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Bullying victim passes away after attack

Posted on March 5, 2013 by Kicksite

Bailey O’Neill, a boy who was put into a coma after a playground bully attack in January, died in the hospital on Sunday just one day after his 12th birthday. Bailey’s family said he was attacked on the playground at his Darby Township School in Pennsylvania back in January, suffering a concussion and broken […]

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What makes a bully?

Posted on March 4, 2013 by Kicksite

What makes a bully? Knock on Wood March 1, 2013 Christine Wood/Staff Writer- The Coast Reporter In light of Pink Shirt Day on Feb. 27, I found myself wondering this week — what makes a bully? While there’s been lots of research over the years on the topic, the answers vary. I couldn’t find […]

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When Bullying goes High Tech

Posted on March 3, 2013 by Kicksite

(CNN) — Brandon Turley didn’t have friends in sixth grade. He would often eat alone at lunch, having recently switched to his school without knowing anyone. While browsing MySpace one day, he saw that someone from school had posted a bulletin — a message visible to multiple people — declaring that Turley was a […]

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Atlanta Falcons players speak up about bullying

Posted on February 28, 2013 by Kicksite

ATHENS, Ga. -A couple of Falcons players tackled the subject of bullying at a local at an Athens high school on Wednesday. Wide receiver Kevin Cone and fullback Bradie Ewing talked with a group of freshmen about the importance of tolerance and how it helps them as teammates.On the field, Cone exhibits a fierce […]

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Once a bully, always a bully?

Posted on February 28, 2013 by Kicksite

By Brittany Jordan The Rocky Mountain Collegian February 28, 2013 Whenever the issue of bullying is brought up, we generally think of it as prevalent at the grade school level, not at young adulthood. We’re supposed to be past that, right? As adults in college, we are supposed to be all for equality — […]

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Could your child be a bully?

Posted on February 26, 2013 by Kicksite

Could your child be a bully? By Jacque Wilson, CNN updated 11:55 AM EST, Tue February 26, 2013 Boys and girls use physical violence to exert their power, researchers say. STORY HIGHLIGHTS A sociologist describes bullying in schools as “social combat” Students are fighting to improve their social status through violence or rumors Bullies […]

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Social Risk Factors for Bullying and Long-term Impact of Being a Bully or Victim

Posted on February 25, 2013 by Kicksite

Social Risk Factors for Bullying and Long-term Impact of Being a Bully or Victim February 24, 2013 by Gina Putt Bully and victim both suffer psychiatric disorders. Image by trix0r. No one likes bullying, but many parents hope that as children grow, the impact of being bullied or of being a bully will fade […]

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Father Reacts to New Bully Bill

Posted on February 21, 2013 by Kicksite

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) – Utah lawmakers are discussing ideas to reduce and prevent bullying in schools. House Bill 134, “requires a school to notify a parent: if the parent’s student threatens to commit suicide; or of an alleged incident of bullying, cyber-bullying, harassment, hazing, or retaliation involving the parent’s student; and […]

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New Study Links Childhood Bullying to Adult Psychological Disorders

Posted on February 20, 2013 by Kicksite

By Emily Bazelon     @Slate.com A significant study from Duke, out today, provides the best evidence we’ve had thus far that bullying in childhood is linked to a higher risk of psychological disorders in adulthood. The results came as a surprise to the research team. “I was a skeptic going into this,” lead author and […]

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Roanoke Karate

Posted on December 16, 2012 by Kicksite

A lot of people get hesitant when they start to freespar.  Afraid of the contact or getting hurt.  This is not the case.  It is in fact one of the most enjoyable parts of taekwondo or karate.  Having the opportunity to test you techniques in a controlled environment. There are rules that are followed […]

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