* Recognize the many forms abuse can take--from playground name-calling to chat room cyber-slamming
*Detect whether your child is a victim of bullying and empower him to protect himself
* Combat such common (and dangerous) myths as "Boys will be boys . . ." and "Just ignore them and they'll go away"
* Help your child know what to do when he witnesses an incident
L* Know when it's time to step in and talk to other parents or teachers in order to protect your child--what to say and how to say it