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Welcome to Bullying Statistics
Statistics show bullying & harassment is becoming a huge problem. The purpose of this website is to help educate the public on bullying issues; such as school bullying, workplace bullies, bullying teachers, adult bullies, and more. Our goal is to help teens, families, schools, and communites get the education and help they need to prevent being bullied. This site offers information on seeking therapy or treatment for those who are harassing or bullying others, or are victims of bullies. By learning about the causes of bullying each of us can help prevent this type of abuse we can help our communities be safer.
Bullying often brings to mind school bullying between children, but bullying can involve adults, even bullying teachers. Teachers can sometimes be the bully, or be the victim of students who bully teachers. Keep reading for more information on bullying teachers.
Stop Bullying Now Review
Stop Bullying Now! is a web site about bullying provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The goal of Stop Bullying Now! is to educate kids, parents, teachers, and other adults about bullying and how to handle it. This review discusses some of the features, highlights, and uses of the Stop Bullying Now! web site.
There are many different types of bullying including female bullying. The classic type of bullying includes the mean boy on the playground, but now it is clear female bullying is just as prominent and severe as bullying with males. Female bullying can sometimes even be worse.
Bullying is becoming more and more frequent among today's youth in locations like school and online, according to recent bullying statistics. There are different types of bullying of which bullying statistics reveal almost half of all students have experienced.