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Bully Screening Quiz

Is your Child a Bully?

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Parents and teachers often focus on the fact that between 15 to 25 percent of students in the United States report getting bullied. This leads a lot of parents, teachers, and pediatricians to look for signs of bullying in kids and trying to teach them to avoid being bullied.

The other very important side of the coin that between 15 to 20 percent of students report that they sometimes or often bully other students.

We sometimes ask our kids if they are getting bullied at school, especially if they seem to be having any problems, but how often do we ask if our kids are the ones doing the bullying?

Is your child a bully? In addition to taking our Bully Screening Quiz, these other resources can help your figure out if your child might have problems with bullying.

  • Parenting Quizzes and Polls - Review more of our quizzes and polls about common pediatric parenting problems and information to see if you know as much as you should or think you do about taking care of your kids.

  • Bullying and Bullies - Bullying is serious. Children who are bullied often develop low self-esteem and can develop problems at school and symptoms of anxiety, depression, and thoughts of suicide. Learn to recognize signs of bullying, review bullying statistics, and learn ways of dealing with a bully.

  • Building Your Child's Self Esteem - Learn how to build or boost your child's self-esteem.

  • Depression Screening Quiz - A depression screening quiz to see if your child or teen is depressed.

  • Stop Bullying Now - Read more about the Take A Stand. Lend A Hand. Stop Bullying Now! campaign.

  • School Refusal - Refusing to go to school is sometimes a sign that your child is getting bullied at school or on the way to school.

  • Bullies and Going Back to School - More tips about Bullies, Drug Abuse, Medical Problems for your child going back to school.

  • Bullying - Bullying is a common experience for many children and adolescents. Surveys indicate that as many as half of all children are bullied at some time during their school years, and at least 10% are bullied on a regular basis. Get more information about bullying from The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

  • Dealing with a Bully - Bullies are common among school age children. Bullying can be either physical or verbal, and can range from mild teasing to pushing and hitting. Learn what to do when your child is being bullied.

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