Secret Revealed – Why Teens Bully?

Why teens bully? It is an important question that needs to be answered as that is the only way to decrease bullying. There are various factors that lead teens to adopt bullying behavior. Read full article
March 30th, 2015 12:32 pm

Teens and Depression: How to Make the Dark Clouds Go Away

Depression is not uncommon among teens, though it doesn’t make it any less threatening. Parents need to understand the problem and know what needs to be done in such situations. Read full article
November 10th, 2014 12:04 pm

Are Shy Kids Misunderstood?

Shyness is frowned upon in developed societies because it is taken as a sign of weakness. But shy teens are not dull in any way. In fact they develop strong qualities that can help them in life. Read full article
July 02nd, 2014 08:13 am

Bullying or Drama? Why Knowing the Difference Matters

In order to deal with bullying, it’s important to understand the actual scope of the problem. Confusing it with drama, which is an integral part of teen’s life, can lead to unnecessary complexity. Read full article
June 02nd, 2014 12:42 pm

Meet the famous bullies in popular culture

Depiction of bullies in pop culture is very common. Images of famous bullies shown in pop culture have been etched in the minds of audiences forever and no one seems to forget these villains. Read full article
May 30th, 2014 14:58 pm

Bullying in sororities mentally scars young girls for life

Bullying does not stop at school but also continues into college life for many teenagers. Bullying in sororities is being studied by experts to analyze pushover behavior in young girls. Read full article
April 24th, 2014 08:12 am

Bullying and harassment: Two sides of the same coin?

The US federal government has passed laws that protect victims from harassment and bullying. Parents should be more aware as to what the laws actually say in order to protect their kids. Read full article
April 15th, 2014 08:29 am

Bullying disabled teens: Greater threat with direr implications

Studies have found that disabled teens face a greater risk of bullying than normal teens. It is important that parents and educators play their part to confront and deal with it. Read full article
April 08th, 2014 09:12 am

Immigrants' kids bullied in US: No more the Land of immigrants?

Immigrants face bullying when they try to settle down in the US. Failing to speak English increases their problems. Teaching immigrants about their rights can end this bullying culture. Read full article
April 03rd, 2014 08:34 am

Kids and bullying: How bullies pick their targets offline and online

Contrary to the traditional belief, bullies don’t choose victims on basis of demographic factors, but in fact go after targets that are easy to victimize, hardly expecting any retaliation. Read full article
April 01st, 2014 07:36 am