A mom complains that boys are bullying her son during class. Problem is, the teacher doesn’t notice. If this mom reports the incident, the teacher looks into it and believes what the pack of bullies says. Get some tips on how to deal with this kind of unfortunate situation.
When the new kid in town gets bullied, what he really needs are strategies for making friends, and making things better. Check out this expert’s can-do tips in a very difficult situation.
This expert remembers feeling very safe at his childhood school – until it came time to walk home. For many children, the walk home is a “no man’s land” where bullying can occur unchecked. Here are tips to prevent that from happening to your child.
Is it ever right for a kid to take on a bully, physically or otherwise? It’s a complicated question. Here’s one martial artist’s take on it.
Read this unique perspective from a martial artist on how to help your child overcome bullying, and it doesn’t involve karate chops, brute force kicks or broken bones.
Your instinct as a parent might be to confront your son, but a direct response in this case won’t work. Accusations will only make your son reflexively defend himself and deny any involvement in the situation, especially since he already claimed “he’s not doing anything.” It will also close off further communication.