tween & teen
Since Tyler Clementi's suicide last week, there's been widespread media coverage about how to help your kids cope with cyberbullying. But what if you find out that your child is the one doing the bullying?! Ross Ellis of Love Your Children USA, an organization dedicated to ending violence against children, offers these tips on how to respond.
In memory of Tyler Clementi's suicide and National Bullying Prevention Week (October 3 through 9), do your part to stomp out bullying. Make sure your child is never the cyberbully by talking to him or her about what's inappropriate to post about others online.
SIX -- count 'em, SIX -- gay teenagers were driven to suicide by bullies THIS WEEK ALONE. Something has to be done ... and the likes of Ellen DeGeneres, Perez Hilton and Dan Savage are taking action and telling teens, "It Gets Better."