Wednesday, November 13, 2013

About Teen Life: When Does Meanness Become Bullying?

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From Ellen Friedrichs, your About Teen Life Editor

7 Reasons Why Bystanders Remain Silent
For most people, witnessing bullying is a troubling experience. In fact, many kids who see a bullying incident at school report feeling scared, anxious and helpless. Moreover, some research suggests that bullying may have as much of an impact on kids who witness it as those kids who are victims of bullying... Read more

How to Bully Proof School Buses
Bullies are everywhere - on the playground, on the Internet, in the cafeteria, in the hallways, in the bathrooms and in the locker rooms. But they tend to thrive on school buses where they have a small space, a captive audience and a bus driver whose focus is on the road. Add to that the contained environment of a school bus, a ride that can last up to 30 minutes or longer and very little supervision and you can see why buses are one of the top places where bullying takes place... Read more

Ways Parents Make Bullying Worse
Bullying is stressful for everyone involved. But sometimes parents are either so overcome by the emotions surrounding bullying or they miss the bullying all together. And if they're not careful, they can actually make a bullying situation worse for their child... Read more

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