We all remember the awkwardness of adolescence. Thanks to technology, the more traditional methods of bullying have graduated onto higher levels of psychological torture. Tragically, we hear about the consequences on the news as young people commit suicide in response to overwhelming betrayal. We can't sit by and let this continue.
None of us want to consider the idea that our own child might be bullying someone else, but if you have a child with those tendencies, here are some resources that offer strategies to reverse the behavior. Also, if your child is being bullied, check out the book recommendations at the bottom.
- Not My Kid: What To Do If Your Child Is a Bully, magazine article from Education.com
- If Your Kid Is the Bully.
- When Your Child Is a Bully.
- Book Recommendations for children who are being bullied and children who are bullying from About.com website.
- More Tools To Cope With Bullying.