Today may mark the end of National Bullying Prevention Month, but that doesn't mean our efforts to prevent bullying should end too.
Many children and teenagers have a good idea of what bullying is because they see it every day. Bullying can have detrimental impacts on an individual that can last well into adulthood. For these reasons, along with many others, it is important to talk about bullying in order to aid in its prevention.
Did You Know?
The Four Most Common Types of Bullying:
Signs Someone You Know is Experiencing Bullying:
Preventing Bullying: What Can You Do?
Ways to Teach Kindness
The Impact of Teaching Kindness
Are You Experiencing Bullying?
If you, or someone you know, is struggling with bullying please reach out for help. You can learn many ways to cope with and prevent bullying, no matter your age. Give us a call. The end of bullying begins with you.
Check here periodically for updates from Kelly Mental Health staff.
Check out kellymagazine.ca for recent mental health articles and blog posts.
This blog is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to provide personal support as an alternative to psychotherapy services. Please note that replies are viewable by the public, and we may take a few days to respond. If you require immediate assistance, please call us during business hours.