Tag: bullying

Why Some Play the “Class Clown”

The teacher just told you that your child’s been acting up in school and playing the class clown. You’re not totally surprised. You’ve noticed similar behavior at home, especially when other people are around. So, what’s this behavior about,... Read More

#iWitness @latenightparent

Join Ted Hicks & Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time. Ursula and Will Moore – the parents of Devin Moore ​- who ​was the... Read More

Here’s @RealTedHicks – Bully for you story – by @StudentTutorUSA

It was around 1980 in Queens, NY, and eight-year-old Ted Hicks had just received the kiss of death from the class bully. Wayne. It started innocently enough—just a simple conversation that ended up more heated than expected—and suddenly... Read More

Making Sports a Positive –not Bullying– Experience for Kids @Up2UsSports

NEW YORK CITY— (November 20, 2013) — Up2Us (up2us.org), a national not-for-profit organization leading the movement to promote sports as the solution to the critical challenges facing America’s youth announced a partnership with the Ben Cohen... Read More

WWE’s anti-bullying campaign, “Be A STAR”

Children today are growing up in a time where bullying has become wide spread and has even caused some to take their own lives. In fact, every 7 minutes a child is bullied. The WWE’s anti-bullying campaign, “Be A STAR,” is making its... Read More

Should parents have access to their children’s text messages?

Should parents have access to their children’s text messages?  Republican state Sen. Rich Crandall has proposed a law to require cellphone companies to offer Arizona parents access to their minor children’s texts. Critical thinking and... Read More