"For parents and educators, bullying is a critical issue with no clear-cut prevention method. How do you protect a child from the cruely of others and how can a bullied child walk away without feeling defensive or ashamed? Pickert's plan comes down to more than just a dad in a skirt. It's an approach that translates across borders, both physical and theoretical: If a child is attacked for being different, don't leave them hanging. Be different with them." Read the whole article here.
One of my favorite books for teaching children about accepting others is My Princess Boy, by Cheryl Kilodavis.
Do you know a child who has been bullied? How did you handle it?