSnS)
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Bullying in High School: Tips for Parents

Robert Crosnoe, sociology professor and author of FITTING IN, STANDING OUT, offers tips for parents to help their kids through high school bullying. What Par...
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Reasons behind bullying | parentlineplus | parents - BullyingUK Registered Charity 1120107

Reasons behind bullying | parentlineplus | parents - BullyingUK Registered Charity 1120107 | Bullying | Scoop.it
Reasons behind bullying Written by ParentLinePlus Tweet Exploring common reasons behind bullying.
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’Beastly’ Shows Bullies Can Be Formed By Parental Attitudes And Lack Of Empathy

The movie "Beastly", released March 4, shows how a teen being raised by a mostly absent, superficial parent can cause him to resort to being a bully.
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Parents ignore the fact that their children may be cyber bullies | Adelaide Now

Parents ignore the fact that their children may be cyber bullies | Adelaide Now | Bullying | Scoop.it
A survey of 1500 parents, conducted by Vodafone as part of its national anti-bullying campaign, found not one mum or dad believed their child had ever harassed someone else.

Focusing on cyber bullying, the survey also found the parental supervision of children's internet activity steadily declined as the latter reached their teens - the time during which online intimidation reaches its peak. http://bit.ly/fFZaTJ)
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