Cyberbullying is reaching new terrifying heights, and in the wake of an encouraging new American administration, these culprits facing consequences seems like a slim possibility.
It isn’t as simple as just turning off the computer. Here’s how you can help and why you should.
What would compel a 12 year-old to take her own life? Endless and persistent bullying. As a parent and educator, Alex Yarde believes that we – as parents – can help put an end to this horrific trend.
A recent Pew survey reported that young African-Americans are more likely to be both victims and perpetrators of cyberbullying. Why?
A kinder world would be a more peaceful world and a happier world.
We must not view bullying and harassment as simply youth problems and behaviors.
The most effective weapons in the fight to stop LGBTQ bullying might just be quite simple — young people coming together to talk, laugh and share their lives.
If you’ve ever been bullied online – or been a bully yourself – you should pay attention to his message.
In an age of social media, why haven’t we been able to teach our kids how to be bully-proof and kind online?
Sexting, trolling and bullying – oh my! Joanna Schroeder on how to teach your kids ethical online behavior.
International Activist Gabriella van Rij offers insight into how smartphones can be used to potentially harm others and technology is not to be blamed.
Tracy Bennett explains how revenge porn is legal in most states and countries, leaving victims with little recourse for protection.
Our words paint the picture for kids’ survival.
Bullied as a child, Tor Constantino shares hard-won insights to shatter misconceptions and help parents handle bullying more effectively.
Cyberbullying is real, and these kids show how words have the power to hurt deeply.
Mike Kasdan pauses our ‘Sports Explained’ series to go off on the disgusting trolls who went after Curt Schilling’s daughter.