Episode 26: What Parents Need to Know About How to Handle and Prevent Bullying with Jessica Vanderwier - Lynzy & Co.

Episode 26: What Parents Need to Know About How to Handle and Prevent Bullying with Jessica Vanderwier

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Episode 26: What Parents Need to Know About How to Handle and Prevent Bullying with Jessica Vanderwier

Has your child ever been bullied? Perhaps your child has even been the one bullying someone else. Either scenario is not easy to handle as a parent. With social media and other technology, bullying is more present than ever before and shows up differently depending on the stage of life your child is in. Jessica Vanderwier is on the show today to talk us through how to best support our children when they are faced with bullying and how we can do our part to create an anti-bullying culture.

Jessica is a registered psychotherapist from Ontario and a mother of two girls. She shares practical parenting tips daily on @ourmamavillage on Instagram and she also has a free masterclass on 3 Secrets to Punishment Free Parenting. 

In this episode we discuss:

  • The definition of bullying
  • How to raise kids who don’t bully
  • Signs that your child is being bullied 
  • First steps to take if your child is being bullied

 

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Questions answered in this episode:

  1. What is the definition of bullying?
  2. What are the signs your child is being bullied?
  3. What can you do if your child is being bullied?
  4. What can we do in our homes that will help our kids not be raised to be bullies?
  5. How do you react when another parent isn’t willing to address that their child is bullying?
  6.  What can we do to prevent cyber bullying when they have a cell phone?
  7.  How does a parent teach their child to stand up for themselves without letting them get bullied in the meantime?