Bullying is a prevalent issue in children’s lives and is rarely fully realized because of a fear that the child will be seen as weak or different, or that action wouldn’t be done to prevent it.
Instances of bullying are different for every child, but similar factors can be seen throughout cases, including learning differences, anxiety, and not fitting in with what is considered normal.
Kayla Tayor wrote a book called “Canaries Among Us,” and dives deeper into the underlying causes that make bullying more and more prevalent.
One example she states is how bullying becomes a cycle.
She also talks further about learning differences, and how not understanding what a child is dealing with can cause further issues later on in life.
More information about her book or message can be found on her website at kaylataylorwrites.com.