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You may have heard the statistic that up to 10% of teens who are cyberbullied contemplate suicide. After looking into the statistic, however, it seems that not everyone agrees with that, among many other data points on the issue, so here’s a look at the contrast data on cyberbullying. Source: CollegeStats.org

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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 […]

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It’s common sense that parents should have more wisdom than their children, but many teens won’t admit it; kids’ access to the digital world has granted them an information pipeline, although that doesn’t always translate into knowledge. Different decades are not the only object of separation between the eras in which kids and their parents’ […]

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Privacy — a word years ago that people valued. Today people still value their privacy only it is harder to come by. January 28, 2013 is Data Privacy Day. Data Privacy Day is an effort to empower people to protect their privacy and control their digital footprint and escalate the protection of privacy and data […]

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Though still a frequent character in comedic productions, no one likes a bully–and no one should have to put up with bullying. Gone is the fantasy where Butch and Woim threaten Spanky and Alfalfa, and the latter duo simply hatch a scheme that ends with their tormenters covered in rotten produce, grimacing and shaking their […]

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Special guest post by Roxanne Porter: I know that a lot of people love Facebook. They love that it can help them to stay connected to their friends. They love that it makes it easy to share their thoughts, feelings, and pictures. But Facebook has a dark side. It can be very damaging to people. […]

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Did you know bullying could start as early as 2 years old? While we all have experienced bullying in some form or another, the advent of Facebook and Twitter have provided more avenues for harassment. This insightful graphic explores why some kids are compelled to bully and the detrimental effects it has on everybody. Created […]