Prevention or the cure?
A question for you - is it better to wait for an event to happen and deal with the outcome or prevent it from happening in the first place?
Is 'just' worrying good enough when:
50% of adult mental health issues start before 14.
The UK's children are amongst the unhappiest in the world.
1.5 million children were bullied last year and long-term effects include mental health issues and thinking about suicide.
Why would we leave things to chance?
It's a touchy subject, bullying, but do we really want to wait until our children actually experience and have to decide how to deal with it, or give them the tools to be able to be happier, more confident and resilient to bullying from the outset?
It's a no brainer!
Meet Simon Benn, a Children's Happiness Coach, who after a recent survey discovered that 46% of parents worry often or all the time about their children's future happiness.
Help your child to be happier, more confident and resilient to bullying is a FREE event held by Simon on 17th March - proudly supported by Wetherbyhour.
Held at John Lewis, Leeds
Find out how Simon can help your child put a lid on the bullies with a proven way to empower your child - book your FREE place today here - but be quick, this is a LIMITED event with only 15 spaces available.
Simon says 'After working with 1,200 7 to 11 year olds over the last 4 and a half years has shown me protecting your child is easier then you might think'.
Jo Maltby of Wetherbyhour added 'Bullying is never ok, in whatever form it carries. This is a topic we feel very strongly about and can't commend Simon enough for the work he is doing with our future generations. We are thoroughly delighted to be able to support his free event.'