1. Pre-teens
  2. Behaviour

Pre-teen behaviour concerns

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    About cyberbullying

    Cyberbullying is using digital technology to deliberately hurt someone. It happens in many different ways. Read how to help your child avoid cyberbullying.

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    Cyberbullying: spotting the signs and helping your child

    Children who are being cyberbullied need help. Find out how to spot cyberbullying signs like mood and behaviour changes and help kids handle cyberbullying.

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    Dealing with disrespectful teenage behaviour

    Disrespect from teenagers is pretty common. It will probably pass, but these strategies for handling disrespectful behaviour can help you in the meantime.

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    Gambling and teenagers

    Children and teenagers can gamble in many ways, so they need to understand what gambling is, what its consequences are, and what the chances of winning are.

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    How to stop cyberbullying: in pictures

    Download or print this illustrated guide on how to stop cyberbullying. Get tips for dealing effectively with cyberbullies using the G.E.T.R.I.D. steps.

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    Leaving children home alone

    Leaving children home alone: when is it OK? This article helps you decide when your child is ready.

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    Peer pressure and influence: teenagers

    You might worry about peer pressure or peer influence on your child. But in fact peer pressure isn’t always a bad thing. Here’s what you need to know.

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