The Morning Edition - K-W | Apr 11, 2013 | 8:48

Parents ties with kids key to dealing with bullying and depression

Diane McGregor, with K-W Counselling Services, says having an open dialogue your kids is the most effective way to deal with bullying and depression at home. It makes them feel safe and willing to discuss their private lives.

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