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Stop Bullying Now!

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Printed Date: Dec 03 2022 at 2:42pm

Topic: Stop Bullying Now!
Posted By: NoLa
Subject: Stop Bullying Now!
Date Posted: Feb 18 2008 at 4:55pm -
A website with tips on what kids can do to stop bullying in school.

Posted By: NoLa
Date Posted: Feb 23 2008 at 11:24pm
Do you bully others? 
Okay, time for the truth. Or at least time to consider if you have a confession to make! Take this quiz to find out if you've ever bullied someone. Take note if you've done these things before.


If you checked any of these boxes, you're not alone. All over the country, in all types of neighborhoods and schools, there are all types of young people who bully others. Bullying is serious business. It causes young people a lot of pain, and it can affect their ability to do well in school and their general happiness.

But it doesn't have to be that way. By visiting this site you can learn about better ways to treat your friends and acquaintances, as well as become part of the solution to this serious problem!
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Posted By: NoLa
Date Posted: Feb 23 2008 at 11:31pm

If you've ever heard an adult - or anyone else - say that bullying is "just a fact of life" or "no big deal," you're not alone! Too often, people just don't take bullying seriously - or until the sad and sometimes scary stories are revealed.

It happens a lot more than some people think - Studies show that between 15-25% of U.S. students are bullied with some frequency, while 15-20% report they bully others with some frequency (Melton et al, 1988; Nansel et al, 2001).

It can mess up a kid's future. Young people who bully are more likely than those who don't bully to skip school and drop out of school. They are also more likely to smoke, drink alcohol and get into fights (Nansel et al, 2003; Olweus, 1993).

It scares some people so much that they skip school. As many as 160,000 students may stay home on any given day because they're afraid of being bullied (Pollack, 1998).

It can lead to huge problems later in life. Children who bully are more likely to get into fights, vandalize property, and drop out of school. And 60% of boys who were bullies in middle school had at least one criminal conviction by the age of 24 (Olweus, 1993).
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