3 New Years Resolutions To Help Reduce Bullying in Your Child’s Life

Here is a way to help your child(ren) be happier in the New Year.


As a parent, include one or all of the following in your New Years Resolution:

1. Ask everyday what is going on in your child’s life and then be a good listener.

2. Give more compliments than criticisms – In fact, make the ratio at least 3 to 1.

3. Reward your child at least once a day for a positive thing you noticed.


Resolve to stick to the above New Years Resolution Suggestions for 21 days. After that, studies show you will be in the habit of doing them and they will become automatic.


Q: Why Will These Powerful New Years Resolutions Reduce Bullying?

A: Your connection with your children will increase in positive ways you never imagined possible. Your children will become more confident and willingly share problem situations with you so you can talk them out before they turn into bullying situations!


Tip: Vow to keep your New Years Resolutions by placing an elastic band on your wrist as a reminder.

Happy New Year to you and your children!


Learn more about how to reduce bullying by going to  www.standupagainstbullying.com


One response to “3 New Years Resolutions To Help Reduce Bullying in Your Child’s Life

  1. I think this is a great idea. I find that many parents try to help there children through criticism to the point that it is practically bullying. If a child losses confidence at home, then what chance do they have at school and in the world.
    As we grow, we hear all about what we do wrong and nothing when we do right, it is a great practice to tell not only your children, but everyone around you when they have done something well. Everyone needs a little acknoledgement once in a while.

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