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.
What is bullying?Bullying is behavior that threatens or harms another person. Types of bullying include:Physical harm, such as hitting, shoving, or tripping.Psychological harm, such as taking money or belongings, making threats, name - calling, or leaving another child out of games or conversations (shunning). Children often are bullied about the way they talk or how they look. Making fun of a ...
Bullying-Other Places To Get Help
Online ResourcesColorado Anti - Bullying ProjectWeb Address: http://www.no - bully.com/ The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado, Boulder, created this Web site to provide information on bullying. It includes helpful tips for parents, teachers, and children. You can also find information by calling the center toll - free: 1 - 866 - NO - BULLY ...
Bullying-Characteristics of Children Who Bully
Children who bully:4Often have role models with similar behavior. Children who physically bully are frequently exposed to violence or aggression, such as on television or within their family. They have a positive view of this behavior and act aggressively toward other people, including adults.Frequently hit or push other children.Are physically strong. Are often popular with other children around
Bullying-Characteristics of Children Who Are Bullied
Children who are bullied tend to be:1, 3Sensitive.Socially withdrawn. They may think poorly of themselves or have a quiet temperament.Anxious.Passive. They often let other people be in control and do not stand up for themselves.Children who are bullied are not to blame for attacks against them. Make sure your child understands this.Girls are as likely as boys to be bullied. However, boys are more
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