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Dealing with Modern Day Bullies

Children and teens have always dealt with bullying – but this problem has become rampant with the dawn of smart phones and social media. Parents everywhere are asking how they can protect their kids and teach them how to respond when they do become targets. If you’re seeking answers to this perplexing issue, look no further! We’ve pulled together a number of resources that we think you’ll find helpful.

Unsafe Cyberspace?

Perhaps partly as a result of their online lifestyles, youth are increasingly being subjected to cyberbullying. But since cyberbullying usually occurs off campuses, many schools don’t discipline students for it unless it causes on-campus trouble. And some even claim preventing cyberbullying is a violation of free speech. So what should be done?

Mean Kids

Equip your kids to take a stand against bullying.

Correcting Your Child's Bullying Behavior

How can we prevent our seven-year-old son from becoming a bully? I've noticed that he can be very pushy and often tries to dominate other kids. He always wants to be the "winner" — it's as if he has a need to prove himself. When provoked, he retaliates fiercely and has hurt other kids in the past. He's small for his age and is generally very popular at school, but I wonder how long that will last.

The Protectors - Freedom From Bullying

The Protectors provides innovative and comprehensive solutions through dynamic partnerships to help entire communities combat the only form of abuse that authority tells the most vulnerable among us to “just ignore.”

Standing Up Against Bullying - Helping Our Kids See How They Can Make a Difference

This guide will equip you to help your family deal with bullying – whether your child is being bullied, witnessing it happen to a friend, or even taking part in the bullying.

Helping Your Child Deal With Bullies

Best-selling author Nancy Rue, who has written extensively about the subject of bullying, offers hope and practical suggestions to parents who are seeking to prevent their child from being bullied.

Raising Respectful Children in a Disrespectful World

This inspirational parenting guide offers proactive and positive steps to raising respectful, engaged, and grateful children.
In an effort to raise children with a healthy view of themselves, parents often focus on self-esteem rather than self-respect.

A Faith-Based Solution to Bullying

Whether done in a school yard or online, it hurts to be bullied. But there’s one man who is doing something about it. Paul Coughlin, Founder of The Protectors, a faith-based solution to bullying, talks with Dennis Rainey about his program and how it trains kids to respond when they see another person being attacked. Coughlin explains that we’re not required to overlook bad behavior or take revenge, but that there are things we can do to stop the persecution.

Walking with our children through suffering

Trials and suffering in our lives can be anywhere from stretching to downright devastating. However, I think most people would agree that as painful as it is to endure suffering in our own lives, it can be even more painful to watch our children suffer. Whether it’s a tragic accident like what happened recently, a bully at school, a friend who hurts their feelings, the loss of a loved one, a broken heart or life-altering illness, all of our children will be faced with the realities of a broken world.

Understanding Bullying

This eBook will give you access to tools to help you understand the types of bullying and proven tips on how to deal with bullies. Taking a stand and alerting those in authority are essential to stop the damaging cycle of bullying.

StopBullying.gov

Bullying can happen anywhere and to anyone. Help stop bullying at school, online, and in the community.

The Power of Kindness

Kindness is one of the few things that will gentle the response of others. Teach kids how to show kindness to others.

Resources for Parents: Responding to Bullies

When a child is being picked on at school, sometimes the parents are the last people to hear about it. The pain and humiliation of the experience are so personal that many kids choose to suffer in silence rather than tell a grown-up. We hope parents can use these stories as conversation starters with their kids.

StopBullying.gov

Bullying can happen anywhere and to anyone. Help stop bullying at school, online, and in the community. For more information, visit StopBullying.gov.

No more Bullies: For Those Who Wound or Are Wounded

In this powerful book, Frank Peretti shares his deeply personal story of growing up different, and the persecution he suffered because of it. Whether your child has been bullied, or is a bully, help them find forgiveness and healing through his words.

Troubled With - Helping Kids Cope with Bullying

We hear a lot about bullying, lately. It’s a common occurrence, but it’s nothing new. Most of us have been bullied at one time or another. But it’s different now. Some bullying takes place the old-fashioned way—face to face. But much of today’s harassment happens online where bullies can get away with much more hurtful behavior than they could in person.

PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center

PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center actively leads social change, so that bullying is no longer considered an accepted childhood rite of passage. PACER provides innovative resources for students, parents, educators, and others, and recognizes bullying as a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and the safety and well-being of students.

Bullying: A Christian Perspective and Response

Wondering what we as Christians can do about bullying? A Christian perspective and response to bullying attitudes and behaviors can bring healing to hurting relationships. Check out these great suggestions for the prevention and remediation of the problem of bullying.

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