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New app sparks concern over teen cyberbullying

CBS 12 Thursday, August 3rd 2017

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) —  A popular new app called Sarahah is raising concerns among parents.

The app allows users to give honest feedback on their peers anonymously and is currently the most popular free download on Apple.

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Violence on school grounds; what do you do about bullies?

Sun Sentinel December 18, 2016

Several girls yanked Tajzhana Hammond's hair, beat her in the head and dragged her to the ground at Plantation High last week, according to video footage.
Another student at New Renaissance Middle was beat to the ground this year. Several kids took turns kicking her until school staff stopped them, according to her family's attorney.

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Words that Scar

From the blog of Alicia Waldner (www.aliciawaldner.com)

It hurt. It stung so bad that no pill could ease the pain. It’s crazy how they didn’t even touch me and yet I was bleeding. Was I just that fragile? Or were their words just that powerful?

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Listen: Miss Florida U.S.A., a PBC resident, Talks Bullying and Trump August 17, 2015

As your children go back to school today, it's a sad reality, but bullying will be a part of someone's day.

A reminder that it doesn't matter who it is, anyone is susceptible to the harmful act by classmates...even Miss Florida U.S.A. 2016.

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Sun Sentinel July 23, 2015

How to keep your child from bullying

By Melissa L. Tichauer

When one Hollywood mother heard of her kindergartener's involvement in a bullying incident at school, she was completely taken aback.

As a hands-on mom, she had always instilled in her daughter the importance of being kind and respectful to others. However, her 5-year-old succumbed to peer pressure, and the mother found herself in unfamiliar parenting territory.

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Gardens Living July 2015

Lowell & Barbara Levine - Raising Awareness With Their Anti-Bullying Campaign

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Dept. of Justice notified about alleged bullying-related suicide in Polk county - WDEF News 12 - May 26, 2015

COPPERHILL, Tennessee(WDEF) - The founder of a national anti-bullying foundation has weighed in on the alleged bullying-related suicide of a student at Copper Basin Middle and High School

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Stop the Bullying in North Palm Beach/Blanchard Insurance Agency - Community Cause - April 02, 2015

The Stop Bullying Now Foundation raises money for school districts around the country to address and eliminate the ongoing dangerous student bullying problem which is causing death, much mental and physical harm as well as forcing students to drop out. The organization recently received a call from a parent who has a 12 year old child attending middle school in the North Palm Beach area, and was badly bullied and abused by other students. The or…

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South Florida Parenting/Sun Sentinel - July 25, 2014

Lowell Levine, the founder and president of the nationally recognized Stop Bullying Now Foundation  in North Palm Beach, said bullying is now considered the worst epidemic in the country, with millions of children reportedly being bullied each year. 

"The most important point that we can instruct all children is that if they are being bullied or know of someone being bullied, to address the problem with an adult as soon as possible, whether it's a teacher, guidance counselor, principal or a parent," said Levine, who works with schools and lectures at local venues to help eradicate bullying.

Levine, a professional motivational speaker, has helped many parents and children.

"Our education to the adults of children K-12 is vital – very vital," Levine said. "When we teach parents everything about bullying, it helps their child. Our theme is working but more resources are needed to get the message out to everyone who has a child in K-12. The more the message is delivered, the bullying problem will see a decline."


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Jupiter Magazine March 2014

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