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Bullying and Special Needs Children

(This is our 5th post in our series about bullying.) A couple of weeks ago, we received an email at HaltonParents from a mother of a child with Aspergers. Her son is now in grade nine, and she told us how … Continue reading

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How to Cope: A Personal Story about Bullying

(This is our 4th post in our blog series on bullying.) The following post is written by a 17 year-old student from one of the local high schools in Halton Region. The Halton Parents team is honoured to share this post with our readers and we … Continue reading

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Bullying and the Brain

Believe it or not, Canada is falling seriously behind other countries in supporting children and youth with healthy relationships. Research points to the fact that many problems children experience with bullying have to do with troubled relationships. I think we … Continue reading

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