National Stop Bullying Day – Resources

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Today is National Stop Bullying Day.

I thought I’d share some resources for you to check out with your kids or on your own – or both. Remember that early signs of bullying can begin at a very early age. Start talking to your kids early about bullying.

Bullying can take many forms

Verbal (name calling and teasing)
Social (spreading rumors, leaving people out on purpose, breaking up friendships)
Physical (hitting, punching, shoving)
Cyberbullying (Using the Internet, mobile phones or other digital technologies to harm others)

Warning Signs of Bullying

Here are just a few warning signs of bullying.
• Changes in eating habits
• Trouble sleeping or frequent bad dreams
• Loses interest in visiting or talking with friends
• Frequent headaches, stomachaches or feeling sick.
• Unexplained injuries
• Often feels like they’re not good enough
• Suddenly has fewer friends
• Appears sad, moody, angry, anxious or depressed when they come home

These are just a few warning signs of bullying. Please click here to read more.

What to do if you (or someone you know) is being bullied

Anti-Bullying Videos on YouTube

Parents: Please view these before sharing with your kids.
Bullied teen Jonah Mowry’s video made went viral in the past few months.

Glee star Lauren Potter speaks out against bullying:

A sister reminds us that words DO hurt.

An Anti-Bullying Flashmob:


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