This week we wrapped up our series on bullying - a hot topic in the media, on social networking sites and in general conversation, both nationwide and in Tyler County.
These articles have provided information on every aspect of bullying to (hopefully) give residents in our communities more insight into the important issue and allow them to realize the impact bullying has on our citizens, how to recognize the signs of bullying, and now, in this last article, what we, as adults, can do to prevent and/or put a stop to it in our community.
Because the issue at the forefront of the situation mainly deals with the bullying of children, this week's article (seen on page 2 of the Tyler Star News) will deal with how adults can assist and protect our young people.
We value your feedback. If you have any questions or comments regarding this series, please feel free to call us at 304-652-4141 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the coming weeks, we will explore more important topics such as teen dating violence; domestic violence; sexual assault and abuse; and many others.
We sincerely hope this process of information sharing proves beneficial to our community.