Help Kids when the SEE bullying, not just when they experience it

Just saw an advertisement for the new US "Be More than a Bystander" anti-bullying campaign. Great practical ideas for how to help our kids stand up to bullying, even when they are not the victim (click on link below). Some might say: "ju

st stay away, it's not your business" But helping children and teens to be active participants in making their a world fairer and kinder place, means they feel better about themselves, are more likely to be liked in the long term and helps them be optimistic world citizens. Let's talk to our kids about this tonight!

http://www.stopbullying.gov/respond/be-more-than-a-bystander/index.html