Research shows that spending at least 15 minutes a day talking with your kids can build the foundation for a strong relationship, develop their resilience to peer pressure, and help prevent bullying.
Tips: Get tips about bullying for specific age groups: 36, 713, and teens.
Warning Signs: Recognize the warning signs: Is your child bullying, being bullied, or witnessing bullying?
Information: Access trustworthy online resources screened for effectiveness by experts.
Conversation Starters: Choose easy-to-use conversation starters to talk with your child.
Reminders: Set reminders to talk with your child when the time feels right: a quiet moment on the way to a game, after dinner, relaxing outside. Whenever and an opportunity seems open, easy, and unforced.
Social Media: Share conversation starters, successful strategies, and useful advice via Facebook, Twitter, email, and text messages.
Resources for Educators: Access a section created for educators and teachers that includes how to prevent bullying in the classroom and support children who are being bullied.
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Note: This app is a free resource provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in conjunction with the StopBullying.gov Federal partnership.