Information on Bullying for Parents and Children

Bullying may seem almost harmless and many people see it as just one of those things that we deal with as kids and not a big deal, but it’s not quite that simple anymore. It has become known that bullying can not only interfere with a child’s education but it can also lead to problems with depression and anxiety, isolation and even violent behavior. In this day and age where school violence is in the news more than ever, we can’t take bullying so lightly anymore and we certainly shouldn’t turn a blind eye to it.

In an effort to keep our children safe and give them the best education possible it’s important to be aware of bullying and the harm that it can do. Bullying often leads to violence if allowed to escalate which is why it’s important to take it seriously and do your part to know the risks. This category helps you do just that by providing both parents and students with information about bullying. Here you can find information on everything from dealing with a bully to the warning signs that your child is a bully. We offer information geared to help parents and children deal with bullying in a way that is effective and give you the tools you need to keep your kids safe in school. Some of the topics covered in this category include:

  • What is Bullying?
  • How to Talk to Your Child about Bullying
  • How Serious Is Bullying
  • What to Do If Your Child Is A Bully
  • What Makes a Bully?
  • Statistics on Bullying

And many more…

This entire set is dedicated to school violence which may sound far more serious than bullying, but the two really do tend to go hand-in-hand. This site will make you understand exactly how and why as well as teaching you more about safety in schools. Bullying can range from picking on someone verbally to threatening injury and harm. In some cases things do get violent which is why it’s important to educate yourself as well as your children on bullying. The articles in this category will not only help you do that but they will also provide you with advice on how to help build your child’s self esteem and character so that they can avoid being the victims of bullying or from bullying others.

We hope that you will find this site helpful and use the information provided to do your part in making our schools safer. By talking to your kids and being more involved you can make a bigger difference than you realize. They say that knowledge is power, so use the advice on this site to help you and your children become more powerful over bullying and school violence.