Your son or daughter comes home from school and tells you that he or she has been getting bullied. Your mind races to find solutions.
Your parental instinct kicks in and you go into protective overdrive. Your only concern is the welfare of your child.
Questions such as “Is the school doing enough to protect my child?” or “What if my child decides on self harm?” start surfacing.
What do you do?
This issue has been faced by many parents who have contacted us. As an anti-bullying campaigner, there isn’t much I haven’t seen.
Today, you will receive 3 tips that will allow you to be more productive in supporting your child when he/she is a target of bullying
Bullying in schools is a major issue, and there is no one universal solution that fits all scenarios. Your role as a parent is to support your child in getting over bullying, and building a productive, promising, and positive future for them.
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About the Author
Ron Prasad is an author, speaker, life coach, and an anti-bullying campaigner. He is passionate about empowering kids who have been bullied at school. Sharing his experience with bullying, and his insights from his personal development career, he encourages young people to overcome bullying by using empowerment exercises. Ron can be contacted: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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