Bullied teens are often silent about the torment they face in school, due to shame or embarrassment. Parents are often not even aware that there is a problem. If you are wondering whether or not your son or daughter is a target of bullying, here are some signs to keep watch for:
If you see any of these signs in your child or grandchild, DO NOT IGNORE IT OR MINIMIZE IT! Ask questions! Try to get the kid to open up about what’s troubling him or her. It won’t be easy. Children—especially teens—don’t like to admit to being bullied, even to their own family. But if you want to help, you have to address it. And you have to do it gently and lovingly.
Cherie White, both a writer and author, joined the team after being discovered by Brian through her own personal blog and through social media. She has been writing ever since she was ten years old and has a love for writing articles, short stories and novels. She became intrigued with the new Pyngby app because it helps victims pinpoint victims and their harassers for easy protection and litigation if need be. Because she experienced severe bullying from sixth grade until changing schools during her last year of high school, she has a passion for spreading bullying awareness and helping those who are bullied and abused today. Her goal is to bring down the suicide rate among bullied children, teens and young adults. Her debut novel, “From Victim to Victor” is available now at LuLu. Cherie looks forward to helping victims through Watchdog Creative.
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