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Bully

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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    Bullying

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    What’s a Hidden Bully?

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    Bullying as a Relationship between Aggressor and Victim

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    Bullying and its Underlying Mechanisms

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    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