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Parker, Georgie
March 2006
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);3/6/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 10, p85
This article addresses several inquiries relating to bullying and how to deal with teenagers. A mother is concerned about her daughter, who is withdrawn and distressed because her friends in school decided she was not part of the group anymore. What makes it hard for the mother was that her daughter would not talk about the problem. The pressure can be removed from the child by going directly to her teacher to ask information.


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