All Blog Posts Tagged 'bullying' (30)

When your bully lives at home

My son likes to tell me stories about his classmates' behavior at school. (He's a bit of a talker.) I know all about the children who use too many paper towels, or the ones who never sleep during quiet time, and even about the ones who have too many "hateful words." I remind my son that I am only interested in his behavior. Then I remind him that…

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Added by Lauren Markman on March 4, 2015 at 6:33am — No Comments

First Chapter Reveal: ‘Between these Walls,’ by John Herrick

Title: Between these Walls

Genre: Christian/New Adult

Author: John Herrick

Websitehttp://johnherrick.net/

Publisher: Segue Blue

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Added by Mayra Calvani on February 16, 2015 at 6:54am — No Comments

BULLYING AND THE WARNING SIGNS

Parents love their children from the time they are conceived. Anything that causes a child pain, causes them pain. Unfortunately, bullying across schools has increased and has taken a new form – cyberbullying. Here are some recent statistics on bullying from bullyingstatistics.org:

  • About 35% of children have been bullied online.
  • 58% have children and teens have reported that something mean was said to them.
  • 77% students when surveyed indicated that they were…
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Added by MEGHA MATHUR on February 13, 2015 at 10:40pm — No Comments

Hershey Learns a Lesson by D. C. Rush

In this exciting new release by D. C. Rush the bully learns a lesson.

About the book: Hershey, the notorious cat from the Robby's Quest storybook series, is still mean-spirited and a bully. Hershey is big, strong and very fast, yet uses all his skills for the wrong reasons; to prey upon the smaller and weaker animals around his yard.

Nomi, the other cat living in the same house, is older and much smaller. Nomi has many friends around the…

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Added by Susan Keefe on January 28, 2014 at 8:53am — No Comments

Children - The New Faces of Obesity

It’s no secret that obesity is a problem in the United States.  And in spite of the fact that a hunger problem exists as well, our population as a whole eats more and moves less than the citizens of other countries.  Sadly, it’s no longer just affecting adults, but children as well.  Even though medicine has made huge strides and people, on average, are living longer, it has been said that today’s generation of children and teenagers may not live as long as their parents will.  So,…

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Added by Penny Roach on March 19, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments

Learn the Importance of Monitoring Your Child’s Internet and Social Media Activities

If you children are using the Internet it is important as a parent to keep them as safe as possible. There are many dangers on the Internet that most kids don’t understand or care to understand because they are naive. They think that everyone on the Internet is who they say that they are and don’t feel as if anyone can really harm them, when in reality this is far from the truth. There are predators searching online for tweens and teens looking to mislead them down the wrong path. Also, many…

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Added by Christy Garrett on January 15, 2013 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

Bullying Problem? The Adventures of Tempest & Serena

 

As a child, I loved books in all shapes and sizes. 

I remember the summer between third and fourth grade, I would go to the library and take out piles of books…and sit reading in the back yard…all day long! …

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Added by Vivian Kirkfield on August 24, 2012 at 12:50am — No Comments

Mini Bully

I picked my daughter up from day care yesterday and was my daughter crying.  One of the girls had just pushed her at the playground before I walk in.  A few days before I was called at work and told my daughter fell off a bridge onto the concrete face first.  Today I watched the same girl push her down.  I know they are toddlers and they can be prone to hitting and pushing from their raging emotions. (rolls eyes) …

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Added by MamaTalesBlog on July 19, 2012 at 10:05pm — No Comments

Author Highlight: C. J. Carter

Junior Dragster Dreams: How Sam Found His Own Ride by C. J. Carter focuses on overcoming obstacles, uncovering family secrets and finding out who you really are.

 

Sam is not the happiest kid…

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Added by Kristi Bernard on June 2, 2012 at 10:42pm — No Comments

Steps to Deal with Bullying

 

By Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. and Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D.

 

Remember what it was like to be in school, afraid of the big bully in the neighborhood? The documentary Bully reignited the national dialogue about this challenge for kids, following several students and their families over the course of one school year.

