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Toms River Mother Accosts Alleged Bullies of Her Daughter – How Would You Have Handled It? [POLL]

It was never a good thing to have one of your parents fight your battles for you – especially if he or she were confronting your tormentor.

So after getting no satisfaction from her daughter’s school regarding alleged bullying, one Toms River mother decided to take matters into her own hands and confront the bullies herself

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Is Sibling Bullying a Problem?
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Bullying at School: How to Help Your Child [AUDIO]

As New Jersey school children head back to the classroom this week, many of them may become the target of a bully. How can parents recognize the signs that their child is, in fact, the victim of a bully? What can they do to help?

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“Bully” for Governor Christie

I am so sick of hearing what a “Bully” Governor Christie is because he speaks his mind on the issues. Bully is the new “buzzword” and more and more people are using it to slam whoever they want . Now, with the internet and social media, these same people don’t even put their name to the slams.

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NJ’s New Anti-Bullying Law Passes Senate and Assembly [POLL/AUDIO]

New Jersey drew rave reviews from child advocates across the nation when it enacted a tough anti-bullying law. The statute faced constitutional questions because the state didn't provide funding for it and it was poised to be nullified, but yesterday both the State Senate and the General Assembly passed legislation that is being called a legislative fix. Earlier this month, Governor Chris Christie stood with two of the bill's sponsors to announce his support.

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Anti-Bully
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School District Challenges NJ’s Anti-Bullying Law

A northern New Jersey school district wants the state to pay the district to enforce New Jersey's anti-bullying law.

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