Prevent Child Abuse America offers a brief and very useful summary of ways to detect and respond to peer abuse and bullying. These topics come up often when we are speaking to parents about child abuse. While different, they still leave a child suffering in isolation, and tips used in their prevention can help discern if abuse of any type is occurring. For example, there are some benign questions to ask regularly as conversation starters that can help a child or teen reveal their predicament. Be sure to take a quick look at resources here.   (For the full issue in which this article appears, click here. )

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