3. Reassure Your Child

Kids don’t have the concrete and abstract thinking skills that adults do, so it may be hard for them to realize that bullying isn’t their fault. Maybe they feel like if they were more likeable or better at sports, they wouldn’t be a target. It’s important for you to make it clear that the problem is in no way your child’s fault. That way, she can get on board with a plan to stop it without feeling like she has to change herself.

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