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Middle School Bullying

Rebecca Klein

'Mean Boys,' Not Girls, May Be The Bigger Problem In Schools | Rebecca Klein | Posted 12.04.2014 | Parents

Movies about high school tend to promote images of “mean girls” and "queen bees" who hurt their enemies through negative rumors and exclusion. But...

Bullying: Your Kids Are Keeping Mum

David Kanegis | Posted 10.25.2014 | Parents
David Kanegis

Believe you have an excellent relationship with your youngster? Positive your elementary or middle school child is communicating when things are really bothering him or her? Convinced you can tell if they are being bullied? Think again!

Is Your Daughter a Bully?

Anastasia Basil | Posted 11.26.2013 | Impact
Anastasia Basil

If you have a daughter, don't just talk to her about being a good person, get all up in her business the way you do with grades, sports, nutrition and safety. Every morning say to her: Be someone's discovery of kindness in the world.

Cyberbullying Apps -- Why Are We Allowing Anonymous Cruelty?

Randy Taran | Posted 11.18.2013 | Impact
Randy Taran

As a culture, let's really look at why we are accepting of 'confession pages,' and the proliferation of apps such that make it easier than ever for social cruelty to spread like a cancer into the hearts and minds of young people.

Middle School

Natasha Lerner | Posted 11.10.2013 | Teen
Natasha Lerner

For the rest of the year I would look for who was sitting alone, or looked upset and go to them. I didn't have the best time, but I learned a lot. Now I'm very glad I'm done with middle school and can pass on my advice and memories to others.

I'm a Bully, and So Are You

Meredith Fineman | Posted 08.21.2012 | Education
Meredith Fineman

The kids tear into Klein with a group mentality that is not only frightening, but familiar to many. Harvey Weinstein put out Bully to examine the trend of bullying in schools, and what can be done to stop it. But can we actually stop it? Or are we just a nation of mean?

Everyone Has Bullied Someone

| Posted 12.08.2011 | Home

Trying to talk seriously about bullying is hard. The word alone sounds cheesy. This is the second in a series of posts in which we try to have that co...