7. Get Support

Finding out your child isn’t popular or that he’s being picked on continuously hurts. A lot. While you no doubt put on a strong front in front your child, chances are you fall apart when he isn’t looking.

Find yourself some support to get you through this difficult time so you can stay strong for your child. Your spouse, a close friend or even a therapist gives you an outlet for working through your own emotions without it affecting how you interact with your child.

Has your child ever been bullied? I’m lucky enough to say, “no,” but I feel ready should the problem ever arise.

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