What to Do When Bullying Just Won't Stop

November 2003
Daughters;Nov/Dec2003, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p8
Offers advice from parents on how to protect their daughters from bullies. Ignoring the bully; Finding a mentor at school; Mediation techniques; Letting the bullied girl write a letter to the bully indicating her description of the situation.


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