"Since you can bully my son, I can bully you.”
The boy was asked to choose between his dignity or getting a beating.
He was told by his classmates that he's better off dead.
Dealing with a bully can be a challenge both for the bullied child and the parents. Here's what experts say you should do, plus a seven-year-old's golden advice.
What exactly is reverse bullying, and what makes it a bad habit for your kids to have? Read on to find out more!
“Hitting is wrong, but sometimes you need to fight back,” she said. “When no one is there to protect you, when no one is there to protect others, sometimes it is a necessary evil.”
We want to protect our kids from bullies. But what if the bully is their older sibling?
According to the Singapore Children's Society's Bully-Free website, one in five primary school pupils has been a victim of bullying.
Let your kids fight their own battles but emotionally equip them beforehand.
Read this article to find out whether your child is the resident preschool bully and, if he is, find out how to deal with it.
This is the singular phrase that parents dread to hear. While majority of our primary school kids troop willingly to school, not all children skip happily through the school gate.
70% of 4,000 Singaporean students surveyed, reported some kind of bullying experience during their education life. While bullying cases in Singapore are nowhere as violent as in the US, they are definitely on the rise!