Chelsea Clinton has had to ward off attacks about her appearance from various trolls, and she's killing them with kindness.
A 13-year-old girl was bullied by female classmates for wearing shorts and a T-shirt in 80-degree weather, and her response was powerful.
A selfie shared by Scott Disick has resulted in bullying comments about his 8-year-old son with Kourtney Kardashian.
Trump made a rare, and much anticipated appearance in front of the press on Monday afternoon, when she took to the White House Rose Garden to announce her official initiative as first lady.
Rose addressed the trolls in Instagram Stories after adult commenters mocked the kindergartener for his taste in music.
As parents grapple with the question of how to teach their children to be kind to one another, the internet has presented us with two very different approaches: public shaming versus public apology.
After his 10-year-old son got in trouble on the school bus, this dad forced him to run a mile to school in the rain.
Nadia Sparkes, 12, has been nicknamed 'Trash Girl' by bullies at school because she picks up trash on the two-mile route from her school to her house.
Marsha Wetzel and many other LGBT seniors like her find themselves in residential facilities where they must deal with homophobic and transphobic harassment.
"I vowed that if I ever had a daughter, I would instill self-esteem, pride, and courage in her," says mother and life coach Toshia Shaw.
A 16-year-old schoolgirl and her family have spoken out against the culture of bullying after a fellow student ripped her wig off while others laughed and filmed the incident.
Actress Winona Ryder says she was bullied in junior high school for the way she dressed and wore her hair. But eventually the tables were turned.
Mother Monster is nothing short of amazing, and she just proved it again. Lady Gaga just defended a girl being bullied at school…
An upsetting video of a teen with special needs getting shoved and slapped at school by a fellow student is igniting anger across the internet.
Close friendships in your teen years provide long-lasting mental health benefits, from lower anxiety to greater self-confidence.