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Texas officer’s warning to bullies: ‘Stop it or I’ll see you in court’

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ KAUFMAN, Texas — A Kaufman County Constable disgusted by student bullies, issued a warning to them and their parents on Facebook: Stop it or I’ll see you in court. The constable …

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Kids more likely to stop bullies when parents tell them to

Youngsters usually tend to step in once they see bullying at college if their mother and father have advised them to become involved than in the event that they’ve been taught it’s higher to remain out of it, a current U.S. research suggests.

About one in 10 youngsters are victims of bullying, and lots of anti-bullying packages are targeted on getting bystanders to intervene, researchers notice within the Journal of Medical Youngster and Adolescent Psychology. Whereas earlier analysis has linked sure parenting practices to greater odds that youngsters shall be victims or perpetrators of bullying, much less is understood about how mother and father impression what youngsters do as bystanders.

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How to ward off homesickness, bullies and other problems that could arise at your child’s first sleepaway camp

The first time Lisa Fleming dropped her children off at sleepaway camp, she was a nervous wreck.

“I was so worried,” Fleming says. “I had a miserable week.”

Luckily, none of her fears were realized. “They had the most amazing week ever and were crying when we picked them up,” she says. “They didn’t want to leave their friends and counselors.”

This summer, she’s dropping off her 10-year-old son — the youngest of her three kids — at the same camp (Camp Quest Chesapeake, an educational adventure camp in Courtland, Va., about a three-hour drive from D.C.) with a lot more peace of mind.

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‘He was so upset’ Mum hits back after bullies mock her son’s World Book Day outfit

A mother has hit back after cruel bullies mocked her son’s World Book Day costume.

Heartbroken Jodie Rose shared a picture of her son Preston in a Cat In The Hat costume, inspired by the Dr Seuss book of the same name, to the This Morning Facebook page, explaining that when the four year old had arrived at school, he’d been teased by children who were wearing superhero outfits instead of abiding by the more traditional rules of the day.

‘Here is my son Preston yesterday for #worldbookday as “Cat in the Hat” from his favourite book. Pity his day was ruined by bullies who teased him for being a character from an actual book, and not a “superhero” like most of the other boys went as,’ she wrote.

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Townsville expert gives tips to protect kids from online bullies

TOWNSVILLE parents are being urged to log on to social media to empower them to better prepare their children against the threat of cyber bulling.

St Patrick’s College counsellor Courtney Rogers said it was vital that parents familiarise themselves with the social media channels their children are using.

“The internet is a whole new strange world and it’s constantly developing and evolving so quickly that parents have difficulty keeping up,” she said.

“It can also be an area where parents don’t have as much control as the do in other areas of their young peoples lives because it’s something that can be kept secret and private.

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Lego’s new social network wants to keep bullies out

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Lego’s new social network wants to keep bullies out

Lego’s new social network for kids lays the building blocks to prevent bullying. The company launched on Tuesday a free iOS and Android app called Lego Life. The social platform children under the age of 13 share photos of their …

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Cyber bullying: Father crusades to stop bullies after daughter’s suicide following Facebook tirade

6703880-3x2-340x227Michael Cleland was nervous — he had spoken to groups of people before, but he wanted this speech to make an impact, to change behaviour, to save lives.

Students at Glenroy College in Melbourne’s north thought they were in for a boring power-point presentation about cyber bullying — they had heard the warnings before, but never like this.

“Jessica was 18, she was extremely popular in school, she was loving and caring,” Michael began.

Within seconds, the students were silent and enthralled. Within minutes, several were crying.

“Leading right up to Jessica’s death there were no signs of depression, but she committed suicide after being cyber bullied,” the Victorian father continued.

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