Bee Friendly Family helps kids recognize, prevent and recover from bullying…before it’s too late. It’s a proactive Netflix-like program for parents and their children.

Bee Friendly Family is a digital home program that helps children recognize, prevent and recover from bullying. Cool video lessons equip kids to deal with bullying—their emotions, identity and inward hurts. Plus, you’ll love how it connects kids to you in a powerful way!

It’s super fun! It’s super simple! It gets results!

Licensed Professional Counselors

Answer Real Questions from Parents and Students


How do I tell if my child is being bullied?

What do I look for in my child who is thinking about suicide?

What if I just don’t know what to do?

Additional Questions Answered

What do I do if my child says they’re being bullied?

How do I talk to my child about the bullying they might be going through?

What if the school doesn’t listen to the bullying warnings?

How do I find the balance between “we are going to deal with this” and “this is too much we’re changing schools?

How do I not make decisions or react based on my own past hurt/experiences?

What if my child has been blamed for not saying anything to their counselor or teachers. But it’s because they’re afraid of retaliation. How can I encourage them? 

How long should I allow myself to stop fuming before confronting the teacher, school or administration?

Is it too much to ask the school to tell me when my child is bullied?

How do I address my child wanting to be nice and afraid they’ll seem mean if they say no and set boundaries? 

How do I help my child who is a “people pleaser”?

How do I help my child who’s told “no” not feel rejected?

If parents don’t recognize when they have a child who is a bully, what is the best way to communicate that to them?

What angers children the most?

How do I handle it when my child IS the bully?

Not everyone who my child encounters will be nice or teat them with kindness, how can I help them define the difference between unkindness and bullying?

How many situations should I allow my child to experience before I reach out to the school? How do I best equip a child during this process?

What is the best way to approach a situation when I find out there’s bullying involved? Who should my first point of contact be?

At what point should I consider professional counseling for my child?

Specifically for Kids

When kids say mean things that make me feel sad, or bad — what are 3 things I can do when I’m alone and remembering

those mean hurtful things over and over again in my mind or seeing them posted?

What do I do when I feel like NO ONE — not even my parents – understand how bad I feel?

How do I to talk with my friend when they start to bully me or won’t stick up for me when they see me get bullied?

How do I tell my parent that I am being bullied? Especially if I’m afraid by telling them they will get upset, contact the school and it will just make it worse?

How do I not believe what a bully tells me?

Many parents wonder if their child is being bullied. Children may say they don’t want to go to school without reason. They may start acting up. They may withdraw. If you do find out your child is being bullied, the next struggle is getting them to tell the principal or counselor. Children are often afraid kids will find out and the bullying will get worse – not better. Sometimes, talking to the school can cause frustration because it seems like the staff has a lack of training, knowledge or understanding when it comes to bullying. You and your child can feel hopeless. Even when your child is not part of bullying, they can be affected. Your child may be seeing other kids at school being bullied which can produce fear that one day they will be the next target of bullying.

Is there any hope that the bullying will stop? 

Will my child be ok?

Yes! Bee Friendly Family makes it so simple!

Bee Friendly Family is a digital program designed for parents/care-givers and their children. It’s super fun for kids. It’s super simple for parents. It gets results!

Wouldn’t it be great… If your kids told you what’s ‘really’ happening at school? If they had communication skills to talk with their teachers, principal and counselors? If they were super secure in who they are, so nothing could take that away? If their fear was turned into confidence? If they were equipped to know just what to do if they saw bullying, were a victim of bullying or discovered that they were bullying others?


Bullying creates stress induced illness. Bullying can result in physical injury, social and emotional distress, and even death. Read more from the CDC here Children being bullied, bystanders watching bullying and families of children involved in bullying are all affected by the stress produced. The US Government shares the concern. Read more from the US National Institute of Heath here.

As a Parent, How Can You 

Best Equip Your Child?

We’ll walk with you every step of the way to
equip your child and create connection.


We understand today’s busy parent—we do the heavy lifting so you don’t have to.


Watch Daily Watch on any device! It’s kid-friendly. It’s cool. It’s engaging. It’s quick. 5 min or less!
Prepare We help your child know their worth, value and have a place they know they Beelong.
Connect We create the conversation for your child to communicate with you.
Overcome We help you overcome obstacles that you or your child might face.
Equip We equip your child with knowledge and strategies to help them deal with bullying.
Support We have a private support group where you can ask questions and get answers.

Busy? We get that!

Watch Bee Friendly on any device at any time! Before bed, during breakfast or driving to school!

We make it simple! So you can enjoy life!

“People buy into the leader first; then they buy into the vision. That has been true for me with the Bee Friendly Program. Bee Friendly’s Executive Director, Kristi Kennedy, has thoroughly impressed me with her servant leadership. I admire her always-thorough preparation, relentless work ethic, selfless passion to serve others, and humble confidence to empower team members! In turn, I have fully bought into the Bee Friendly vision: To combat bullying and to improve children’s self-images through positive encouragement!” Scott Hoover Stier

District Director, Representative Matt Krause

One dad shared how he reads the Bee Affirmed cards to his two little girls each night. Saying, “You’re Valuable, You’re Worthy, Your Ideas Matter, I Beelieve in You, You’re Important” and more. His wife said through tears, “It’s transformed our home.” An Awesome Dad!