A recent study showed that 50% of children studied (ages 2-5) were involved in bullying – either as aggressor or victim.
Most parents want their children to grow up to have solid & nourishing relationships. But when a child is bullied (or is a bully), that dream can be compromised. The emotional fallout from bullying can follow a child throughout their entire life.
But you, as a parent, can do something. Watch the video for my 3 tips on how to prepare your child to encounter a bully!
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