Queen Bees and Wannabees


Few things are as painful as watching your daughter being excluded by “girl cliques.” But this is the reality of childhood, teen and adolescent life, even though it’s not right.

Bullying has been in the news a lot lately. But the kind that schools can clamp down on is overt bullying, in which children are taunted by a peer. Less obvious is the problem of relational aggression, in which a female bully systematically excludes another child. (Social exclusion is a form of bullying.)

In her book, Queen Bees and Wannabees, author Rosalind Wiseman shares her knowledge about helping your daughter survive cliques, gossip and the tug-of-war over boyfriends.

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