How Bullied Teens Can Get Back to Living a Normal Life

Bullied Teens Can Get Back to Living a Normal Life

Bullying is traumatic for the victims. Many bullied teens have a difficult time getting over the experience.

Bullying can affect a teenager’s self-confidence and interfere with their ability to complete tasks, follow their regular routine, and enjoy the things that they normally enjoy. Understanding how bullying affects teens is an important aspect of helping teenagers who have been bullying victims get back to their normal routine. Read More

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4 Ways to Stop Teen Bullying

Stop Teen Bullying In 4 Simple Methods - Paradigm San Francisco

Bullying can be a real problem for teenagers, and while no parent wants to hear that their child is being bullied, it can be difficult for them to know how to stop it. Bullying behaviors can be hard to identify in teens – especially with the rise of cyberbullying – and parental involvement can sometimes make a bullied teen even more of a target. Read More

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Look Out for These 3 Teen Bullying Signs

Look Out for These 3 Teen Bullying Signs - Paradigm San Francisco

Bullying among teenagers can be harder to spot than bullying among younger children. Teenage bullying victims are better able to hide their feelings from their parents and teachers, and teenage bullies are better able to hide their actions. Teenage bullying is often less physical than bullying among younger children, and these days, much of it may take place online. So how are parents to know if their teen has a problem with bullying if their teen doesn’t tell them directly? Take a look at some of the teen bullying signs that your teen may be dealing with. Read More

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9 Ways to Prevent Cyberbullying

9 Ways to Prevent Cyberbullying - Paradigm San Francisco

Teenagers spend a shocking average of nine hours online each day, and preteens ages 8 to 12 spend an average of six hours online. This opens up a completely new world of cyberbullying, or bullying online. In fact, over half of teens state that they’ve been a victim of cyberbullying at some point. Face-to-face contact is no longer necessary for bullying to occur; even if they do start it in person, they can continue it online, via text message, or social media apps, giving your child or teen no way to escape it. So what can you do to prevent cyberbullying? The following tips can help you protect your child or teen. Read More

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Here’s How You Can Help Stop Bullying

Here's How You Can Help Stop Bullying - Paradigm San Francisco

Bullying is a prevalent issue in many schools across the United States. Not only does it occur in the schools themselves but it can also take place in neighborhoods and via electronic communication such as email, social media, and texting. There are several ways that both parents and teenagers can step up and help stop bullying. Read on to find out how you can help not only the bullied but also the bullies. Read More

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