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How To Protect Your Child From Bullying At School

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15. Practice Facial Responses And Body Language
A strong face can go a long way in getting a bully to back off. Moreover, standing up with good posture also communicates confidence.

With your child, practice what different emotions look like, such as happiness, sadness, anger, and strength. When approached by a bully, she should keep a strong or happy face because the bully is looking for a negative reaction. If your child can act indifferent, the bully will be more likely to move on.