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The truth about cyberbullying

As the number of households with Web access and cell phones increases, so too do the ways kids can bully each other.

From Our Readers: Dealing With Mean Girls

Readers share their ideas for dealing with mean girls.

Standing up for his son

Eleven-year-old Ty Field-Smalley took his life after being harassed at school. Ever since, his father has made it his mission to fight bullying.

Why are those girls so mean?

Why are adolescent girls so mean to each other, and what can parents do about it?

WATCH: Best viral antibullying videos

Most of these were done by kids, all of them will tug on your heart.

Sticks and Stones

In her new book, author Emily Bazelon takes a close up look at bullying past and present -- and explores what it says about kids, parenting, and American culture.

Making your child’s school safe and supportive

As a parent, there’s a lot you can do to influence how kids are treated – and how students treat each other – at school. Here’s how to make positive changes happen.

One scary movie you might want your child to see

The documentary, Bully, captures a wicked picture of what’s really going on in schools: rampant bullying and the utter failure of adults to stop it.

My child is getting teased about wearing glasses

My daughter just got glasses, and kids are already being mean to her. For the first time in her life, she has low self-esteem. She says that she's ugly and that everyone says she looks better without glasses. Any ideas on how I can handle...

How do I stop my child from teasing other kids?

How do I stop my third-grade son from teasing and bothering others at the bus stop?

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