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  • Posted: December 17, 2014
    child and mother hugging

    Division of Violence Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Parents help their kids form healthy relationships that last a lifetime.  Kids whose parents monitor their behavior and have consistent rules are more likely to have healthy and close relationships with their peers, be more engaged in school, have higher self-esteem, and are less likely to bully others.  The earlier parents begin using positive parenting skills, the better. Positive parenting practices, like consistent expectations and good parent-child communication, lead to better outcomes for children throughout their lives. It’s important to remember that preventing problem behavior in your toddlers and preschoolers is one of the best ways to decrease chances that your child will be involved in violence and bullying in elementary school... Continue Reading

    Posted in Prevention
  • Posted: January 3, 2013
    An angry preschool boy

    Bullying among young children is not uncommon. When young children–who often differ in physical size, skill level, and family experience–get together, patterns of hurtful behavior often emerge.

    Children may be mean to each other by making mean faces, saying threatening things, grabbing objects, pushing others aside, or refusing to play with others. Some young children may engage in actual bullying behaviors by deliberately and repeatedly dominating a vulnerable child by name-calling, physical attacks, and excluding others from playing with them. Continue Reading

    Posted in Prevention
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