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Sibling Bullying Research Can Destroy Anti-Bullying Movement

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Posted by Maria Mangicaro
Bullying Prevention Advocate
mangicaro829@aol.com

Published on Jun 17, 2013
Dr. Richard Besser discusses the dangers of bullying by a brother or sister.

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When the Bully Is a Sibling

By ANAHAD O’CONNOR
 
Siblings have been bickering and trading blows since the time of Cain and Abel. But the torment and fighting that is often shrugged off as normal sibling rivalry may not always be so benign.New research suggests that even when there are no physical scars, aggression between siblings can inflict psychological wounds as damaging as the anguish caused by bullies at school or on the playground. The findings offer an unusual look at an area of family life that has rarely been studied, in part because infighting among brothers and sisters is widely considered a harmless rite of passage.  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.The Anti-Bullying Critic

Dedicated to explaining the problems with the anti-bullying psychology.
by Izzy Kalman
New research on sibling bullying is the greatest danger to antibullyism
Published on July 22, 2013 by Izzy Kalman in The Anti-Bullying Critic
The inevitable has happened. The anti-bullying psychology has finally established a solid bulwark in the home. News of a research study confirming the obvious–that sibling rivalry is an even more pervasive and destructive phenomenon than school bullying–has hit all of the major news outlets, including the most revered of all, The New York Times. Antibullyism has grown into the most influential field of psychology in history by incorporating more and more interpersonal problems into its domain and lobbying to have its paradigm and recommendations mandated by law. It has now redefined sibling rivalry as sibling bullying and is pressuringparents to put a stop to it at home.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.
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