we can’t wait for kids to tell us something is wrong. We have to be tuned into their behavior to see if any patterns emerge
It’s not just psychological. Bullying has physical impacts as well.
Common myths about how to stop a bullying vs. what actually works to stop a bully.
Until we start addressing the very real rewards gained by bullies, we are going to continue to fail to address is effectively. Plus – writing off a bully as being a product of bad parenting or lower income parents is really just a way to shift blame, throw our hands up in the air and say – there isn’t anything we can do about it.