Bullying – What Parents Can Do

As someone who was bullied, I will keep this in my arsenal for my kids.

Community Voices for Health

Dr. AbesamisDr. Aileen Abesamis is a pediatrician at Signature Healthcare’s Children and Youth Clinic in Brockton.  She is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and completed her residency at the University of South Alabama Children’s and Women’s Hospital. Here she offers advice to parents who suspect that their children are being bullied. 

When your child is bullied, as a parent you may feel helpless or unsure how to address the situation. It is our responsibility as parents to protect our children, but it’s difficult when they are at school and we are not around or we don’t know the proper advice. The information in this post is meant to help guide parents when they think their child might be bullied at school.

  1. Talk and listen to your child everyday – Specifically, talk about bullying directly. Talking to them everyday reassures they can ask you for help if they have…

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