What should you do if your child is being bullied? Boys Town announced strategies to help keep your child safe from bullies.
The national child and healthcare organization, which started over 90 years ago, is a leader in parenting advice.
Below are five ways to bully-proof your children:
Encourage your child to develop strong, healthy friendships.
Bullies are more likely to target kids who are by themselves than those in groups with friends.
Take the time to talk to your child every day about his/her day at school.
If you talk regularly, your child is more likely to open up and tell you when there is a problem.
3. Find a way to stop the bully
Take a solution-focused approach if your child indicates he/she has been a bullying target.
Brainstorm possible solutions and consider the