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Bullying
 bullying Bullying is when one person hurts or threatens someone else physically, verbally, or in writing. The bully may choose a victim who is smaller or younger than they are, or who is from a different race or culture, or they may pick on someone who is different in some other way. The bullying might happen once or over and over again. Bullying can include pushing, shoving, kicking, hitting, teasing, or writing or texting mean or threatening notes.
Instead of face-to-face, cyberbullying happens through the use of technology such as computers, cell phones and other electronic devices. Bullying online is very different from face-to-face bullying because messages and images can be: 
  • Sent 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
  • Be shared to a very wide audience
  • Sent anonymously 
 cyberbullying

Everyone can help prevent and stop bullying. Adults have the responsibility to protect and be a role model for kids, teens, and young adults. No matter who you are or who you represent, you can influence lives and maybe even save a life.
                                       
Lean more..........
A Call to Stop Bullying

Bullying Information - Bullying at School and Online
Kid Power - Face Bullying with Confidence
Kids Health - Dealing with Bullying
PBS Kids: It's My Life - What is Bullying
Stomp Out Bullying
Stop Bullying


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