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The Anti Bullying Tip of the Day

Tweet Interested in getting an anti bullying tip delivered to your inbox everyday. Go to The Bully Proof Classroom’s website and subscribe.   There are tips there for everyone, teachers, parents, coaches, and college students. Take the time to subscribe now.

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Cyberbullying: It Effects Our Children

Tweet From childhood up until teenage years, growing children can oftentimes experience some of the most difficult struggles they will face in their lifetimes. This isn’t because worse things tend to happen to teens, or even necessarily because teenagers are in an odd flux between parental dependence and independence. Rather, this is because the teenage […]

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Technology To Fight Cyberbullying

Tweet With more exposure to social media outlets than ever, people, particularly kids, have taken advantage of an evolved form of bullying – cyberbullying. Cyberbullying isn’t your parents’ brand of face-to-face bullying that they may have experienced in their youth. Cyberbullying is just as malicious and encompasses everything from students picking on each other via […]

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The Top 10 Anti Bullying Tips for Victims

Tweet IDENTIFY the difference between jokes and serious statements. CHOOSE friends with caution. Friends can be bullies, too. WALK AWAY because your self respect is important to your well-being. ACCEPT an apology from a bully only when you feel they deserve it. EXPRESS your feelings appropriately, don’t let it get to the point where you […]

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10 Hardcore Signs That a Child is Being Cyber bullied

Tweet Does the child spend long hours on the computer and or a mobile device? Does the child close his or her browser or mail windows immediately when an educator and/or parent enter the room? Is the child evasive when an educator and/or parent ask about his or her Internet activity Is the child’s history […]

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Dharun Ravi

Tweet If you follow the news and are involved in the anti bullying movement in New Jersey you will probably know this name well. If you don’t this name means nothing to you at all. Dharun Ravi is the young student who used a webcam to spy on his roommate Tyler Clementi having sex with […]

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Loneliness

Tweet The world is a lonely place. We have all heard this before. Eight billion people on the planet, yet many struggle with loneliness. I don’t mean being alone, we all enjoy our alone time now and again. I am talking about being in a room full of people and being lonely. It may not […]

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Bullying and Social Media

Tweet On March 20  Jim and I had a very special guest- Dr. Michael Nuccitelli, a forensic/clinical consultant who has done his homework when it comes to internet predators and cyber bullying. We discussed the social media sites available today (ie. Facebook, Twitter, etc.). Dr. Nuccitelli educated us on the following statistics: Facebook- 5 million […]

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Bully Proof Assurance

Tweet This is an absolutely great article. The mission of BULLY PROOF ASSURANCE is to extinguish bullying behavior by building a national community committed to shining a bright light on a national and global crisis.  We hope to provide students who become victims with a secure network of support which begins with the opportunity to […]

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Feelings vs. Emotions

Tweet I had the pleasure of speaking with Jim Burns on our blog talk radio show this past Tuesday about the differences between feelings and emotions. For the purpose of our discussion, we defined feelings as the overall demeanor; our disposition. Emotions were defined as the way we feel day-to-day and sometimes minute-to-minute. By understanding […]

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