Putting a Stop on Cyberbullying in Nebraska

Unlike in past decades, bullying has not only become recognized by society as a cause of anxiety, depression, and even suicide among teens, state legi... Read More

RAW VIDEO: Bully Attack In Lincoln, NE

Frida Aguilera De la Torre was beaten by a group of her peers from Irving Middle School in Lincoln, NE, on Jan. 14. Be a Hero: Sign the Petition for F... Read More

What if My Child is a Bully?

It has never been stated that raising a child was easy, while nothing is more frustrating than when our own child misbehaves. However, when this does ... Read More

It Can Happen to Adults, Too: 4 Actions You Didn’t Realize Were Considered Bullying

It’s heartbreaking to hear of a child being bullied at school. Children can be cruel, and bullying can leave a lasting mark on one’s psyche. But d... Read More

6 Signs That Your Child is Being Bullied

Bullying in the United States has reached epidemic proportions, and technological advances like social media have only served to make things worse wit... Read More

What NOT To Do When Your Child is Being Bullied

Bullying is a pervasive problem throughout the United States. Nearly 1/3rd of all US students in grades 6-12 have been the victims of bullying, and wi... Read More

KMTV Interviews Student Victims of Bullying

KMTV’s Emily Szink had the chance to interview and speak with Frida Aguilera De la Torre and Jared Williamson, two Nebraska students who were attack... Read More

Bullying in Sports

It is unfortunate that one of the chief ways kids make friends, by playing on sports teams, is also a significant source of bullying trauma. In this b... Read More

Frida Aguilera De la Torre’s Family Represented by Inkelaar Law

Be a Hero: Sign the Petition for Frida’s Law A brutal and unprovoked attack on 13-year-old Frida Aguilera De la Torre by fellow students from Ir... Read More

New Nebraska Bill Addresses Bullying Behavior in Schools

With the assistance of Senator Al Davis we are pleased to announce that the Nebraska Legislature and Governor Ricketts approved and signed into law on... Read More