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  • Bullying was once considered a childhood rite of passage. Today, however, bullying is recognized as a serious problem. Parents and guardians in order to help our children handle bullying. We must learn to recognize it and know how to respond. We must teach them not to be bullies and not to be bullied. We can give them words for their feelings, limit and change their behavior and teach them better ways to express their feelings and wishes. Children do not learn to solve these kinds of problems and get along by themselves. I would like to share this link, about a service on how to protect your children. Check it out:
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  • 1. Bullying ByDelaney Sneddon Mario Flores Sadiya Hassan Jeff Lagasca James Dodson
  • 2. What is Bullying?Bullying is comprised of behaviors such as teasing, taunting, threatening, hitting and stealing, or intentionally leaving someone out by one or more people against a victim
  • 3. The Problem With Bullying 1 out of every 7 students are either bullied or initiate bullying While physical assault seems to decrease with age, the verbal abuse remains constant Students also don’t know what to do when they see bullying Usually the ones that are bullying have a need to feel powerful or in control
  • 4. Effects of Bullying *People Who Are Bullied*- Serious depression, along withsuicide- Changes in sleeping and eatingpatterns- Decreased academic involvement - Students may even drop out ofschool because of fear- Can cause retaliation, like theschool shootings in Littleton,Colorado (Columbine High School)
  • 5. Effects of Bullying People Who BullyKids who bully are more likely to abuse alcoholor drugs as adultsGet into fights, vandelize propertyDrop out of high schoolAbuse partners, family members or childrenHave a criminal record as an adult
  • 6. What to do if You SeeSomeone Being BulliedStand up for the victimOffer to help themTell an adultStop rumors that are going aroundDon’t join in on the bullying
  • 7. Solutions to BullyingLearn how to recognize bullying, educateyourself even moreEducate others, help others understand thatbullying is not okayStop bullying when you see itHelp the bully understand that their behavior isunacceptable and that they can endanger others
  • 8. HelplinesNational Bullying Helpline – (0845)-225-5787National Hopeline Network – 1(800)-784-2433National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1(800)-273-8255