How do you help your child deal with bullying at school?
Bullying is widespread in many schools, and if your child is being bullied it could affect his or her well-being.
I have dealt with this problem with all of my children in grade school and high school, the best thing to do is to go down to the school and speak with the principal face to face. Request a meeting with the parents of the child who is causing problems. I’ll be honest, every time I requested a meeting with the parents of the child who was causing problems the parent would never show up, because they knew that their child was the problem. Some parents called me by phone to apologize on their child’s behalf as well. School should be a place where children can receive an education in peace. Hopefully the following link will provide information as well. Best wishes! http://swilliams.hubpages.com/hub/bulliesintheclassroom
Thanks for responding and sharing your experiences on how you helped your children to deal with bullying at school..
Your welcome! I hope it helps. I will tell you that most kids that are picked on in school end up becoming very successful. And some kids end up in a lot of trouble because they don't know how to deal with the problem. You are on the right track
That is a good Q & A because I thought about how the school deals with children who have that problem. Some probably think it is the grandmother's fault because of the linage associated with behavior when she was growing up. You agree?
I had that issue with my child I tired talking to the teachers and that did not work out so my son handled the bullying in his own way. Since then he as more friends than had expected
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