Today's topic deals with teens and bullying. Bullying can take many forms it can be verbal, physical, written or electronic. Bullying can range from just one instance to a series of instances with lasting emotional, physical and mental effects for the victim. If you are experiencing bullying or know someone that is, please use the resources listed here to get help and don't forget to tell your counselor or social worker. No one should deal with bullying on their own we are here to help you.
BooksIt Gets Better: Coming out, overcoming bullying, and creating a life worth living
Shelf # 306.760835 ITG
A collection of testimonials from celebrities and political leaders on how they found happiness after being tormented by bullies.
Also from our bookshelves: Fictional stories about bullying Look inside Resource List for "Books on Bullying".
Respect and Protect: A practical step-by-step violence prevention and intervention program for schools and communities Google Books Link
Websites5 Ways to Help Your Child Prevent Bullying This School Year
Iowa State University Extention & Outreach provides: Cyberbullying is Topic for Science of Parenting Podcast
- Teen Health and Wellness: Are you being Cyberbullied?