Bullying

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.

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I Was Bullied at a School Board Meeting—My Children Taught Me How to Respond
Conflict erupted at my children's school board meeting in Minneapolis and it made headlines across the country. It taught me that our children are watching how we behave—and acting more like kids can go a long way.
Even If Kids Laugh, Things Can Still Hurt Their Feelings. Just Ask This Teen on Reddit
Usually the class clown, this teen opened up about finally asking his peers to quit laughing at his Tourette’s tics—and the unexpected backlash he received from a teacher.
Period Shaming: A Not-So New Type of Bullying Parents Need to Know About
Education and empowerment are key in reshaping conversations around periods and putting an end to the bullying menstruation brings for tweens and teens.
I Was a Childhood Bully And Here's How I'm Making Sure My Kids Aren't
I tormented a classmate from eighth grade through high school so that I could fit in with the popular kids. Years later, I'm teaching my kids how not to be the bully I was.
I Was Bullied at Work for Being a Mom
Despite women having a louder voice across political, social and business spectrums, mom bullying in the workplace remains a significant issue. And yes, it's 2019.
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The Bullying Statistics Parents Need to Know
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Are We Doing Enough to Prevent Bullying in Schools?
There’s no federal law against bullying, but most states and school districts have policies against aggressive behavior. Should we be doing more to combat bullying in schools?

Dad Turns Anger at Young Son's School Bully into Kindness When He Learns Boy Is Homeless

"I talked to him about morals and principles and having self-respect. He's not much of a talker, but I got him to open up," Aubrey Fontenot said.