Bullying occurs when teasing becomes hurtful, unkind, and constant. Peers intentionally use physical, verbal, or psychological ways to torment and create a power imbalance with the one they are bullying. It is very important to take bullying seriously and understand why bullying occurs amongst children.
This article from Nemours KidsHealth provides advice for parents to identify when their child may be involved in a bullying case and how to help their child in this situation. Additionally, the article offers a few tips for children on how to avoid and report the bully to stop the bullying from continuing.
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