MONKTON, Md. (AP) — A Maryland teenager told police he planned to use a stolen handgun to kill his parents, then drive to his high school and kill students and teachers as revenge for years…
A new study finds that the victims of bullying may be at a higher risk of disease as adults but bullies seem to be protected from the same health conditions.
Bullying can affect the body and soul of a child, and the damage can last for years.
WASHINGTON — The problem of bullying and harassment is not only limited to kids, and after an NFL investigation found pervasive harassment in the Miami Dolphins’ locker room, experts have some important tips for handling…
Gossiping about others is typically mean spirited and hurtful. But a new study says gossip can actually be used for good, too.
A local teenager is leading a nationwide crusade against bullying
with the help of a data scientist and web-based technology.
A public relations expert says that a high-profile situation, such as the recent bullying scandal that has hit the NFL\’s Miami Dolphins, call for a strategy to manage appearances, and getting your story out is critical.
Despite a rise in national attention, an estimated 3.2 million students are bullied each year.
Parents, listen up. There is now research to indicate that problems with bullies and the children who become bullies could begin at home.
Monday\’s shooting at a Baltimore County high
school has prompted a public response from a high-
profile football player.
A report from the Workplace Bullying Institute
suggests 1 in 4 adults have been
subjected to torment
from peers while on the job.
Over half of the Fairfax County students surveyed about bullying say they have been bullied, teased or taunted more than 20 times in the last year.
When 17-year-old Katy Butler came out as a lesbian in middle school, some of her classmates retaliated against her. They called her names, pushed her into lockers and broke one of her fingers. She was eventually forced to change schools.
Bullying in schools is on the rise, and one local community is taking a stand against intimidation.
Shoving in the hallways, flicking ears in class and name-calling all seem a ubiquitous part of a high school experience, but for many the effect is far deeper than surface bruises.