School Violence: What Students Can Do for Teens
When a tragedy happens, it's natural to want to make sense of the situation. Find out what students can do.
Word! Violence for Kids
Your parents have probably told you not to watch a TV show because it is too violent or that some video games are too violent.
Monitoring Your Child's Media Use for Parents
Some ways for parents to keep track of the media their kids watch, play, and use.
Bullying/Violence for Teens
Get advice on everything from standing up to bullies to apologizing to someone if you were the bully.
If you think that someone is bringing a weapon to school or threatening someone else's life, it requires immediate attention. This article offers some tips on getting help.
Abuse for Teens
Abuse means treating another person with violence, cruelty, harm, or force. It's never OK, and it's not the fault of the person who is being abused. Tell an adult you trust or call a helpline.
Problems at School for Teens
Sometimes, homework or keeping up in class aren't the only challenges you face in school. This section has advice on cliques, bullying, violence, and more.
Abusive Relationships for Teens
Abuse has no place in love. Read this article to find out how to recognize the signs of abuse and how you can get help.
How to Talk to Your Child About the News for Parents
News reports are often educational. But when stories are about violence or other disturbing topics, parents can find it hard to explain to kids. Here are some guidelines.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for Parents
Kids and teens who live through a traumatic event can develop posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Healing is possible with the help of professional counseling and support from loved ones.