RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Bullying

A collection of news and information related to Bullying published by this site and its partners.

Top Bullying Articles

Displaying items 100-110
  • Harassed Bus Monitor Starts Anti-bullying Foundation

    Harassed Bus Monitor Starts Anti-bullying Foundation
    GREECE, NY -- The upstate New York school bus monitor who received hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations after a video of her being harassed by students went viral has decided to use some of the proceeds to start her own anti-bullying foundation....
  • Bullying 'follows you everywhere'

    Bullying 'follows you everywhere'
    Mental health counselor Nicole Taulbee has seen it before. Anxiety, depression, withdrawal, negative self-esteem issues and a decline in schoolwork. They’re all signs of being bullied, said Taulbee, who has been a counselor in South Bend for 14...
  • Targeting peers online

    Targeting peers online
    There was a time when bullying stopped when the school day ended. That all changed seemingly overnight, though, with the rise in use of cell phones and social media such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. Reports of such bullying — coined...
  • Movie review: 'Bully'

    Movie review: 'Bully'
    If you feel like you've already read quite a bit about the documentary "Bully," you have. But that still won't prepare you for the experience of seeing it. "Bully" has been in the news a lot lately because it received a restrictive R rating (for a...
  • Bullying: How to fight back

    Bullying: How to fight back
    Bullying affects all kids, be they victim or perpetrator, and all demographics, says Michele Borba, author and educational psychologist. Borba is the on-screen consultant to the new documentary, "Bullied To Silence" (bulliedtosilence.com). Indeed,...
  • When the bully belongs to you

    When the bully belongs to you
    Parents shouldn't be too quick to dismiss teachers who tell them their teen or tween is tormenting his peers. Indeed, failing to acknowledge that your kid might be a bully can worsen the situation, said Michele Borba, educational psychologist and author...
  • 3rd-grader takes a stand on bullying

    3rd-grader takes a stand on bullying
    A 9-year-old Highland Park boy is going after bullies, one cotton T-shirt at a time. Brett Blesius, a 3rd-grade student at Lincoln Elementary School, says he was inspired to design the shirts by anti-bullying signs he saw in a drugstore and a show he saw...
  • Keeping kids out of online mischief

    Keeping kids out of online mischief
    For children who aren't careful with them, many digital devices, from cellphones to video games, can lead to life-changing legal woes. Bullying, sexting, hacking, illegal downloading and cheating are just some of the ways the misuse of technology has...
  • Do parents need to stop the gossip mill?

    Do parents need to stop the gossip mill?
    Your daughter and her friends spend a lot of time gossiping about their classmates. Should you cut in? Parent advice (from our panel of staff contributors) Unless there's a whiff of vitriol or "mean girl" attitude, I would let it go. Harmless gossip is...
  • Bullies bad for bottom line

    Bullies bad for bottom line
    As a species, it seems we're doomed to interact with jerks. It happens in high school, and we think, "Once I get to college, things will be different." Then it happens in college, and we think, "Once I get a job, people there will be more mature."...
  • Check out local children's authors this weekend

     
    I love supporting local businesses and artists and that goes the same for children's book authors. I am often amazed at how many really good children's authors are from the Lehigh Valley and I think a parent could put together respectable library for...