bring bullying to an end by Alexis Kauffman

Within the anti-bullying class, the students will be made aware of the resources he or she has if the child finds themself being bullied.

When a child is bullied and he or she is forced to deal with the bullying alone, the child can feel a whole array of emotions such as loneliness, sadness, anger, frustration, and insignificance.
Therapists are able to help a child correctly and deal with bullying and also provide an outlet for negative emotions.
Through the recommendation of counselors and the anti-bullying class, schools will be able to create better community and therefore be abel to stand up and speak out against bullying better. Children will feel more confident in their own skin and will be able to more effectively stand strong against bulling.

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