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How to Protect Your Kids from Bullying In School - cover

How to Protect Your Kids from Bullying In School

Clarissa Valdez

Publisher: Salvage Books

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Summary

Protect Your Child from All Forms of Bullying


Bullying is a common issue among school children. As a parent, if you are tired of waiting for someone else to take action on your child's behalf: start the process yourself! Explore the bullying problem while empowering your child to claim his or her right to feel safe in school!

It does NOT take magic to stop bullying in schools with young children. It DOES take hard work and cooperation between children, teachers, administration, and parents.

Don't wait and worry any longer about a bullying situation in school! Now there is help!


Clarissa Valdez in her book ... "How to Protect Your Kids from Bullying in School" explains how you can help your child overcome bullying.

Here you will discover how to build your Child's self-confidence to be able to stand up against bullying and also what you must do and what not to do as a parent to put an end to your child's bullying in school.


Protecting your child lies in your hands.

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