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The bullying child possesses certain characteristics and familial risk factors. Know what to look for in a bully or a bullying victim. Teaching your child not to bully and instead, treating others with respect, helps stop bullying and the short-long term effects.

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  • 11.

    Why is Bullying Difficult to Change?

    Bullying and victimization are problematic behaviors with negative consequences for everyone: the victims, the bullies,...

    Source: Bullying Special Edition Contributor
  • 12.

    When Girls Bully

    When a parent thinks about bullying they may think of bloody noses, knuckle sandwiches and loud name-calling. But...

    Source: Education.com
  • 13.

    Bullying

    Bullying is one form of aggressive behavior that is all too common among children and adolescents. Bullying is ongoing...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
  • 14.

    Indirect Aggression Amongst Teenage Girls and How Parents Can Help

    When people think of aggression and bullying in schools, they often conjure up images of overt or direct physical...

    Source: Bullying Special Edition Contributor
  • 15.

    Bullying: Children Who Bully

    Bullying among children is aggressive behavior that is intentional and that involves an imbalance of power or strength....

    Source: Stop Bullying Now! U.S. Department of Health and Human Services HRSA
  • 16.

    Bullying and its Underlying Mechanisms

    Although there is still a scientific debate on the nature and definition of bullying, most researchers understand this...

    Source: Bullying Special Edition Contributor
  • 17.

    Bullying as a Relationship between Aggressor and Victim

    Bullying as a Relationship between Aggressor and Victim Bullying, aggression, and victimization are common problems...

    Source: Bullying Special Edition Contributor
  • 18.

    Definitions/Characteristics of Bullying

    Exploring the Nature and Prevention of Bullying Bullying incidents tend to involve three different groups of students:...

    Source: State: Kansas State Department of Education
  • 19.

    Bullying: What are the Differences between Boys and Girls?

    For over 50 years, researchers have been studying how boys and girls interact. Not surprisingly, they have found some...

    Source: Bullying Special Edition Contributor