<p><span></span>It's not easy being a kid! <a href="http://dynamic.bauerpublishing.com/mt-search.fcgi?blog_id=2&tag=david%20arquette&limit=20&IncludeBlogs=2"><strong>David Arquette</strong></a> told <em>Life & Style</em> that classmates have bullied his and <a href="http://dynamic.bauerpublishing.com/mt-search.fcgi?blog_id=2&tag=courteney%20cox&limit=20&IncludeBlogs=2"><strong>Courteney Cox</strong></a>'s daughter, Coco, in the past. "She's been bullied," David revealed to <em>Life & Style</em> about the 7-year-old at the WWE Annual SummerSlam Kickoff party in LA on Aug. 11. "People have hurt her feelings."</p>
He went on to share his advice on how parents of bullied kids can deal with this type of situation. "You just have tell these kids that they're special," David told Life & Style. "They have a special gift nobody else has and they have a light inside of them."
What does he feel is the best way to handle it when it comes to children being taunted in school? "You definitely have to talk to the teachers and let people know what's happened," he confided. "It's really about making the teachers aware of it and bringing out in the open."
David has seen firsthand with his transgender sister Alexis Arquette just how mean others can be and has made it a point to learn how to accept everyone for who they are. "People are cruel on the Internet, they're cruel when you walk into a room and sit around and judge people," he said to Life & Style. "It's not the way I choose to live my life, and I really try to be respectful to people. I really try to embrace and appreciate everybody's differences."
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