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Bullying One boy's experience

When a young person is bullied, he or she is often too ashamed to tell anyone. But bullying is common, especially among children in early adolescence. Every year thousands of kids skip school for fear of being bullied.

Parents can be on the lookout for signs that children are being bullied.

When someone is being bullied, parents and teachers need to intervene to stop it. Talking and listening to a young person who has experienced bullying helps build confidence. You can also support them in learning the skills they need to deal with bullying.

Get the story from Judd who, with the help of his dad, learned to handle bullies at his junior high school.

Learn the facts reminds parents they can make a difference.
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