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Bullying – a Common Problem Among Childre
...cases, children are impacted both ways – they both bully
others and are victims of bullies. In all cases, these children have more adjustment problems than their peers who aren’t involved in bullying. However, most studies have relied on self-reports when identifying bullying behavior and adjustment diffic...
TV watching may turn your child into a bully
...ullying behavior.// A child is considered to be a bully
when he repeatedly harasses and attacks other children. Bullying can be done by actual physical attack on others or by verbal assaults, threats, extortion and intimidation. Parents who do not read aloud to their children, or provide them with emotio...
Students Involved In Bullying And Victims Were Equally Stressed
Study shows that both victims of bully
and children’s involved in bullying are equally stressed. Researchers from University of Washington reported in the Journal Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine that psychologically both the group of children’s was stressed//. The study w...
Continual Fear Linked to Genetic Alterations in the Brain
seems to have an unabating negative influence on the victim. Scientists have observed this unnerving effect of big mice on small ones, // and the findings have revealed that stress can cause certain genetic changes in the brain. This finding can go a...
Survey Shows That Nurses In Scotland Are A Bullied Lot
...d changes in their work so as to get away from the bully
and 1 in 10 resigned or found another job. Jane McCready of RCN Scotland said it was deplorable that an already stressful job was made even more difficult. He said that no individual should expect nurses to put up with bullying in the workplace. Ex...
Easing Kids into the Basics of Back to School
...nnett advises children to walk away and ignore the bully
because bullies usually seek a reaction of fear or frustration. Humor can be also be used to diffuse a bully’s aggression. Child can also be instructed to say something like, 'Stop doing that. It’s not fair.' He said fairness seems to strike a cho...
Harassment in School Affects Majority of Elementary Students
...ying behavior persists over time: a child who is a bully
in kindergarten is often a bully
in elementary school, high school and beyond. Such behaviors are not without consequence, though. Th...
Fault the School System in US for Massacres, Say Sociologists
...ysical and mental health consequences for both the bully
and his or her target. Bullying experts JoLynn Carney and Richard Hazler, say, "A child's anticipatory stress—the intense anxiety of waiting for the next abusive event—is lasting. That's the stuff that creates the long-term trauma." One recent ...
New York Governor to Introduce Bill to Strengthen Abortion Rights
...te Right to Life Committee, called the governor “a bully
with an insatiable appetite and tunnel vision to accomplish his fierce agenda.” “We can only hope the Senate will get back their courage and begin to stand up for the children with as much fervor and devotion as Governor Spitzer has shown for makin...
Kids With Both Autism and ADHD Four Times More Likely to Bully
...hyperactivity (ADHD) are four times more likely to bully
than children in the general population. Howeve...t whether children with autism were more likely to bully
other children. They hypothesized that that children with autism may bully
more often because they a...