Showing posts from October, 2016

Children Being Bullied: 3 Reasons to Use Alternative Methods to Deal With Your Child’s Bully

Legal Professionals May Have Remedies for This Devastating Life Situation Bullying has been front and center in recent news coverage, particularly among junior high and high school age children. However, the phenomenon is not limited to this age group— research actually indicates that these behaviors may begin as early as 3 years of age. In fact, “ data from one study of children’s experience with violence  showed that 20.4% of children ages 2-5 had experienced physical bullying in their lifetime and 14.6% had been teased (verbally bullied).” ( Source: ) According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, numbers indicate that 50 percent of children are bullied and l0 percent are victims of bullying on a regular basis, and children who have unique personalities are especially vulnerable to bullying problems. ( Source:


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