Is Empathy the Antidote to Bullying? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/toni-nagy/bullying_b_2774674.html?utm_hp_ref=fb&src=sp&comm_ref=false#sb=162766,b=facebook
Bully touched me in a profound way, not only because it made me reflect on my own life, but also on the life of my daughter. I don't want my child to be bullied or feel unsafe in her school environment, but I also don't want her to participate in bullying. Of course, as a parent, I cannot solely rely on school teachings or outside influence to mold my child's moral compass. A lot of that work has to be done at home. But at the same time, children spend more time at school than they do with mom or dad. The culture of their school experience will infiltrate their psyches and influence their behavior, and it is important to me that issues of bullying are actively addressed and become part of the conversation.