Bullying: What Every Parent Can Do About It

By | 2018-01-24T15:12:14+00:00 October 1st, 2017|CULTURE, PARENTING|Comments Off on Bullying: What Every Parent Can Do About It

As parents, we need to work year-round to prevent bullying. You have more influence in this area of your child’s life than you might think. That’s why I created my eBook, Bullying: What Every Parent Can Do About It.

In this eBook, I teach you:

  • how to talk to your child about bullying
  • what to do if your child is being bullied
  • what to do if your child IS the bully
  • the dangers of cyberbullying and how to protect your child against it

Parents, it is crucial that you keep educating yourself on this very serious issue so that you can help your child navigate what often feels like a big, scary world. Together, we can stand against bullying and make lasting change.

If you’re looking for some other quick and helpful resources on bullying for parents, here are some blog posts I’ve written about this important topic:

5 Ways Parents Can Prevent Bullying

Stop bullying before it starts. This post will tell you how.

The Real Problem with Cyberbullying and How Parents Can Make It Stop

As this generation of kids grows up in the digital age, cyberbullying is a huge issue for them. This post gets to the root of why kids cyberbully and what parents can do about it.

5 Signs Your Child is Being Bullied at School

How can you know if your child is being bullied at school when you’re not there to monitor him 24/7? Here are five signs that will tell you.

Bullying: What Every Parent Should Know

As a pediatrician, I’ve seen all kinds of kids walk through my office doors, bullies included. Here’s what I think all parents need to know about kids who bully and are bullied.

Helping a Bully Not Be a Bully

Is your child bullying other kids? Here’s what you can do to help him stop being a bully.

What We Say Matters

In this podcast, I talk about the way we talk. It matters how you speak to your kids and it could determine whether or not your child becomes a victim of bullying or becomes a bully herself.