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Cyberbullying: What Is Cyberbullying and How to Stop It

Cyberbullying affects countless teens and adolescents. A 2019 study of 4,972 middle and high school students in the United States between the ages of 12 and 17 shows that 36.5% of the students have been cyberbullied in their lifetimes. Other studies report that 60% of young people had witnessed their peers being bullied, but they Read More

Bullying: Learn how it happens, the different types, where it happens and how to respond

Bullying has become a national epidemic and is happening daily to your students in schools, online and at home. Verywellfamily has put together a nice collection of resources on bullying. Here are some direct links to the articles/resources they have put together: How many people are actually being cyberbullied? When to use a bullying hotline Read More

Bullying and Substance Abuse: A Guide for High School Counselors

Tragic acts of violence or desperation have raised awareness about the impacts of teen bullying, but other side effects of the behavior receive less attention. Victims of bullying don’t always bring weapons to school or consider suicide. They may turn to other outlets to try to escape negative emotions. Some students turn to alcohol or Read More

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