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Bullying

Whether it's in the lunchroom, classroom or online, bullying is on the rise. Learn how to tell if your kids are being intimidated, abused or harassed, and find out how to take action if they're victims of school bullying or cyberbullying.

In 2009, college pals Molly Thompson, 23, and Lauren Parsekian, 24, spent six weeks interviewing girls across the country for their documentary, Finding Kind.

Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on addressing a tween's problems with school teamwork and a bullying classmate.

Parents should be the first line of defense against bullying. Here's how to keep your children safe.

Mean boys and girls are attacking, antagonizing and intimidating their peers more than ever before. Answer the following questions to determine whether your kid is at risk.

Intimidation, harassment, threats, abuse. Bullying among students has reached epidemic proportions, and it's taking a heavy toll on our kids.

Family Circle's Stephanie Emma Pfeffer visits Better.tv to explain what cyberbullying is and what steps parents should take if they find out their kid if being bullied or harassed at school.

Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on whether it's reasonable for a mom to make an appointment with a school counselor on behalf of her son.

Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on working with your child's school administrators to acknowledge teen bullies and stop the teasing.

Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on whether your daughter should invite a mean friend to her upcoming event.

Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on what to say to your child when you suspect she is teasing, harassing, and intimidating other children.

Teen parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman on what to do about cruel teasing and bullying.

Technology, for its many upsides, also makes it easier for cruel kids to go way beyond mean.