This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy for more information Dear Dr. Cherrye, I realize that October is Bully Prevention month. I’ve been seeing your videos on Facebook as you share messages about bullying. What are other key points that educators and parents should know, or pay attention to as we support school aged children who may be experiencing problems with bullies at school? ~ Bullying can be troubling ~ Dear Bullying can be troubling,  Parents and teachers should always pay close attention to the behaviors of children whether at home or in the school setting. This point can’t be emphasized enough, but may be easier for parents since they live with their children. It is[…]

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This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure policy for more information. Among other important recognitions in October, this month is also Bully Awareness Month, so it certainly shouldn’t go unnoticed. With immediacy, we should certainly help the child who has been bullied, but today I want to focus on the child bully because no child can receive bullying if no one is administering the action(s) that comes packed with so much pain. Just in case you didn’t know what bullying is, or what it entails, please take a look at the words carefully crafted within the image below. Add a beautifully embroidered patch (Abuse and Blue Ribbon Awareness) ribbon to your collection for combating bullying. Okay, just imagine how you would feel[…]

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