12 Signs Your Child Might Be Bullied and What to Do!
Michigan Mama News Assistant Editor-Cynthia Tait
- Emotional upset, anxiousness, and sadness.
- Frequent headaches and stomach aches.
- Faking illness.
- Unexplained injuries.
- Changes in eating habits.
- Poor sleep / frequent nightmares.
- A drop in school performance.
- Not wanting to go to school.
- Sudden loss of friends.
- Avoidance of social situations.
- Low self-esteem.
- Self-destructive behaviors including self-harm, running away, or talking about suicide.
“If you see your child struggling with any of these issues, talk with him or her about what’s going on,” he says. “Talking with your children is the key both to preventing bullying, and to uncovering and soothing the emotional trauma it can cause.”
Other Dr. Brad info discussed in his best-selling book :
- Why some kids don’t talk about being bullied.
- What makes a bully a bully.
- What makes certain kids targets for bullies.
- Helping bullied children to overcome the trauma.
- Coping skills for parents.
About Dr. Bradley Nelson:
Also visit, www.DiscoverHealing.com.