Why You Should Read Odd Girl Out
Sometimes parents forget what it is like to be a kid, and don’t recall the stress and pressure they faced growing up. Even if you haven’t forgotten, your daughter may think you don’t understand what she is going through; she may find it difficult to express the magnitude of her distress when she is in a situation where she is being bullied by other girls. Part of the problem may be that she is afraid you may handle things wrong, causing her more grief with her peers.
Reading Odd Girl Out will give you the tools to start a conversation about female bullying with your daughter, and help you to assist your daughter in dealing with it in the best possible way.
What Parents Will Learn From Odd Girl Out
- the truth about how girls express anger
- how cliques work
- why popularity is important to girls
- bullying based on race and economic background
- how schools view girl bullying
- how bullying affects girls of all ages
- the tools to help girls make peace with conflicts and deal with aggression
- how to approach your daughter on the subject of bullying
- effective methods for dealing with the problem of bullying