Bullying - Family Life

Many parents have concerns about their child when it comes to bullying. Some worry that their child is being bullied at school or elsewhere. Some worry that their child is the one doing the bullying. Adults may experience bullying within their workplaces, or among peers. But what happens when the bullying is happening not at school, or at work, but within your own family, among family members or in-laws? The physical, emotional, and mental effects can be just as serious. Bullying is any type of behaviour that negatively effects someone else, and often happens over long periods of time. Name calling, spreading rumours, physical abuse such as hitting or punching, stealing, and threatening are all forms of bullying and can take place between siblings or family members. In a family setting bullying can take place as attention seeking behaviour, or it can be intended to set people against each other, if there is already conflict in the family and an individual is looking for support for their side of an argument. Would you like more information as to what behaviours may constitute bullying within a family? Is bullying taking place within your family, and you would like help to resolve it? Click through our resources below for more information. You are not alone. Connect with others who may be going through the same thing, find professional help and resources near you. The Kinjunxion community is here to help.
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Ways to Help Your Child With Bullying

Bullying can happen to any child. There are many reasons why a child might be bullied. For example, being socially awkward or being good at a subject in school can

Cyber Bullying: Navigate the Online Community Safely - Tips for Parents to Protect their Kids...

Social media can be an excellent way for people to stay connected.  Unfortunately, this can be a double-edged sword as it is easier to relentlessly bully a person.  No longer

Cyberbullying: Video Series to Help Families Handle It

Cyberbullying has become the number 1 way kids bully and get bullied.  Gone are the days when a couple kids at school would make fun of you, ostracize you or
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Roots of Empathy - No physical address - Hamilton


Hamilton ON
Canada

Thrive Child and Youth Trauma Services

460 Main St E
Hamilton ON L8N 1K4
Canada

Hamilton. Healthy & Safe Communities Department, Children's Services & Neighbourhood Development - Red Hill Family Centre

Red Hill Family Centre; 25 Mount Albion Rd
Hamilton ON L8K 5S4
Canada

Hamilton Urban Core Community Health Centre - Life Lessons Parenting Program

71 Rebecca St
Hamilton ON L8R 1B6
Canada

Hamilton. Public Health Services - Welcome Baby, Welcome Baby - 1900 Main Street West Location - Welcome Baby - 1900 Main Street West Location

EarlyON Child and Family Centre - Main West; 1900 Main St W
Hamilton ON L8R 2V6
Canada

Hamilton. Public Health Services - Welcome Baby, Welcome Baby - EarlyON Child and Family Centre Hamilton East Location - Welcome Baby - EarlyON Child and Family Centre Hamilton East Location

Boys and Girls Clubs of Hamilton; 45 Ellis Ave
Hamilton ON L8H 4L8
Canada

Halton Alive - Burlington Square

Burlington Square; 760 Brant St
Burlington ON L7R 4B7
Canada

Halton Regional Police Service - Youth Programs - Oakville - Headquarters

Halton Regional Police Service Headquarters; 2485 North Service Rd W
Oakville ON L6M 3H8
Canada

Hamilton. Public Health Services - Welcome Baby, 735 King St - Welcome Baby - EarlyON Child and Family Centre Sanford Avenue Location - 735 King St - Welcome Baby - EarlyON Child and Family Centre Sanford Avenue Location

735 King St E
Hamilton ON L8M 1A1
Canada

Hamilton. Public Health Services - Prenatal Classes

110 King St W
Hamilton ON L8P 4S6
Canada

John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area - Youth Services

654 Barton St E
Hamilton ON L8L 3A2
Canada

McMaster Children's Hospital - Child and Youth Mental Health Program, Community Education Service

Ron Joyce Children's Health Centre; 325 Wellington St N
Hamilton ON L8L 0A4
Canada