 

Bullying is pervasive in our society today – research indicates that one in three children have been…

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Added by Sandwiched Boomers on May 18, 2012 at 2:41am — No Comments

Required Viewing for Parents: “Bully” Directed by Lee Hirsch



The film opens as a father watches home movies of a sweet baby boy who grows into a happy toddler before our eyes. He grows into a little boy and then a middle-schooler. As we watch the boy play and clown for the camera, his father describes him, but somberly and (we slowly come to realize) in past tense. We immediately recognize the…

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Added by Maggie Hames on May 1, 2012 at 10:06am — No Comments

Are Anti-Bullying Campaigns Really Working?

 

With almost weekly reports of children taking their own lives because they couldn't withstand the bullying at school or on-line I get beyond frustrated.  I hear the stories and cry and cry.  I feel for the child and for the parents having to deal with the enormous loss.  I hear of anti-bullying campaigns that include school assemblies, addressing the need for tolerance and appreciation for the differences that make us who we are. I keep hearing about various programs to stop the…

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Added by Ann Harrison on November 20, 2011 at 6:13pm — 2 Comments

Over 25,000 Read My Blog Post on Bullying

I was overwhelmed by the response I received on my last blog post on bullying. Over 500 people left comments asking me to share more of my story. After some reflection, I have decided to open up and talk a little more about how it all started for me, and how it eventually ended.





The very first time I remember being bullied was when I was just 6 years old and in first grade. We lived in Miami Beach and I spent a lot of time outdoors playing in my bathing suit or little… Continue

Added by Elayne on October 6, 2011 at 6:32pm — No Comments

are you ready to talk about it? i am. i was bullied.

Last found hanging in his backyard by his sister.  He was only 14 years old and had just started high school.  He left behind a family, friends and people that cared. He also left behind a bunch of kids that spent a great deal of time doing everything they could to make him miserable. They bullied him, taunted him, brought him to tears and eventually, drove him to…

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Added by Elayne on September 29, 2011 at 6:13pm — No Comments

BOTOX at 7 years old

What is the lesson we are teaching are young youth? Where do we draw the line? Apparently, one mother seems to think you draw the line on her own 7 year old daughters face. She has performed numerous cosmetic procedures, such as BOTOX, tattooed eyebrows, and lip injections on her 7 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER! Why? Well, the Mother did this to enhance her daughters chances when competing in BEAUTY PAGEANTS!



Beauty is only skin deep.…
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Added by Ms. Sherri on May 12, 2011 at 6:33pm — No Comments

Bullying: A Society Divided

Hi everyone!  Please visit 3girlsblogging.com.   The current weekly topic is bullying.  At 3GB, our weekly column covers three different perspectives: the stay-at-home mom, the medical professional, and the tween/teen. Our lead columnists are Dr. Sue-Ellen Franklyn, an internist, Zaharah Zaidi, a tween author, and Lisa Franklyn-Zaidi, a former financial analyst.

 

Here is the stay-at-home mom's view-- The Substantive…

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Added by Lisa Franklyn-Zaidi on April 11, 2011 at 1:40pm — No Comments

A tween's perspective on bullying:

Guest Blogger Mikayla Sez: "Bullying Really Scares Me"



Bullying Really Scares Me



by Mikayla T., age 13



Bullying has to stop. It seems to start when you are a tween and then gets really bad when you are in middle school. In middle school, bullies call people names, push them around and push kids into lockers. I think bullying happens because people don’t understand why other people are different.

When you get to middle school, you start to talk more and not… Continue

Added by Julie Dennehy on March 18, 2011 at 11:53pm — No Comments

What has this world come to?

This story truly saddens me and I hope all the children involve get the help that they need.

Pray for all involved...

Added by Tomika Bryant on February 1, 2011 at 10:16pm — No Comments

Triggers in Women that Can Lead to a Mental Breakdown

Many years ago, I watched Alfred Hitchcock's The Wrong Man based on a true story about a man, Manny Balestrero, falsely accused of armed robbery in the early part of the 1950s. While the story in itself is terrifying to think about, what struck me and stays with me to this day is Manny's wife's reaction… Continue

Added by Kathy Scott on January 27, 2011 at 8:36am — No Comments

Mean Girls: My Daughter's Best Friend is a Bully

Photo courtesy S.A.F.E. Network


My daughter has always been the quietest child in her class. She is PAINFULLY shy.…
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Added by Momniscient on January 22, 2011 at 11:59am — No Comments

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