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Bully Solutions

John McDonald has created a website to help educate you on the subject of bullying, and arm you with tactics and techniques to use, whether you are the parent of a bullied child or a bully, the victim of a bullying coworker, or a caring relative who is witnessing the bullying of a loved one.  No one has to be powerless in the face of a bully.

No Bully
No Bully is an anti-bullying programme taught by police education officers, in partnership with teachers, to students in Years 0-13.

Peer socialisation or peer pressure?
Is peer contact important for children, and particularly teens? Those who advocate 'socialisation' as a reason for going to school assume that it's essential.

Bully OnLine
Bully OnLine is a project of The Field Foundation. Bully OnLine is the world's largest resource on bullying and related issues.

Taking the Bully by the Horns -
- Bullying, School Violence, Self-esteem

My Favorite Ezines - http://www.myfavoriteezines.com
The most popular family friendly ezine directory on the Internet. Find family friendly ezines h e r e or list yours at no charge. No adult or objectionable content allowed.

E-books On Bullying
Quality e-books on the subject of bullying. The Bully is aimed at elementary children and is offered as a free download. Illustrations can be printed out and colored. Why Me? is for middle school girls and comes with a free digital diary.