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Help Your Child Fight Cyberbullying
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2011
In today’s digital world, cyberbullying has become an increasingly common and serious issue. Whether posting mean comments on a social networking site, such as Facebook, or sending threatening e-mail messages, cyberbullies can torment their victims at any time from the safety of their own home. In some cases, the child may not know who is bullying them.

When Your Child Is The Bully
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2011
No parent wants to learn that their child is the bully. If it does happen, Dr. Huszti suggests trying to find out what led to the behavior. “It may be that your child is struggling in school or with friends, or is angry at the other person,” she says.

Lost your job? Money tight? Talk to your kids about it
Kid's Health (Archive): Summer 2009
Kids know what's going on around them. And if the economy is stressing you out, chances are, your kids are feeling it, too.

Get Tough With Cyberbullies
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2008
Online bullies have a distinct advantage over the playground variety. They can choose to remain anonymous, and there are usually no witnesses to report them. As a result, they are often more vicious in their verbal attacks.

Give Kids More Free Playtime
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2007
Does "back to school" mean "back to busy" at your house? Children need a healthy balance between school and play.

Could Your Child Be Stressed Out?
Kid's Health (Archive): Winter 2007
Depending on a child's temperament, seemingly mundane concerns related to school and peers may actually be very stressful.

Caring Support For The "Well" Child
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2006
Having a child with a chronic illness or special needs can be physically, emotionally and financially difficult for parents. But what about the other children in the family?

Cuddle Those Fears Away
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2006
Monsters hiding under the bed, ghosts lurking in the closet, and other things that go bump in the night. Preschoolers and young elementary school-age children often experience fears related to magical thinking, and it is all perfectly normal, says Marni Nagel, Ph.D., a CHOC licensed pediatric psychologist.

Hey, No Cheating!
Kid's Health (Archive): Winter 2006
Children who are struggling in school may be especially tempted to cheat.


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