What if my child is a bully? A guide for addressing bullying behavior in your child

When we discuss bullying, our focus is often on protecting our children from becoming victims. However, it’s equally important to address the possibility that our own child might be the one engaging in bullying behavior.  As responsible parents, it’s our duty to recognize and rectify such behavior. This article provides…

Cyberbullying: Understanding its effects, long-term mental health risks, and how to offer support to victims

In today’s interconnected world, the internet has brought many benefits, but it has also given rise to a disturbing phenomenon: cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is a pervasive form of harassment that occurs online through digital platforms such as social media, messaging apps, and email. It involves the use of technology to target…

Parents can prevent sibling bullying by spending more time with their firstborn (Video)

Older brothers and sisters push around their younger siblings. But parents can put an end to this sibling bullying by spending more quality time with their firstborn. A University of Warwick study found that giving the eldest child more attention will prevent them from feeling threatened by and bullying siblings….

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