9 Immediate Ways to Help Your Child Avoid Being Bullied - A Self-Esteem & Bullying Expert's Guide

Save your valuable time, energy, and concern with this “crash course” cheat sheet that provides 9 immediate tips to prevent your child or teen from being bullied. Find out what you need to know right now about the connection between low self-esteem and bullying. The tips are put plainly and compassionately by the author, a Self-Esteem & Bullying Expert who is also an Adolescent Coach and Mom of 3. More
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About Angela Skebba

Angela is a Certified Adolescent Self-Esteem Coach; certified through the Character and Self-Esteem Institute (CASE). She has been coaching children and teens formally and informally for 10+ years.

Parents hire Angela to help their kids build self-esteem + confidence, develop resilience, and combat bullying issues – as a preventive measure or in response to a full-blown crisis.

She has mastered bully-proofing concepts through a variety of programs including Brett Lechtenberg’s Anti-Bullying Program, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy’s Bullyproof system, and Ray Mathis’ Mental and Emotional Karate.

In her former work as a Bachelor’s prepared nurse, she spent 8 years working with at-risk kids and teens in hospital and school settings.

Angela graduated summa cum laude (high honors) with her MBA. She is results-oriented and a creative problem solver, and you can expect the same working with her.

Angela’s compassion and empathy for bullying, self-esteem, and resilience issues stem from 3 years of bullying that she herself experienced in middle school and her ability to bounce back.

Her (minor) obsession with self-improvement has led to many years and countless hours studying self-esteem, relationship building, communication, parenting, and goal setting.

As a wife and mother of 3 children, Angela understands that parenting is often messy + hard. Her comfortable demeanor and perceptive nature help clients feel understood and that they are not alone in their struggles.

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