Resources to address bullying

The Thoughtful Christian provides several resources to help address bullying and cyberbullying:

Bullying in the Classroom
By Martha Bettis Gee. This one-session study for adults addresses a public health issue that can have long-lasting effects for both the bully and the victim. The study resents the facts about this pervasive problem and suggests proactive responses Christians can take.

The Real Consequences of Bullying
By Megan Pillow Davis. "Sticks and stones may break my bones," but words can also hurt and have lasting consequences. Bullying is pervasive in our schools, and all of us need to do something about it. This one-session study invites participants to share instances where they have witnessed bullying, as either the bully, the bullied, or the bystander. Bullying is defined, the myths and facts are discussed, and possible action steps are considered.

Bullying: Sticks, Stones, E-mails, and Texts
By Martha Bettis Gee. Bullying is a pervasive problem with detrimental effects and it is a problem that parents should feel compelled to address. This study offers some facts about bullying and suggestions for what to do if you're raising teens.

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