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With the heartbreaking effects of online bullying occupying more and more of today’s media headlines, parents of teens – and teens themselves – are looking for help.  Thanks to a sponsorship by Microsoft and in support of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Digital Drama: Staying Safe While Being Social Online, is available to parents, teachers, […]

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WORDS ARE POWERFUL– they can inflict damage and they can heal. In this anthology of first-person accounts written by teenagers for both their peers and adults, words transform pain into hope and the possibility for change. Bullying Under Attack is an eye-opening anthology of all three players in the bullying cycle. These conversational essays on […]

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What side of the fence do you stand on? Recently a school district in California hired a company to monitor their student’s social media.  The firm is looking at public posts for red flags searching for possible violence, drug use, bullying, truancy and suicidal threats. This issue falls on whether this is a free speech […]

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STOMP Out Bullying™ announces its partnership with Bon-Ton Stores Inc. for the Fifth Annual BLUE SHIRT DAY™ WORLD DAY OF BULLYING PREVENTION to kickoff National Bullying Prevention Awareness month during October. The BLUE SHIRT DAY™ WORLD DAY OF BULLYING PREVENTION is an initiative of STOMP Out Bullying™ to combat bullying and cyberbullying. As students prepare […]

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Schools will be open soon and although we know bullies didn’t take the summer off, the cafeteria bullies have had a summer break. Lunchroom bullying like schoolyard bullying are hotspots in schools. We haven’t heard a lot about food allergy bullying, however it is about time we do.  I recently posted an article on Huffington […]

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Within the next few weeks schools across the country will be opening their doors. Parents are already purchasing school supplies their child will need.  Some parents with teens leaving for college are preparing for their empty nest ~ travel plans and the extra expenses of having a child in college add up. One thing that […]

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Everyone talks about bullying and cyber bullying prevention and now that summer is here and school is out, kids don’t have the support of a guidance counselor or an anti-bullying prevention team at school to report bullying to or a possible peer support group to be with. This is a perfect time to encourage your […]

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StopBullying.Gov is pleased to unveil its very first infographic, with research and statistics on what bullying is and how to prevent it. The infographic illustrates the many forms of bullying, its prevalence and its impact on youth and communities.    Copyright permission by StopBullying.gov for SueScheffBlog.com Follow StopBullying.gov on Twitter and join them on Facebook.

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Learning that your child is the victim of bullying is an experience that’s simultaneously heartbreaking and infuriating. While your first instinct is to step in to stop the torment by any means necessary, it’s not always easy to see the bigger picture and pick up on the lessons that your child could learn from this […]

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On March 9, 2013 at World Golf Village, Dr. Michele Borba, our country’s leading Parenting and Bullying Prevention Expert, was the featured speaker for the Community Empowerment Series in St. Augustine Florida. With over 300 parents, teachers, students, guidance counselors and others in the audience, Dr. Borba spoke for nearly 2 hours on the topic […]