Bullying can happen anywhere and to anyone. Bullies show their aggression at school, at work, and online. To stop bullying, adults should set a positive example, monitor your child for signs of bullying, teach your children how to respond, and get the necessary help. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how bullying starts, how to stop it, how to help the victim, and much more.
Girls Just Wanna Be Mean
Kids call it 'outcasting.' Using gossip, innuendo, and other unsavory techniques to alienate and shun a peer. And it's a growing, potentially dangerous problem in our schools -- whether your child is on the receiving end or the one doing the bullying.
Is My Child Being Bullied?
Think your child is being bullied? Here’s how to find out if it’s happening and what you can do to make it stop.
Teachers Who Bully
The problem of teachers bullying students is more common than you think. Learn how to prevent your child from becoming a victim.
What Everyone Needs to Know About Cyberbullying
Online harassment can take a toll on your health. Find out how to end it, for good.