Your 3-Step Plan to Stopping Childhood Bullying

February 2007
Exceptional Parent;Feb2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p64
The article offers tips to prevent your child from being a victim of bullying. Childhood bullying is a significant social problem in the U.S. It can cause mental and physical stress, poor school performance and self-esteem. The signs of bullying are mentioned. Ideas on teaching children about ways to deal with bullies are mentioned.


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