by Jody Pierce, LCSW, ED School has started and many kids are excited to go back to a place that feels positive and safe. Unfortunately, some have been victims of bullying and returning to school feels anything but positive. How we approach this issue as parents, grandparents, and as a community makes a difference. According […]Read more...
Posts on ‘bullying’
Stop the Bullying: Creating a Culture of RespectWednesday, September 28th, 2022
Issues: anxiety, bullying, cyberbullying, depression, help, isolation, kindness, lonliness, respect, sadness, school, suicide
Bullying: A Deeper PerspectiveWednesday, October 18th, 2017
Issues: bullying, parenting, prevention, solutions
Article by Laura Amelia Gutierrez, MA October is Bullying Prevention Month, the month we also celebrate Halloween. This is fitting, as Halloween is a holiday that symbolizes the shadowy side of humanity. Sadly, bullying is a human behavior that has proven to have its evolutionary advantages. What advantages you ask? Research done on primates suggest […]Read more...
Bullying: It’s Not ChildsplayMonday, October 12th, 2015
Issues: bullying, cyberbullying, parenting, prevention, technology, victim
By Lauren Johnson, MSW Bullying doesn’t just happen on the playground. Thanks to technology, it may be happening right under your nose. Do you currently know a child or adolescent that is being bullied in school? Chances are you or someone close to you has experienced bullying behaviors as the National Center for Education Statistics […]Read more...