Twitter Chat: Let’s Talk about Bullying


You’re invited! 

The Mother Company is hosting a twitter chat about bullying, and welcomes you to join!

Recently, a new study published in the journal Psychological Science links victims of early childhood bullying to a troubled adulthood. These days, several harrowing stories of teenage Americans committing suicide due to consistent torment are making the headlines.

Parents today are naturally on the alert.

What can parents do to support their children in the face of bullying? How to guide a bullying child away from his/her aggressive tendencies? What about the bully-victims (ie the bullied kids, who then turn to bullying themselves), said to be the most vulnerable set of kids?

Please join us with your questions and concerns on a thoughtful discussion on bullying and our young kids.

Joining our expert panel is:

Dr. Robyn Silverman is a child/teen development specialist. She is also an expert contributor to the book Bully, a companion guide to the acclaimed film of the same name.

WHAT: The Mother Company twitter chat to talk about bullying.

WHEN: Tuesday, October 8th at 1pmPT/4pmET

WHERE: Twitter! Search for hashtag: #MOCOchat and follow @TheMotherCo

WHO: All of us. Let’s learn how to guide our kids when it comes to bullying. Please invite your friends, and spread the word to your networks by tweeting: Join @TheMotherCo and @mocomama and follow #MOCOChat for roundtable twitter chat about bullying 10/8,1pmPT/4pmET

The Mother Company Founder and CEO Abbie Schiller is @mocomama

Please share any thoughts or questions you might have about  kids and bullying below in the comments section.  We love hearing from you!

The Mother Company aims to support parents and their children, providing thought-provoking web content and products based in social and emotional learning for children ages 3-6. Check out episodes of our “Ruby’s Studio” children’s video series,  along with our beautiful children’s booksappsmusichandmade dolls, and more.

*Any advice given is general in nature and not a substitute for treatment recommendations within the context of therapy with a licensed clinician.

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