This month on The Fathering Channel we are bringing you a special series on bullying and cyber bullying to assist all fathers and parents develop their skills and knowledge to support their child if the situation ever occurs.
Bullying is when a person or group of people keep doing things to someone that make them feel hurt, upset or frightened. Bullying can happen online or offline.
The difference between bullying behaviour and other aggressive behaviour is that bullying is repeated acts; the same person or group target the one person over and over.
Check out all of our trending stories this month on bullying and how you can support your child to be better prepared and open to discuss and solve a problem should it occur.
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