Bullying Attack Leaves 6 Year Connecticut Boy with Second and Third Degree Burns
In a horrifying incident, a six-year-old Connecticut Dominick Krankall was the victim of an attack by a bully who poured gasoline on a tennis ball, lit it on fire, and threw it at the boy's face.
Thomas calls her DougCo board suspension a 'smear campaign'
From left: George Teal, Lora Thomas, Abe LaydonDouglas County Government. (Douglas County, Colo.) Douglas County Commissioner Lora Thomas said Wednesday that her suspension from her role as chairwoman for the second time in a year — facing allegations that she would "bully, harass and intimidate" political rivals — is “political theater.”
Bully Criticized for Mocking Teen's Lunchbox Notes from Nanna
When does harmless teasing move into bullying territory?. StopBullying.org estimates that 20% of children between the ages of 12 and 18 will experience bullying nationwide in their lifetime. Another 19% of students between grades 9 and 12 said they were bullied on school property in the last year before the survey.
A Narcissist Is a Bully
A narcissistic personality disorder is complicated. It involves gaslighting, love bombing, and flying monkeys. The disturbing techniques a narcissist uses are vast. Likewise, the emotions the narcissist will elicit in others are numerous. And then there are the shared personality traits along with a critical lack of empathy.
Sibling Bullying and Abuse: A Hidden Epidemic
Sibling abuse is the most common but least reported abuse in the family. Prevalence is higher than spousal or child abuse combined with consequences well into adulthood similar to parent-child abuse. Up to 80 percent of youth experience some form of sibling maltreatment; yet, it’s been called the “forgotten abuse.”  Therapists also frequently overlook it.
Opinion: Performative In Pink
It will take a lot more than wearing pink shirts to end bullying. I don’t really have an issue with pink shirt day, per se. In fact, I think it’s a great way to increase awareness and to start conversations about bullying in schools and classrooms.
Fictitious Content: Professional Boundaries
Photo by LinkedIn Sales Solutions on UnsplashPhoto by LinkedIn Sales Solutions on Unsplash. (Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.) I read the email from Principal Myers that asked me to stop by his office after school. I gulped, afraid that he wanted to talk about the complaints that Ms. Putram made against Ms. Rochier, a teacher I worked with. Ms. Rochier and I had become close. I was a long-term substitute at the time – as a support person in her class. For weeks, I helped her manage the classroom. As I instructed students at a table in the back of the room, Ms. Rochier’s professionalism always shone through.