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  • It's good to know that a lot of youngsters are become awaring of the effects of bullying and are now ready to stand up against bullying. Yet, not all youngsters are becoming one. I am a parent and I am worried that my son may not be as strong as enough like them to fight against these bullies and so I tried to find solutions and luckily I found one. It's a solution which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. Check it here: http://www.SafeKidZone.com/
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  • What is Bullying?It is hurting or being meanto someone- repeatedlyand on purpose. Bullyingcomes in many forms.
  • Types of Bullying Physical Attacks:  Such as hitting, pushing, or kicking. Verbal Attacks:  Such as unwanted sexual advances, gestures or remarks. Social Bullying:  Which may involve spreading rumors or leaving people out of groups or activities. *Anyone can bully- or be bullied.
  • Why Should I learn aboutBullying?Because it’s a serious problem. It canlead to a lot of lasting pain andunhappiness. View slide
  •  People who are bullied:  May feel bad about themselves, which can make it hard to concentrate and learn. People who bully:  May grow up to have trouble in school, at work, and with the law *Young people need to know that adults are ready to help. View slide
  • Some Facts about Bullying: People Who Bully:  May do it because they are  Angry  Frustrated People Who Are Bulled:  May keep to themselves, This makes them easier targets than people who are surrounded by friends.  If people who bully think someone is weaker, they may target that person. Or, they may target someone they are jealous of. Bullying Can Happen:  At a school or on the school bus  At a park or playground  At home  In “cyberspace”
  •  Bullying Isn’t Just Part of Growing Up:  There have always been people who bully. But that doesn’t make bullying OK. Bullying hurts everyone- including those who bully. And everyone can help stop the problem. Adults Can Help:  It’s good to learn how to handle arguments and avoid fights on your own. But sometimes adults give you advice on how to handle a bullying situation. Fighting is Never the Answer:  Don’t believe what you see on TV or in the movies. Fighting and violence lead to more pain and shame- and possibly serious injury. There are much better ways of dealing with bullying.
  • When Someone Bullies, Everyone Feels the Effects Fear:  Bullying makes everyone afraid- even those who aren’t targets. No one knows who will be bullied next. Shame:  The person who is bullied may feel worthless and powerless, And someone who witnesses bullying may feel ashamed for not doing something to stop it. Hopelessness:  If bullying isn’t stopped, some people may think that nothing can protect them from harm.
  • Effects Continued Violence:  Remember- violence is never a good way to deal with bullying. It can only make the problem worse. And carrying a weapon may lead to more trouble. Loss of Freedom:  Fear of bullying may cause some people to avoid certain places or activities. Avoiding people who bully affect your success or the fun you have at school. Absence from School:  Some people may become so frightened of bullying that they stop going to school altogether. In fact, fear of violence is a major reason for dropping out of school. *Don’t wait until bullying gets out of hand. Seek help right away!
  • How to Handle Bullying: Tell the Person to Stop:  Stand tall and look the person in the eye. Speak calmly and confidently. You could say:  “Leave me alone”  “Don’t say that to me”  Then walk away. Keep your Cool:  People who bully want to see you upset. Disappoint them by keeping a lid on your emotions until you’re someplace safe. This shows that the person’s words and actions don’t have power over you. Practice Makes Perfect:  It’s hard to say when you’re scared and under pressure. Practice ways to respond to bullying- before trouble occurs.
  •  Don’t Fight Back:  Fighting is not a good way to deal with bullying. Someone is likely to be hurt physically or emotionally. You could also get in serious trouble. Focus on how to avoid violence instead. Don’t Trade Insults:  You may be tempted to insult someone who had insulted you. But you shouldn’t “trash talk.” It may lead to physical violence. Talk to an Adult you Trust:  For example, tell a parent, teacher, or counselor about the bullying. He or she may be able to help stop it. Remember it’s not your fault and it’s OK to tell! *Targets of bullying never “deserve” it. What everyone deserves is respect!
  • More Tips on Handling Bullying: Use Humor:  Saying something funny can help relax a tense situation- and give you the chance to get away safely.  But try not to cause embarrassment, If you make fun of or humiliate the person bullying, especially in front of others, it may only add to his/her anger. Stick with friends whenever possible:  There’s safety in numbers. People who bully are less likely to target a group. Stay Safe:  If the person who is bullying has a weapon, or if you’re afraid for your safety, don’t argue or fight back. Get help fast! Go someplace safe and tell an adult right away. *If you’re bullied online, do not respond. Tell an adult immediately.
  • If you see or hear bullying: Don’t laugh at or join:  The teasing or gossip. This shows that you oppose bullying. Find others who don’t support bullying  And speak up together.  You could say:  “Cut it out.”  “That’s disrespectful.”  “That’s not funny.” Offer your support  To the person who was bullied. You could say a few kind words in private, or ask if he/she is OK. Small gestures can mean a lot. *Bullying doesn’t have to rule the school. You can help erase it!
  • Being the Target of Bullying Isn’t easy Get Help:  There’s nothing wrong with getting help with a serious problem. If you or someone you know is the target of bullying, tell a parent, a teacher, or other adult. Talk about your feelings:  If you feel hopeless, depressed, or lonely, don’t keep those feelings bottled up. A parent, school counselor, or other trusted adult can help. Relieve Stress:  Exercise is a good way to stay healthy and relieve stress. It can also help you feel better about yourself
  • Built Your Self-Esteem Know Your Strengths:  Everyone is good at something. Spend sometime thinking about what you can do well. Give yourself some credit. Set Goals:  Having goals and working for them can help you feel successful. Set challenging goals, for example getting better grades or making the team. Start a Hobby:  Special interests and activities give you a chance to enjoy yourself. They help you gain new skills. And they can help you meet new people who like the same things you do.
  • Where to get Help Community Youth Programs:  Any program that helps build confidence and friendships will help make you a less likely target for bullies. Look into:  Boys or girls clubs  Religious Organizations  Scouting programs Counseling:  Remember, if you’re having trouble dealing with your feelings, ask for help. Counseling may be available from a:  School counselor  School support group  Private therapist  The Internet: Visit these helpful websites:  www.StopBullyingNow.hrsa.gov  www.GetNetWise.org
  • Say Goodbye to Bullying! Understand  That bulling is a serious problem. Learn  How to respond when a person starts bullying. Offer Support  To people who are bullied. Tell  An adult if you or someone you know is being bullied.