Bullying

The Next Step to end bullying

  • By some estimates, one in three American schoolchildren is either a bully or a victim.

    Studies also find that 160,000 kids skip school every day because they fear being attacked or intimidated. Bullying is an intentional, aggressive behavior that involves intimidation and imbalance of power or strength, typically repeated over time. Together, as a community, we can take steps to make sure we eliminate bullying from our schools and our children’s lives.

    Join Local 4/ClickOnDetroit and The Sam Bernstein Law Firm to take the next step toward curbing the problem of bullying with The Next Step to End Bullying campaign.

About the Sam Bernstein Law Firm

Blogs: Why it's personal

AG Bill Schuette joins our anti-bullying campaign

Our campaign to take the next step against bullying continues to grow. 

Are your kids at risk of being cyberbullied?

A recent comment got me thinking about probability and risk factors for being a victim of cyberbullying ...

The 4 types of cyberbullies

About a year ago, a young family member opened-up to me about her experience being cyberbullied.

Bullying has become far too common

High school can be a time for new friends, lasting memories, and exciting experiences.

Bullying concerns from a mother

Beth Bernstein shares her bullying concerns.

Ashlee Baracy

It's a dark and often silent place that one of four teens lives in; a place where you are made to feel worthless. 

New face of bullying: Cyberbullying

Bullying is an unfortunate part of just about everyone’s childhood experience.