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The Science of Bullying

December 24th, 2015; By Anthony Teles

You have seen bullies in action. You may have been on the receiving end, or maybe you yourself were the bully. We all know it happens, and how awful it […]

Fat Shaming in School

December 24th, 2015; By Laura Sciarpelletti

As young people we are more perceptible to the impact of other people’s opinions. It takes years to develop resilience against hurtful comments as well as a sense of self […]

Are You the Subject of a Nasty Gossip? How to Turn Things Around

July 26th, 2015; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Today, gossiping can be considered a national pastime. There are several reasons why people gossip. One is that people who engage in gossip feel privileged. Imagine seeing your not-so-favorite teacher […]

Can’t Go Offline? Three Smart Tips for Online Safety

July 26th, 2015; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Can you imagine life without the Internet? While it offers advantages when it comes to learning and communication, it also gives a way to possible danger. It’s likely for you […]

Mental Health Stigma and Prejudice

June 26th, 2015; By Isabella Thorsen

Stereotyping and typecasting remains prevalent in our society today. Stating that doesn’t mean that it makes it alright to use them against others. In today’s society Mental Illness is accepted, […]

Bullying and Self Esteem: The Bullied and the Bully

May 31st, 2015; By Teodora Pasca

Bullying continues to be a pressing threat among students, one that unfortunately is dismissed, misunderstood or ignored. The potential consequences of bullying, however, including dangerously low self-esteem (which can lead […]

Bullying Is Everyone’s Problem

April 12th, 2015; By Fiona Bramzell

There is no doubt that bullying is a problem which has been around for a long time – within all forms of human interaction, there have always been those that […]