Peer pressure is real. Help your kids spot peer pressure, gain tools to deal with it, and be strong enough to deal with someone’s reaction to hearing “no.”
Emma Mae Jenkins encourages young listeners to express their Christian faith boldly as she describes how she herself was inspired to become brave in sharing the Gospel with her schoolmates, even in the face of bullying and other opposition.
Bullying and cyberbullying may be prevented with intentional parenting. However if it does occur, there are some ways that parents can respond to help their kids cope.
Parents can help their kids break out of the bullying cycle.
Teaching children how to recognize the difference between unkindness and being bullied
Equip your kids to take a stand against bullying.
There is a personal and societal cost of bullying.
Empower your tween to respond gracefully when confronted by “mean girls” and seek adult help if she finds herself being bullied.
How can parents help children deal with bullies on the bus, playground or wherever? Here’s some practical advice.
A young teen grabbed another girl by her hair and shoved her to the ground. When the girl hit the concrete, the teen hit her one more time and then walked away. The victim had been one of her friends. Bystanders would not be able to pick out this angry teen or see the violence …