Bystander. One who is present but not taking part in a situation or event: a chance spectator There is no innocent bystander. William Burroughs Often, when we think of bullying. we focus (sometimes exclusively) on the bully and the person being bullied. Left
Oct. 21, 2019 by Christopher Gagne
Tragic events such as the stabbing death of a fourteen-year-old in Hamilton and the brutal assault of a teen at St. Michael’s College in Toronto highlight the seriousness of bullying and its consequences. They also highlight a reluctance of some
Sep. 6, 2019 by Christopher Gagne
Different Types of Bullying In a previous blog, Bullying: An Introduction, we offered an overview of bullying and identified four types of bullying: Emotional, Physical, Relational, and Cyber. Each of these deserves more attention. This blog will focus on emotional bullying.
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Parents sometimes identify bullying prevention as one of the reasons they enroll their children in self defense classes. In some cases, bullying is obvious. Your child or school officials might simply tell you what is happening. Other times, perhaps due
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