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Bullying can affect children, teens, and adults of all walks of life. Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, however, can be particularly vulnerable to bullying. Bullying occurs among children in all grade levels, but the data shows the most severe bullying tends to affect those in 5th to 8th grade. Continue reading
No parent wants to learn that their child is being bullied. No longer just playground harassment, bullying has moved into the twenty-first century with scare tactics on social media websites, text messages, and emails. Continue reading
“Life is not about winning the race. Life is about finishing the race, and how many people we can all help finish this race. How we can start being kinder to each other…” Continue reading
Most people associate bullying with the more physical violence of hitting, shoving, and other more overt forms of abuse and intimidation. But some children become bullies through a subtler, more secretive pathway to bullying; an insidious form of bullying that can remain almost hidden to the outside world. Continue reading
Do you see the hitting, kicking, and punching between your children day after day and fear that it won’t ever stop? Are you tired of having to tell one of your children to leave the other alone? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, please read on. Continue reading
It can be very difficult and embarrassing to discover that your child is a bully. In many cases, the reaction of the parents can actually make the bullying problem worse. Learn what steps you should take if you want to get your child to stop bullying others.