Six Reasons Why Young People Bully

What makes a young person torment and assault other children and students regularly? Why do some kids repeatedly push, shove and hit other children at school? What makes adolescents humiliate, insult, or ostracise a peer? Finding answers to these questions might help us understand why bullying occurs. This is especially important because bullying affects about…

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Say No to Bullying

Say NO to Bullying…. On Friday 16 March 2018 and get ready to say ‘Bullying. No Way!’ with schools across the nation. This National Day of Action is Australia’s key anti-bullying event for schools.  In the lead up to this day, it is useful to highlight some facts about bullying. What is Bullying  Bullying is…

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Can I Recover From Workplace Bullying?

Peer abuse or workplace bullying is a widely used term to describe the intentional and repeated emotional, verbal or physical harassment of an individual by one or more colleagues. It can vary from subtle intimidation or humiliation expressed through body language, criticisms, insults or sarcastic remarks, to the more obvious offensive language and physical assault.…

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HELP, my child is a bully!

10 THINGS YOU CAN DO AS A PARENT WHEN YOUR CHILD IS A BULLY   Have a conversation with your child and try to understand his/her perspective of why he/she is bullying. Some children bully because they have been bullied themselves, some children have underlying issues (sadness/anxiety/worries) and externalise this by bullying, etc. There can…

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