Easing the Teasing: Helping Your Child Cope with Name-Calling, Ridicule, and Verbal Bullying

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Finally, the tools you need to help your child learn to cope with painful teasing Traditionally, teasing was viewed as a rite of passage, something to ignore until (you hope) it just went away on its own. But teasing can havedamaging and lasting effects on your child, including low self-esteem, chronic stress, anxiety, dislike of school, or even aggressive behavior. Children need concrete ways to cope with teasers and the emotional turmoilteasing can cause. In Easing the Teasing, Judy Freedman draws from seventeen years of ...

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