Bullying, Help Children Deal with Bullies
Bullying, what is it?
Bullying is a serious problem and one which parents need be aware. Of all the things parents have to worry about - Did you ever think your childs peers were one of them?
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration...
Bullying is aggressive behavior that is intentional and that involves an imbalance of power or strength; typically repeated over time.
According to a 2001 study, 15-25% of US students report being bullied sometimes or more often, and 15-20% report bullying others with some frequency.
Bullying can take many forms:
Bullying, "A new issue?"
This issue is certainly nothing new everyone can think back on their younger days and remember the playground or neighborhood bully of their childhood.
Such memories will certainly bring with them differing emotions depending on your viewpoint that of being the bully, just an innocent bystander, or the victim of that bullys wrath.
Just because it is not a new issue it should not be brushed aside as simply just how kids are and nothing to be worried about.
In recent years this issue has received widespread attention as people are now realizing that it is much more serious than simply a natural part of growing up.
As any victim will attest to, bullying, of any form, can have severe and lasting effects.
Bullying related topics
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