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What to do if your child is a bully. Parenting advice and child development information.
While parents everywhere may worry about their child being victimized by bullying or teasing, others must deal with the children doing the bullying. When they find out their child has been involved in aggressive behavior with peers, many parents deny it and deal with it in unhelpful ways. We've got the expert advice from psychologist Dr. Joel Haber to help you deal with a child who has suddenly shown bullying behaviors.
Say the word 'bully' and most people think of a thug.  But what is the reality?  Parents should be aware of the common myths surrounding bullying.
The sad truth is that every school, whether public, private or parochial, has mean girls.  If you have a daughter, take the time to read this helpful article.
Believe it or not, bullying in preschool is more common than you think. Here's how concerned parents should handle preschool bullying
Here is expert advice on how to talk to your teen about bullying.
More special needs students are being included in the 'regular' classroom. Here's how parents can help to their kids to appreciate their special needs peers.
Is your child being bullied or is there another side to his story?  Practical parenting tips to help your child navigate conflict and avoid bullies.
Is you child being bullied? Here's how to find out.
Here are some tips to help bully-proof your child for back to school.
Given a more stimulating play space, would bullies spend recess exercising their imaginations and their bodies instead of their fists?
Worried about undercover girl bullying? Here are some tips for helping create bully-proof girls.
Is your child being bullied? Here's how to tell, and what to do about it.
Why do school shootings happen, and what can we do to prevent them?
Bibliotherapy is a big word to describe the process of using books to help children work through real-life problems.  Here's a guide for parents.
School should be a safe haven, free of crime and violence. But parents who think of school as a place where a child's biggest problem might be someone stealing his lunch have some catching up to do.
It's a parenting challenge--how do you help your child once you discover she's being bullied?
A child with a disability is more likely to be bullied than his typically developing peers. Here are parenting tips from a special needs teacher of 20 years.
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