Bullying a red flag for depression |ecourse

In this online course is everything you need to know in depth about bullying and depression and hidden taught from teens.

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I remember back in middle school when parents and kids would repeat these words. " stick and stone can break my bones, but word will never hurt me" I remember thinking if only these words would chase the bully away. What a lie words hurt more and sometimes stay with us forever. According to Wikipedia it an English children's rhyme. "The rhyme persuades the child victim of name-calling to ignore the taunt, to refrain from physical retaliation, and to remain calm and good-natured" since then every culture has changed the wording but the meaning is still the same. Do you think words hurt more than stick breaking bone a complicated answer i would think. Anyway, we will focus on the bully and depression in this course. This course is valuable to all parents and guardians who wants to learn about bullying and its effects on the youth. Understanding teenage depression and victim of bully. We will study its negative effects on a child mental health.


Content and overview: Course list.

At the end of this training course you will learn if there is  a connection between bullying, depression, and suicide.

A. Bullying
B. teenage Depression
c. struggles

Whats in this mini course:
This course contain video, contents and resourse.

Course requirement

Fluent in basic English.
Intended Audience: parents, single mothers, teenagers

Course Curriculum

The facts define bully!
U hurt me!
Bullying video
Types of words hurt
Interview teens
For You Parents
author

Patrice M Foster

Instructor

BIOGRAPHY

After finding herself locked out one day, Patrice M Foster became homeless and struggled to survive on the cold streets of New York. Her life on the streets was a dangerous and discouraging time, yet despite her hopeless situation, she finished school and moved to New Jersey where she entered a Licensed practical nurse program in 1986. After graduating, she moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she furthered her career by becoming a Registered nurse in 1998. She continued her education by pursuing a Bachelor of Science in nursing program at Immaculata University completed in 2001.

Through her personal evolution, Foster continues to battle the demons of her youth and desire to feel worthy and respected by striving to heal a little each day. Foster runs a blog, @PatriceMFoster, that focuses on teenage depression. The blog gives insight on how one could better handle their situation while educating readers with facts, statistics, and examples of pass experiences. Foster is currently working on an online course's for parents that will explain the importance of teenage depression in an effective interactive way.