Physical ailments such as headaches and stomachaches are other possible indicators. Take note if your child frequently visits the nurse with these symptoms. Stress and anxiety from bullying might be the cause.
Children who experience bullying might also become clingy, develop a fear of certain people, express that they aren't "good enough," or become afraid to be alone.
Bullying is a serious issue and should not be tolerated. If you feel your child is displaying signs of being bullied, you can do something to help. Read these 8 ways to bully-proof your child, communicate with your child's teacher, and educate yourself on the anti-bullying laws and legislation in your state. Visit stopbullying.gov for more information on how to get help and talk to your child.