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Girls Bullying

When Does the Bullying Start?

Rachael Clarke | Posted 06.11.2014 | Parents
Rachael Clarke

Toddlers hit and push. They test and experiment. They want things their way. They navigate their feelings, how to treat others. They're learning what's right and wrong, cause and effect, action and consequence. I wonder though, when do kids get past that threshold? When should they know better?

What Happened When I Saw My Bully 10 Years Later

Leah Bieler | Posted 03.30.2014 | Women
Leah Bieler

We were rivals in class, good students who read Vonnegut and announced, to our piano teachers' pleasure and our classmates' befuddlement, that we preferred classical music to Duran Duran. We should have been friends. For some reason, C chose to go in the other direction.

'Mean Girls' Meet Political Bullies

Robert V. Taylor | Posted 02.02.2013 | Entertainment
Robert V. Taylor

"Mean Girls" has gone viral because it identifies and names the bullying that we have allowed to upend our discourse and view of one another as Americans. A different future is possible. "Mean Girls" offers some pointers. The choice is in our hands.

Cyber-bullying: Are Boys Worse Than Girls?

Daily Mail | Posted 08.31.2011 | Education

Updated: July 2, 2011, 11:24 EST When it comes to cyber-bullying, who is really pushing around whom? Research by Sarah Pedersen of Aberdeen Univ...

Why Can't Some Women Let The 'Mean Girls' Myth Go?

Laura Stepp | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Laura Stepp

Sometimes I despair over women's opinions about women. How can females move upward if they're always tearing each other down?