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8 Ways To Help A Child Who Gets Teased

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Nothing will ever prepare you for the day your child comes home and tells you that someone is bullying them at school. Part of you will want to hold them and cry with them, another part will want to tell them to beat the other kid up, and another part of you will want to square up with the kid yourself.Now, don’t get me wrong, I am not in the business of beating kids up, but when I say my blood boiled when my daughter came home from school and told me her classmate Ezra called her stupid and fat, I mean my blood boiled.

It was all I could do to not let my daughter see how angry I felt.Not only that, but it took me back to a time in my childhood when kids would make similar remarks to me, and it made my heart break for my daughter because I could feel her pain.Unfortunately, bullying happens all the time in schools, on the internet, and pretty much everywhere.

I am thankful my daughter felt comfortable enough with me to tell me, rather than hiding it like a lot of kids do. And while there were several ways I wanted to handle it, I chose to take some expert advice instead of acting from an emotional or impulsive place.

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