Posts Tagged ‘cyberbullying’

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Bullying Prevention Awareness Month is a perfect time to introduce Kindr! Being kind can prevent bullying and cyberbullying…. Matt Ivester, the creator of Kindr, took some time out of his busy schedule to share some insights about his new app as well as his bestselling book, lol…OMG! 1.  What is Kindr, and what inspired its […]

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When we hear about the tragic suicide of a youth, many authorities, family members and friends will go straight to their Facebook page to see if there were any warning signs. Is your teen acting withdrawn?  Secretive? Shutting down their screen as you walk by? Losing weight? Gaining weight? Changing friends?  Recent boyfriend break-up? Starting […]

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When we were growing up there were bullies. Nobody liked to be bullied, but it was a fact of life that you had to deal with kids that weren’t very nice. Now, schools are so anti-bullying that anything that even slightly seems like bullying is taken very seriously. At least when we were growing up […]

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It’s National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. Will you stand in unity and be a voice against bullying? The music video for Stand the Anthem united youth across 17 states & 6 countries. Performed by Charleigh and Justin Gere “Stand” http://www.willustand.com Help us share the message of Stand with schools all across the nation and worldwide […]

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The suicide of 12 year-old Rebecca Ann Sedwick, like the other tragic suicides of young lives, created a ground swell of bullying and cyberbullying prevention advocates to write many articles about horrific incident. During National Bullying Prevention Month we just learned that two more young lives will be changed forever — however not how you […]

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Cyberbullying is the use of technology to harass, threaten, frighten, humiliate, trick, expose, or otherwise harm a person in a deliberate and/or repeated manner. In 1996, the Columbine massacre changed national attitudes on bullying, while the dawn of the Internet forever altered the nature of bullying itself. Like all bullying, cyberbullying cannot be prevented altogether, […]

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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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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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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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As long as there have been young people, there have been bullies. However, in the past decade the rise of the Internet and video channels such as Youtube have brought a new immediacy to the issue of bullying, which unfortunately affects so many children and young adults in this country. Images of young people being […]