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Bullying, Cyber Bullying and the Victims

For the victim of bullying or cyber bullying, the experience of being singled out and picked on can turn into an ever more emotionally devastating downward spiral, and the experience of power felt by a bully can also become a dangerous emotional high that pushes him or her to more extreme behavior.


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Cyberbullying: Facing the Bully in the Computer
Cyberbullying is a growing concern among school-age children. Learn how to recognize the warning signs in your kids, and find out what parents can do about it.


Cyberbullying: What Parents Can Do
Any child can become a cyberbully simply by sending an angry response to an e-mail or to being flamed and allowing the exchange to escalate. Learn what parents can do about it.


Bullies and Their Victims: Wanna Fight?
Bullies and their victims can be boys or girls, and bullying can take place in cyberspace as well as the schoolyard. Both the bully and his or her victim suffer, and some are driven to extreme or suicidal behavior.


Bullies and Their Victims Disarmed
If a bully continues his or her aggressive behavior past the late teens, he or she not only risks losing friends, but also risks getting a criminal record.


Discipline the Bully
When adult control fails, the resulting power vacuum is filled by gangs and bullies.

The Bully: Dads Take Care of Bullies
Bullies: Many times, what we expect as parents is not clear, particularly from our sons.




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