Keys to dealing with bullies
Bullying is an age old problem, but its seriousness has only been recently recognized. Aimed at parents coping with raising children in today's demanding world, this book profiles bullies and their victims; describes patterns, underlying causes, and long-term effects; and offers specific suggestions for dealing with bullying.
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What Is Bullying?
Who Are the Bullies?
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