Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 - Building Strong Families National Seminars
According to researchers at Yale School of Medicine, there is an apparent connection between bullying, being bullied and suicide in children. In an attempt to empower children from the negative emotional ramifications of bullying, Building Strong Families National Seminars is debuting a powerful anti-bullying computer game for children entitled, the “Standing Up To Bullying” Computer Game 1.0.

The “Standing Up To Bullying” Computer Game is an educational game that teaches school-age children anti-bullying skills in a fun and exciting way. This game can be played by one or up to four players and teaches children effective ways to resolve issues of bullying without resorting to violence. Children learn to resolve issues of bullying as they achieve the highest trophy level. This game can easily be played in homes, classroom, and therapy settings.

This game teaches children:

1) Anti-bullying coping skills.
2) Communication skills.
3) Conflict resolution skills.
4) Confrontational skills.
5) How the self-esteem affects bullying.
6) Profiles of bullies and their victims.
7) The importance of and how to place boundaries on friendships.
8) Anger management skills.
9) The importance of body language and its effect on bullying.

The cost of the “Standing Up To Bullying” Computer Game is only $19.95 and is available as a download. This game is also available as a card game. Those that purchase the game will receive free unlimited updates/upgrades. Anyone interested in purchasing this game can first try it out by playing the limited trial version.

Those interested in trying or purchasing the "Standing Up To Bullying" Computer Game, are asked to visit http://www.Anti-BullyingComputerGame.com.

The following are a few testimonials in response to the “Standing Up To Bullying” Computer Game:

“I liked it (the computer game) a lot---especially the actual photographs of the kids posing in ways which may either invite or deflect bullying. In this case a picture speaks a thousand words. We learned a lot from it."
Christine - Parent

"This is a wonderful game for children to learn how to handle a bully and to not be a bully! My 9 year old daughter had a great time playing it with me! Excellent creation! Fun and educational at the same time!"
Jennifer - Parent

"My daughter and I enjoyed playing the game! As a 4th grader, she understood the questions with little problem."
Adrianne – Parent

“Serving families, individuals, parents, couples, and professionals, Building Strong Families National Seminars facilitates powerful educational conferences, parenting webinars, and family-related products with topics geared toward strengthening, empowering, and enhancing the family, schools, and the community.”

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Building Strong Families National Seminars


Serving families, individuals, parents, couples, and professionals, Building Strong Families National Seminars facilitates powerful educational conferences, parenting webinars, and offers family-related products with topics geared toward strengthening, empowering, and enhancing the family, schools, and the community.
Mark Lakewood, CEO
P: (800) 777-0955
W: www.Anti-BullyingComputerGame.com

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