No parent wants to think their child is either a bully or being bullied. But what if you have both – and it’s taking place in your home between two…
Discovering your child is a victim of cyberbullying is distressing enough for any parent – but what if your son or daughter is the bully?
If someone has ever left you questioning yourself, doubting a conversation or feeling like you can’t trust your own memories, beware.
Making people feel self-conscious about their body shape and size isn’t helpful, according to research from around the world.
Children and teens can access a bewildering number of apps, but which ones should parents be most aware of?
We live in an age where it’s hard to ignore the complex issues around race, racial identity and racism in our communities, schools, news and social media.
It can be incredibly hard to know when a child is a victim of bullying – or a perpetrator. So what are the signs to look out for?
When your little ones head off to school each day, parents often worry about bullying. If you’re concerned, there are many things you can do to help your child.
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