Posts Tagged ‘Bullying’

  • Bullying In Schools Still Common - Teen Rehab

    Despite Nationwide Efforts, Bullying In Schools Still Common

    Apr 19, 15 • 2353 Views • Featured, Self Esteem & IdentityComments Off on Despite Nationwide Efforts, Bullying In Schools Still Common

    Bullying of all kinds has become a prominent issue in the news, and putting a stop to widespread bullying has become a priority of various public awareness campaigns and legislative efforts. Despite these efforts, new research from Clemson University suggests...

  • Invalidated By Family & Peers Suicide/Self-Harm Risk For Teens-TeenRehab

    Family And Peer Invalidation: A Suicide And Self-Harm Risk For Teens

    Dec 2, 14 • 1475 Views • SuicideComments Off on Family And Peer Invalidation: A Suicide And Self-Harm Risk For Teens

    By Christi van Eyken Teenagers who experience a lack of acceptance or feelings of invalidation from their family and their peers are at a greater risk for...

  • Connection Between Bullying And Suicide - TeenDrugRehabs.com

    What’s The Connection Between Bullying And Suicide?

    Sep 9, 14 • 1298 Views • SuicideComments Off on What’s The Connection Between Bullying And Suicide?

    Constant Internet access can provide social support and promote friendship. But it can also mean a never-ending nightmare of bullying. The psychological distress that comes with being a...

  • The Cost Of Bullying - 7 Ways To Stop Bullying - TeenDrugRehabs.com

    The Cost Of Bullying – 7 Ways To Stop It!

    Aug 12, 14 • 1386 Views • Self Esteem & IdentityComments Off on The Cost Of Bullying – 7 Ways To Stop It!

    A stark background. Window blinds. A tearful teenaged face. Flash cards with words scrawled on them. “I look like I’m happy. Well I’m not. What all you see is the fake me,” and then he goes on to describe, in black and white,...

  • Facebook Stalking And Addiction

    Facebook Stalking And Addiction

    Apr 10, 14 • 3315 Views • Internet Risk/AddictionComments Off on Facebook Stalking And Addiction

    The 10-year-old website Facebook began as a networking site for students at Harvard University, before expanding to include the Ivy League and Stanford University. Students from other colleges and universities were gradually admitted, followed by high school...

  • What Does Bullying And Teen Alcohol Use Have In Common

    What Does Bullying And Teen Alcohol Use Have In Common?

    Jan 17, 14 • 1761 Views • Alcohol AbuseComments Off on What Does Bullying And Teen Alcohol Use Have In Common?

    Bullying is a problem that has only become more concerning as young people have more access than ever to communication. What used to end when the school bus dropped a child at their stop is now nearly uninterrupted...

  • Gay And Lesbian Teens At Higher Risk For Suicide | Teen Suicide Help

    Why Are Gay And Lesbian Teens At Higher Risk For Suicide?

    Dec 26, 13 • 2984 Views • SuicideComments Off on Why Are Gay And Lesbian Teens At Higher Risk For Suicide?

    Suicide is a serious mental health issue for teens; but among gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) adolescents it occurs more often than among their heterosexual peers.   If you’re the parent of a gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender teen, you...

  • Media’s Sexualization Young Teens | Sexting And Cyberbulling Risks

    Media’s Sexualization Of Even Younger Teens

    Dec 3, 13 • 1734 Views • Self Esteem & IdentityComments Off on Media’s Sexualization Of Even Younger Teens

    Sex, sex and more sex – it’s the hot topic appearing across magazines geared toward teens, movies and fashion. The message, experts fear, is that girls as young as 12 will be encouraged to experiment with sex in an effort to be like the celebrities they...

  • Child’s Peer Pressure Influences | Parents Talking About Drugs To Kids

    Peer Pressure May Begin Well Before Teen Years

    Nov 14, 13 • 3114 Views • Self Esteem & IdentityComments Off on Peer Pressure May Begin Well Before Teen Years

    Peer pressure is one of the most oft-cited factors contributing to substance use. Teens are coached in school drug prevention programs to stand up to peer pressure. They are given tools, such as rehearsed phrases aimed at declining drugs or alcohol, that...

  • Teen Internet Cyberbullying | Kids And Cyberbullying, Depression

    Teens Trapped In Cycle Of Cyberbullying, Depression

    Nov 6, 13 • 2895 Views • Self Esteem & IdentityComments Off on Teens Trapped In Cycle Of Cyberbullying, Depression

    Schoolyards have long been home to bullies. Kids tended to give the mean kids a wide berth.  Stay out of the line of sight and hopefully avoid being made the center of rough comments. But today, children and teens are finding more of their social...