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Beat That Bully by healthyhappywhole Health Maven Posted Fri 21 Oct 2011 5:15am “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Um, B.S.! I wish I could erase that phrase from history because I think it is completely false. I think the intent is great; that you should feel good enough about yourself that you do not let what others say impact the opinion you have, but in all honesty, how ma ... Read on »
Educate Kids About Bullying with the Captain McFinn and Friends Series! by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 28 Oct 2012 2:13pm October is Anti-Bullying Month, and if your children are in school, I hope they’ve been talking a lot about the subject. But addressing the subject at school is not enough. We should be speaking to our kids at home about the dangers of bullying, too. One way to do that is with the Captain McFinn and Friends book series, created by Phyllis Caf ... Read on »
Save the Date: March 3 - Stomp Out Bullying Forum for Parents and Kids by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 16 Jan 2011 8:13am 1 Comment Voices of the Community:  Parents, Students and Noted experts come together for a night of prevention on Thursday, March 3, 2011   Westchester to partner with STOMP Out Bullying™ and Love Our Children USA™ at a community forum to be held at Temple Israel New Rochelle Event Open to the Public - Adults and Children ages 8+ We ... Read on »
Is Your Child Being Bullied? by Tony F. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Fri 24 Sep 2010 5:00pm Hardly a day goes by without a news story about the consequences of bullying in our country, especially among school children. In a national study of bullying, the researchers found that nearly 30% of sixth through tenth grade students reported moderate to frequent involvement in bullying, either as a bully themselves, the victim of bullying, ... Read on »
#parents #kids #tcot What To Do If Your Child Is Bullied-Our Children’s Right to Self-Defense by Patty .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Mar 2011 3:01pm Police officer and parent George Mathias offers sound advice on how to prevent bullying. He also provides steps parents should take in defending their child's right to self-defense. As adults we have a right to self-defense even if that defense includes use of physical force or lethal force with a weapon. Why not our ch ... Read on »
Let’s Address the Real Problem: 5 Tips to Overcoming Bullying by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 20 Nov 2010 5:40am Guest Post by Mucheru Njaga Author of Patch I was a bully. I didn’t plan on being one. In fact, before then, I was the victim of bullying. As a freshman in an all-boys boarding school, I, along with all of the junior students, served every command of the “prefects,” the senior leader students. They ruled our school with a heavy hand and h ... Read on »
How to Protect Your Kids from Cyber Bullying by Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 9:59am Cyber bullying can happen any time of the day. Teenagers use cell phones and computers to harass others by sending malicious text messages, uploading embarrassing photos or videos on websites, or taking over someone’s social media profile or creating a new one. Although it takes place in cyberspace, there are several things you can do a ... Read on »
Thoughts On Bullying... by Donna Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 08 Oct 2010 8:54am Today I saw a former Classmates status set to: "To anyone i ever saw get bullied as a kid, and didn't stand up for, i am sorry. i'd fight 4 you now."  It really got me thinking... I've read a lot in the media lately about bullying.  In light of recent events it's been in the news, Tweeted, in the status on people's Facebook pages, and subject ... Read on »
Understanding Bullies: How to Stop Teen Bullying [Teen Article] by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 11:00pm 4 Comments Melissa is a 15-year old from Rochester, NY. She enjoys volunteering and singing. Her favorite subject is English language arts because she wants to be a journalist. Melissa is one of our teen writers and also has her own fabulous advice site for teen girls at:, see more advice for girls at her site! Bullying ... Read on »
Is Your Child Being Bullied? by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 May 2010 12:00am by Sharon B. Richter, D.O. Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, The Herman & Walter Samuelson Children's Hospital at Sinai Bullying has received a lot of attention lately, with many school districts revising their anti-bullying policies in the wake of cases like Massachusetts teenager Phoebe Prince . Bullying is aggressive behavior ... Read on »