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Questions About Bullying and How to Prevent? The Detroit Free Press Taking Questions This Week!

How to Prevent Bullying Questions Answered

Do you have questions about bullying? Are you worried your child is being bullied, or that your child may be a bully? Bullying doesn’t end in school. Do you have to deal with a bully at work?

The Detroit Free Press is taking your questions about bullying this week. Read more…

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What’s Bullying and Who Resolves It?

Have We Gone Too Far with New Anti-Bullying Law?

There is a new sheriff in town in Massachusetts — ok, it’s a law not a sheriff — and it’s well intended but ineffective.  Worse, its vagaries are having unintentional consequences.  Like lawsuits from parents against schools when their kid is accused of being a bully.  I understand that no one wants bullying and its new evil cousin, cyber bullying, to run rampant in their community but this law seems like a knee jerk reaction to seem like it’s solving a problem when the “solution” is actually part of the problem.   Read more…

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Teaching Empathy to Prevent Bullying

Best Anti-Bullying Program for Schools

The best way to create a caring climate is to engage children collectively in an activity that benefits another human being.

Ervin Staub, professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Massachusetts Read more…

Anti-Cyberbullying Tactics Need to Be Taught at Schools

How to Prevent Bullying in Schools

I had no idea that October is National Bullying Prevention Month but I am horrified to learn of this whole new world of cyber bullying.  It’s another serious worry for parents and school administrators alike.  This article mentions resources at your state’s attorney general’s office which provides anti-cyberbullying training at the schools.  Something to look into for all of us! Read more…