Series: Bullying and Cyberbullying

As little as 15 minutes of discussion per day can establish lines of communication that help kids seek advice when confronted with bullying.More
Connections are the key to stopping bullying: Teens are less likely to bully others in person or online if they have adults in their lives whom they don't want to disappoint.More
A teen who experiences headaches or stomach aches, has unexplained bruises or injuries or avoids school may be the victim of bullying and needs a parent or caretaker to intervene.More
Parents today are much more sensitive to the signs and effects of bullying on their children. However, they may not be as conscious of how their own behavior can affect bullying by children.More
A leading researcher on cyberbullying at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire said Trump's style on Twitter offers teachable moments.More