Learn what you can do to recognize bullying and how to prevent it. Our tips and ideas will help you parent through this common problem and let your kid come out on top.
A new study says "socially influential" kids--those considered "cool" by their peers--have the power to stop bullying in schools.
Mean kids aren't just a middle-school problem. The trouble has trickled to the youngest grades. Learn how to spot it -- and how to protect your child.
Identify which kind of bullying your child may be experiencing.
How do you define cyberbullying? An internet safety expert reveals cyberbullying facts and ways to stop cyberbullying.
Here's what to do if your kid turns out to be the bully at school.
Learn how to help your child cope with the effects of bullying.
If your child is being bullied, here's how to help him handle the situation.
Bet you can guess who is to blame.
Nothing can prepare you for seeing your 5-year-old become a victim of kid cruelty -- not even your own childhood.
No one wants their kids to be bullied! Betsy Brown Braun, author of "Just Tell Me What to Say," shares the ways you can help your kids deal with bullies.
Parents, children, and school administrators can take steps to prevent cyberbullying before it starts or becomes worse. Here are practical steps to stop cyberbullying.
Kids can be bullies. Share these strategies to help your child deal with mean kids.
An expert answers moms' questions about school bullies.
Bullying is increasingly common among children. We look at the types of bullying behavior, and how parents and educators can combat it.
How to get to the root of your child's bullying problem.
What you should do if you think your child is being bullied.
You can't turn off all electronic devices for good, but there is plenty that parents can do to keep kids safe online.
Children who are excluded by their peers may suffer academically.
Teen cyberbullying is more common than most of us think. The good news: Parents can combat the negative consequences.
Grace Kaufma, star of the new movie SISTER, talks about playing a character with ADHD and how kids can handle bullying.