31 October 2023

Bullying Resources

Bullying Awareness, Research and Resources 

Bullying Resources
One's dignity may be assaulted, vandalized and cruelly mocked, but it can never be taken away unless it is surrendered.” ― Michael J. Fox

Bullying and Abusive Behavior

Bullying Research

Facts about Bullying

"Bullying is a form of aggressive behavior that involves the use of power or force to intimidate, harm, or coerce others who are perceived as vulnerable or weaker. It can take various forms, including physical, verbal, social, or cyberbullying.

Common types of bullying include:

1. Physical Bullying: Involves physical actions like hitting, kicking, pushing, or otherwise causing harm to someone.

2. Verbal Bullying: This includes name-calling, teasing, taunting, or threatening someone.

3. Social Bullying: Involves intentionally excluding someone, spreading rumors, or damaging someone's reputation socially.

4. Cyberbullying: Harassment, threats, or other forms of bullying that occur through digital devices or online platforms. This can involve social media, text messages, or other online means.

Bullying can occur in various settings, including schools, workplaces, social groups, and even online communities. It can have serious consequences on the victim's mental and emotional well-being, leading to anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and in severe cases, self-harm or suicidal thoughts.

Efforts to prevent and address bullying involve creating awareness, promoting empathy, implementing anti-bullying policies, and fostering a supportive environment where individuals feel safe to report incidents of bullying.

If you or someone you know is experiencing bullying, it's important to seek help from a trusted adult, counselor, or authority figure to address the situation and get the necessary support." (Source: ChatGPT 2023)

Consequences of Bullying Behavior NIH

Bullying: Another Form of Child Abuse End Can

Bullying: What We Know Based On 40 Years of Research American Psychological Association

Bullying At School and Mental Health Problems among Adolescents: A Repeated Cross-Sectional Study BMC / Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health

Bullying Awareness Lessons, Activities and Resources Kentucky Teen Council PDF

Bullying Definition, Types, Statistics, Facts, Prevention & Effects MedicineNet

Bullying in Children: The Road to Psychopathology? Parenting Science

Bullying Resources for Educators and Parents Teach

Bullying - Why People Bully and How to Stop it Health Direct

Consequences of Bullying Behavior National Library of Medicine

Dealing With Bullying (For Kids) Teens Health

Emotional Bullying and How to Deal with an Emotional Bully Healthy Place

How Parents, Teachers, and Kids can take Action to Prevent Bullying APA

How to Talk to Your Children about Bullying UNICEF

Parent Guide for How to Deal With Bullies Parents

Preventing Bullying and Violence Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Resources to Fight Bullying and Harassment at School Edutopia

Signs Your Child Is Being Bullied - Tip Sheet Stomp Out Bullying

Teens and Cyberbullying Pew Research Center

The Difference between Abuse and Bullying Abuse Refuge

Understanding Alternative Bullying Perspectives Through Research Engagement With Young People Frontiers in Psychology

Warning Signs for Bullying Stop Bullying

Ways Educators Can Prevent Bullying in Schools Lesley University

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