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Ask 'curious' questions and encourage your children to express their feelings.
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Most of us see the bullying going on but do not seek to stop it.
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It's about self-esteem, social skills and, of course, your support.
Maybe it's nobodies business what they put on their face.
It's about 'strong' not 'skinny'.
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