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From Stopbullying.gov:

While you may feel sorry for those who are bullied, you may not know how to help. Here are some ways you can be more than a bystander.

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From Stopbullying.gov:

While you may feel sorry for those who are bullied, you may not know how to help. Here are some ways you can be more than a bystander.

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From Stopbullying.gov:


Kids may be less likely to report bullying as they grow older. Try these tips for keeping the lines of communication open: http://1.usa.gov/xmLj1v

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From Stopbullying.gov:

Kids may be less likely to report bullying as they grow older. Try these tips for keeping the lines of communication open: http://1.usa.gov/xmLj1v

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From: stopbullying.gov:

It’s not all about “mean girls.” Research shows that boys are 1.7 times more likely to bully than girls.  Learn more about the role adults play in reducing incidents of bullying.

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From: stopbullying.gov:

It’s not all about “mean girls.” Research shows that boys are 1.7 times more likely to bully than girls.  Learn more about the role adults play in reducing incidents of bullying.

Be More Than a Bystander

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From stopbullying.gov:

Kids see bullying everyday. They want to help, but don’t know how. Teach them how to be more than a bystander. Check out our “Be More Than a Bystander” campaign for tips on how you or someone you know can help.

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Girls: Don’t look at me! Your hair is a bit frizzy today! You should pick that up! Oh you’re such a dork! Loser!

Voiceover: Every day your kids witness bullying. They want to help but don’t know how. Teach your kids how to be more than a bystander. Visit stopbullying.gov.