Bullying - School

With the increase in youth violence comes an increase in bullying among youth and children. The consequences for both victims, bullies and our society are far reaching. For victims who suffer in silence, the options can seem so limited. In B.C., we have witnessed the extreme consequences in the case of a number of teens taking their lives by suicide as a result of prolonged bullying. Although this is the ultimate ending of their pain, other children and youth continue to suffer from being victimized.


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Overview: Bullying - Overview
Authored by Denise Buote, M.A. (RCC) With the increase in youth violence comes an increase in bullying among youth and children. The consequences for both victims, bullies and our society are far reaching. For victims who suffer in silence, the options can seem so limited. In B.C., we have witnessed the extreme consequences in the case of a number of teens taking their lives by suicide as a result of prolonged bullying. Although this is the ultimate ending of their pain, other children and youth continue to suffer from being victimized.

External Resources

www.bullybeware.com/

B.C. based organization that offers education and support in the area of bullying.

www.bullying.ca/english/support.htm

This website is a centre for information about bullying in Canada and around the world and contains lots of great information for identifying and helping children. This site also offers great links in the area of bullying.


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