Bullying

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Information about Bullying
Education

Published on November 3, 2013

Author: deadmall2

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It is easy to hear children complaining another child is being unkind to them on an almost daily basis. And we tell them not to worry or take it seriously. Parents can overreact taking every slight suffered by their child as an all-out bullying attack that needs their involvement.

what is bullying How do we know when it is Bullying? It is easy to hear children complaining someone is being unkind to them on a regular basis. And we tell them not to worry or take it seriously. Sometimes Parents can overreact taking every slight suffered by their child as an all-out bully event that needs their involvement. Neither of these reactions will work and neither will show children how to Learn coping skills. Definitions of Bullying From the NSW Government Education Department: ‘A definition of bullying' Bullying is repeated verbal, physical, social or psychological behaviour that is harmful and involves the misuse of power by an individual or group towards one or more persons. Cyberbullying refers to bullying through information and communication technologies. Bullying can involve; humiliation, domination and all forms of harassment including that based on sex, race plus much more. Bullying of any form or for any reason can create long-termproblems on those involved including bystanders. Bullying can happen anywhere at; travelling to & from school, between neighbours or in the workplace. http://www.modernwarriors.com.au

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