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08/15/2014
28% of students between 6-12 grade have admitted to being a victim of bullying, while 7-10 students say they have been cyber bullied, specifically. A repeated action that puts someone in the way of harm, physically or emotionally, is bullying. The following are characteristics of bullying, and keep in mind that often there are multiple attributes present in one case of bullying: 

- physical assault
- teasing
- making threats
- name calling
- cyber bullying
- spreading rumors

At The Tutoring Center in Lansdale we want the best for you this school year, and therefore would like to provide you with some tips to consider if you are being bullied or if you are the parent of a bullied child. 

What TO Do

- Remind yourself that you did nothing wrong
- Tell someone you trust, originally it does not have to be someone within the school
- Keep a record of what is said/done by the bully so you have evidence
- Take action-bullying will likely continue if you choose to do nothing

What NOT to Do

- Do not try to deal with the problem alone, remember that there is nothing wrong with reaching out and asking for help
- Do not respond with violence
- Do not hide the situation from those you trust, they are the ones who can ultimately help you
- Do not be afraid of the consequences of getting help, it is most important that you are safe
- Lastly, and most importantly, do not believe the lies you hear, the problem they have truly lies within them!

It is an unfortunate side effect of bullying that you will see a shift in study habits and grades. If you have seen this in your own child, it may be time to consider a qualified tutor in Lansdale. You can be sure that we will treat your children with respect as we aid them to become more academically successful. Contact The Tutoring Center today to see how we can assist you and your child, (215) 855-6744.

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