Parents

Mental Health: A Quick Guide

About Mental Health Mental health describes everyone’s state of mental wellbeing. Essentially, it affects how we think, feel and behave – and having poor mental health or facing mental health difficulties can have an impact on the rest of our lives. On the other hand, have good mental health, and regularly taking steps to look

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Cyberbullying: The Ultimate Guide

Anybody can become a recipient of cyberbullying, read on to find out more and how to report it.

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5 Tips On How To Cope With A Family Fallout

According to Ditch the Label research, those who bully are more likely to have experienced stressful and/or traumatic situations than those who do not. Homelife can have a major impact on our behaviour – we found that 36% of people who had previously bullied somebody, had experienced a significant family fall out. Learning to deal with difficult

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Common Signs of Bullying in Teens

For many people, bullying is what shapes a large part of their experience in life as a teenager or young adult. Although there are many different types of bullying that some experience on a daily basis, this doesn’t make any one of them lesser than the others. As part of our continued commitment to monitoring and

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Sue Atkins: Can Parents Stop Bullying?

Can Parents make it stop? As parents, we’re sure you’re familiar with the crippling pain and anger you feel when someone intentionally hurts or upsets your child. Its a world of mixed emotions telling you to protect your kid. The thing is, as a parent, there is only so much you can do to make

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Sue Atkins: Dealing with the School if your Teen is Being Bullied

If your teen is being bullied and you’re not sure how to approach the school about it, here are some tips to get you started and what to do if it all goes wrong. This extensive and expertly created guide will help you through the process of reporting to the school about cases of bullying. Parenting

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The Annual Bullying Survey 2017 – Recommendations

Last year, a record amount of students aged 12-20 completed the largest edition of ‘The Annual Bullying Survey’. We surveyed over 10,000 young people and measured their experiences of bullying, whilst also uncovering what it’s really like to grow up in a digital world. The groundbreaking report unveils new statistics about the climate of bullying

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Cyberbullying Statistics: What They Tell Us

It is no secret that the landscape of bullying continues to change, which is why we stress the importance of researching trends, attitudes and behaviours so that we can continue to innovate and develop world-class interventions and ways of tackling cyberbullying. But, what do the stats say? Latest statistics are taken from Ditch the Label’s

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Next Steps: What To Do If Your Child Is In A Virtual Relationship

Friendships and relationships are an important part of young adult life and in this day and age, this extends to connections they may have formed on the internet. You might be worried about your child’s safety, however, it is important that you build a relationship where your child feels they are able to talk openly

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Next Steps: What To Do If You Think Your Child Might Be Lesbian, Gay or Bisexual

Next steps: what to do if you think your child might be lesbian, gay or bisexual It is important to remember that the exploration of sexuality is something that is a completely normal and natural part of growing up. With that being said, we do not underestimate how hard it can be for young people

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