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Bullying

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  • Bullying is one of the rising issues that we are facing today not just in school but all over the country. I believe in every issue there is always be a solution. Parents are getting worried when it talks about bullying particularly about sexual orientation. I have a 12 years old son and he is gay, as a mother I can’t help but to love and accept him no matter what sexual preference he has. My main concern is I don’t want similar situation would happen to my son like committing suicide because of being bullied, that scenario is the thing that I would never allow. That is why I never stopped on looking ways for child protection, and also to keep my worries away whenever he is in school, you should start protecting your kids check out http://safekidzone.com/
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  • 1. Bullying Bullying is acting in ways that scare or harm another person. Emotional or physical Boys and girls bully
  • 2. Bullying 1/3 of middle and high school students bullied Bullied victims are often sick 160,000 kids stay home each day
  • 3. Bullying-Boys Both physical and emotional More physical Big kids usually pick on little kids
  • 4. Bullying-Girls Emotional Bullying More common in girls Most common in ages 10-16
  • 5. Bullying-The Bullies Physically fit/strong Likes powerful feeling Problems at home May have been bullied
  • 6. Bullying-Victims Victims feel depressed May lose interest in school They may lose some friends
  • 7. Bullying-Victims Victims can turn violent Suicidal thoughts Feel helpless and hopeless
  • 8. Bullying-Help Comfort Bullying victims Make them feel better Do not urge them to fight back Ask an adult to help your friend
  • 9. Bullying-What to do If you or someone you know is being bullied, go to your parents immediately Don’t fight back, it will only make it worse Try to avoid bad situations
  • 10. Bullying-Law 41 states have laws against bullying 8 states have laws and policies against bullying 1 state has only policies against bullying
  • 11. BullyingThanks forwatching mypresentation!
  • 12. The EndDonate to mycause please!!
  • 13. References http://www.stopbullying.gov/laws/index.html http://www.webmd.com/parenting/tc/bullying http://jacksonville.com/entertainment/2010-06 http://www.insidetheschool.com/articles/b ullying-by-the-numbers/

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