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Child abuse. Help stop it.

“Childhelp intervention programs protect children from danger along several steps of crisis resolution. The first step in our approach is the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline, a 24/7 resource for children, parents, caregivers, teachers, and concerned individuals who suspect abuse may be occurring. The hotline offers crisis intervention, information, literature and referrals to thousands of emergency, social service, and support resources. On average, the Childhelp National Child Abuse hotline receives well over 100,000 child abuse calls a year. While we have made significant progress, there‚Äôs still so much more work to be done! The next step in the intervention of child abuse is providing children with a safe place to live.

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Bullying. How do your children respond?

Bullying and intimidation can be mental and/or physical. Is teaching your child to throw the first punch during mental harassment/bullying an answer? I have taught many children to respond to physical bullying; school bus assaults, playground attacks and classroom harassment. There are many martial artists who will do likewise for your children. Is this advice you would provide your child? 5 Bullying Prevention Resources for the New School Year Bullying. STOP it Thanks to Prevnet.ca for their invaluable information. Children who submit to bullies at an early age are often … Continue reading

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Bullying at schools.

Bullying! I’ve taught many children of all ages to defend themselves against bullies when school districts refuse to take corrective action. Two junior high boys were bullied constantly on the school bus. Parental complaints were responded to by the issuance of warnings. The beatings continued, now intensified because the boys complained. Their parents asked for my help. The second week of training the usual beatings stopped and were never repeated. A grammar school boy was beaten on the playground. School district has a “Zero Tolerance for Bullying.” The boy’s parents … Continue reading

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