Bullying is a topic we parents hope we don’t have to look square in the eye. We hope that our kids never get bullied or become a bully.  


But in today’s performance driven world, it seems it is less likely that all children won’t be touched in some way by bullying. Even if they just witness bullying.


So how do we help our kids help themselves? How do we equip them with the necessary tools they need to survive and thrive? Green Giant’s Raise a Giant campaign offers wonderful tips and insights to help parents and kids face bullying together. 


I chose not to publicly write a letter to my daughters because they have asked that I keep personal details about them and our lives to a minimum online, but I do talk about this tough subject with my girls.

I invite you to learn more by visiting Raise a Giant where you can read letters from parents, watch their helpful video and join in.

As always, I hope you found this post helpful. I invite you to share in comments if you've had to talk with your kids about bullying .

Disclosure: The information and prize pack have been provided by Green Giant® through MyBlogSpark. Thank you General Mills for making a $25 donation in MY WAHM Plan's name to the Pacer's Center for Bully Prevention.

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