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ADHD and bullying often go together, since kids with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder have trouble relating to their peers. Find out how you can help.
We've got tips on how you can bring together parents, kids and members of the community to help end bullying now.
Although many believe that bullies have low-esteem, research suggests otherwise.
In today's diverse world, bullying based on race, ethnicity and immigration is prevalent at schools. Find out how you can help fight bullying now.
'Why do kids bully?' A simple question with complex answers. This article lists many of the risk factors that help answer the question, 'Why do kids bully?'
Advice for parents and family members of children who engage in bullying behaviors as well as children who has been bullied or witnessed bullying.
Bullying has a negative impact on health and bullying has a negative impact on academics through the increased stress levels
Education.com conducted a survey of 500 parents and 500 principals to capture their thoughts on bullying in schools. Here are our findings.
If your child is involved in bullying as a victim or a bully there are actions you can take. Don't expect children to outgrow bullying, do something about it.
Parents have the power to help eliminate bullying from their children's lives forever.
Kids in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community are too often the victims of harassment. Find out how you can help stop LGBTQ bullying.
If your child's a bully, there are steps that you can take to curb his aggressive behavior. Here's ways he can handle conflict without resorting to bullying.
Here's the inside scoop on bullying from the principal's desk.
If you find out that your child is being bullied, there are a number of things that you can do to support them.
Although it may appear as though rates of bullying behavior have increased, there is no long-term study to prove this fact.
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