Girl teasing in middle school
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Being confident will send a message to anyone teasing you that you are in control of your life. Try writing down a list of your strengths, such as your kindness, honesty, or loyalty. Try using humor to turn the focus back on the bully. I used it on my brother, and it worked.
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Teaching About Social Meanness In Middle School
Talking to your close friends can help to eliminate the feelings of isolation that often plague the victims of teasing. Writing down all of the things you have achieved in your life so far, big or small may help you to feel more confident. Not Helpful 1 Helpful 7. Talk to someone at the school. This may be enough to get them to lose interest and stop. Explain the teasing to your parents and ask them what they think you should do. Make an appointment with a counselor.
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Helping your child find her voice
This may be enough to get them to lose interest and stop. Instead, you should recognize that the person teasing you is at fault. Dealing with Bullying Surviving Middle School. Confide in close friends. Being confident will send a message to anyone teasing you that you are in control of your life. Ask advice from your parents.
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