According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), 1 in 3 students in the U.S. said they have been bullied at school. And thanks to anonymous social media networks, bullies have entirely new platforms to make fun of others creating insults that go viral, all without fear of reprisal.

So bullying that starts at school continues at home, at work and at play.
Thankfully, the national conversation about bullying is growing as more and more parents push to make schools safer for their children. However, bullying isn’t just happening in schools today. It’s important to notice how bullying has changed over the years and how your child can suffer right under your very own roof.

Want to learn more about how to best protect your child against bullying and cyberbullying? Download your free guide “Identify, Understand, and Address Bullying.” And if you have more questions, contact us at 800-863-1474.