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Bullying Prevention

Understanding the bystander effect

Have you ever seen something happen and thought to yourself someone should do something. We have all had the experience overhearing a conversation where someone says something rude or offensive to someone else and we spend the rest of the day thinking about what we should have done. Bullying is not something that happens in private.

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Bullying Prevention

Help! I have a bully at school!

  You have a bully in your life who is tormenting you and making school unbearable! Perhaps you have been told that ‘it is not your fault,’ to ‘avoid the bully the best you can’. After all, they picked you at random. There was nothing you could have done to prevent the bully from targeting

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Bullying

I think I might be a bully…

The thought arrived in your mind: ‘I think I might be a bully’. It could have come from anywhere: thinking about the way that you interact with your friends, maybe you read a blog post or watched a YouTube video about bullying and thought that some of your behaviors matched what you were reading or

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Bullying

10-Tips to Stop Bullying

We know 1 out of 5 young people experience bullying. What we really need to know is what can we do about it. Bullying prevention is difficult because it can be difficult to know what we are looking for. Knowing how to intervene when we see something that we believe to be bullying can be

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Bullying

Bullying in our schools – Data from the CDC

It is extremely difficult to collect data about bullying. Research on any topic can be expensive to fund. One has to consider things like paying researchers to collect data, getting people into the schools to talk to students, and putting all of the information together over time. Every two years, the Centers for Disease Control

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ACT

Committed action – The final piece of our puzzle

Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is a behavioral therapeutic approach. The goal is to support people in establishing patterns of behavior that result in a fulfilling and meaningful life. Often, it is the case that moving toward goals we set for ourselves can be very difficult—think New Years Resolutions! The reason New Years Resolutions can

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The ultimate helpline. The Stand 4 Kind app gives schools, students, and parents
easy access to various tools and resources to ensure a safe and positive environment for all.

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