Parenting - Behaviour | 6-18 yrs

All About Bullying


If you think that only adults suffer from stress, then you may be wrong. Even children have issues related to stress. One of the common causes of stress among children is bullying.

Generally, children are bullied either at school or in the neighbourhood, and sometimes even at home by older siblings. But bullying has evolved with time and now has several forms, from name-calling to physical intimidation.

Therefore, it is important for parents to be aware of what their child may be going through or facing when they are not around her.

But before parents can help their child deal with bullying, they need to understand how to deal with issue. Going through this ClipBook will give you an in-depth idea of how to equip your child to tackle the menace.  


Say No To Bullying

Help your child stand up for himself and put an end to the bullying menace, with the help of this article.

How To Help Your Preschooler Handle Bullying

Bullying is a serious problem. A child exposed to bullying during childhood can suffer from lifelong consequences. Read and understand how to prepare your child to face a bully.

What Is Bullying?

Aggressive behavior may take the form of bullying depending on what happens, how often it happens and who it happens to. Find out what bullying is and what the different types are. You can also learn more about other topics related to bullying.

3 Types Of Bullying That Your Child May Encounter

This article provides a brief overview of some of the common types of bullying behavior that your child may encounter at school or elsewhere. Read on to understand each type and how you can deal with the situations.

Bullies Are Made, Not Born

Bullying is a distinctive pattern of deliberately harming and humiliating another. Bullies are made, not born. And it happens at an early age. Read on to know more.

How To Deal With School Bullies

Is your child being bullied at school? In a Harris Poll from February 2014, 60 percent of respondents said they or someone they know have been or are now being bullied in school. Read on to know about the facts thrown in by this research study.

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