It is heartbreaking to find out your precious child is the subject of bullying but even worse when you don’t!

Children don’t usually talk to adults about bullying whether they are being hurt or hurting others. They are more likely to talk to friends and some don’t even do that. So parents and educators need to be aware of the behaviours and signs that are displayed when they are being victimized or victimizing others. It is also important to handle the situation carefully to come to a successful resolution for everyone involved. Remember that modeling good relationship skills is very important for children to see from all sides in this scenario. Request for help if you suspect your child is having difficulties around bullying. Regardless of whether they are the bully, bullied or bystander, it is important to act and correct the patterns ASAP.


The mission of is to spread awareness to children, families, schools and communities to end the spirit of bullying while empowering youth.


To see children empowered with the esteem to become leaders. To help those who don't and to reach all of their goals while creating safe communities.