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My Eleven-Year Old Bullies Siblings In Family

Previously devoted to parents and other important adults and wanting to please them, now at eleven they are experiencing the beginning of the end of childhood.…

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Too Tired To Parent – Why Parenting Is So Hard Now

Who is the boss in your house? Children need parents to take charge and teach them right from wrong. Parents are tired and may turn on…

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Discipline vs Abuse- Do Bullies Learn to Bully at Home?

Discipline Comes From Disciple A disciple is a teacher, leader and advocate. Discipline is an important tool for helping children learn. It really should not come…

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Conflict, Fighting and Being Bullied – What is Normal

What is normal when children get together in homes, schools and organizations? Wherever people who have different exceptions and experiences get together, there will be some…


Starting School Without Being Afraid Of Bullies

August 7th, 2012

Many parents are nervous about sending their children to school because of bullying. Prepare them to not just be a “by-stander or witness” but to be assertive and aware of what is going on around them. Claim your free ebook on Parent’s Resources for Bullying at http:

5 Parenting Tips If Your Child Is The Bully

July 9th, 2012

Bullying, cyberbullying and online harassment have been in the news lately.  It is horrible when your child is bullied or taken advantage of in any power struggle.  But, what do parents do if they find out that their child is the bully?
Sometimes physically bullying is a matter of who is pushing who when the principal […]

Cyber bullying: is your child getting victimized?

March 7th, 2012

You can be mistaken more than often in judging the security of your child within the comfort of the home. When engaging technology in almost every aspect of life, you inevitably increase vulnerability. The internet has brought a plethora of resources with its inevitable side effects.

What is the school’s role in Cyber-bullying?

February 25th, 2012

Cyber bullying: What is the school’s role in this? Students who are afraid and nervous about being bullied can not concentrate on learning. If technology is a boon, it can be a curse as well. School districts globally are beginning to understand there consequences for allowing bullying in any form to go during school or on school grounds.

Bullying in Schools – Guide For Parents and Teachers

August 15th, 2011

Bullying can take many forms, from physical confrontations in the school halls and playground to harassment on the Internet and cell phones. Most parents are unaware that their child is being bullied until the situation is out of control.

Optimistic Future for New Thinkers

June 23rd, 2011

New thinkers, look to an optimistic viewpoint and future.

Look at the situations in your life and make decisions about changing your attitude or dealing with it, if you can’t change the situation. Start by throwing out the “should” and replace with “prefer” and “choose.”

How to Help Teens Bounce Back From Disappointment

May 9th, 2011

Some teens, and especially sensitive ones, have a great deal of trouble bouncing back from disappointment. A lack of resilience or over-reacting are subtle signs of depression that many parents write off as stress or typical teenage drama.

Two Faces of Social Media Users

May 7th, 2011

It is not uncommon for teens to have more that one FaceBook, Twitter, My Space or other social media account. Often they have one strictly for family and extended family and one that shows a completely different side of their personality.

Assertiveness-Getting What You Want Without Being A Bully

May 5th, 2011

Recently I ran into a situation where I was faced with a rude, nasty response to a birthday greeting I had sent to an acquaintance through Facebook. I hadn’t realized the link to the free ebook I normally send to my Facebook friends on their birthday had been changed. The gentleman in question reacted by sending me a snarly note back chiding me for sending him marketing material in his birthday greeting.

Texting on Cell Phones Main Line of Communication For Teens

May 3rd, 2011

Why do Children Become Cyberbullies

The reasons children cyberbully each other are many. Sometimes children are holding a grudge against their victim, or want to emotionally hurt another. Sometimes they act out of boredom as a child seeks a new form of entertainment. Sometimes kids fight back against being bullied by becoming bullies themselves.

How to Combat Cyberbullying

At this juncture law enforcement around much of the world is ill equipped to deal with cases of cyber harassment. Right now most laws only apply to cyber threats such as hacking or death threats.