AVON, Ohio - Parents and community members in Avon are welcome to attend a bullying seminar at Avon Heritage North's Media Center at 7 p.m. Wednesday night.
Susan Fee, a counselor and regional coach, is the program's presenter.
She said bullying is different when it comes to boys and girls. For young boys, Fee says they tend to get in physical fights. Girls, on the other hand, use mental tactics to bully. For instance, excluding one another.
NewsChannel5 sat down with Fee to talk about warning signs parents can look out for among girls.
"Stomach aches, headaches, not wanting to eat. These may be signs that your girl may be struggling," said Fee.
Fee explained it's important to talk to your kids and ask them how they plan to handle a situation at school.
The seminar Wednesday night is free.