Most of us at one time or another have been a victim of bullying. Some of us, whether we’d like to admit it or not have been the bully ourselves a time or two. These days bullying seems to be a lot more serious of an issue for youth then it was for their parents. Most of it centers, of course, on being popular and not being an outcast. Well studies have been done to highlight “the importance of educational efforts to shift children’s priorities away from focusing on being ‘popular’ or ‘cool’ and toward developing skills and relationships…” Click the links below to find out a little more about how we as youth service providers can help.