After Relentless Bullying

Bullying is getting out of control… Moms and dads play an essential function in preventing and reacting to bullying. If you understand or believe that your kid is associated with bullying, there are numerous resources that might assist.

Recognize the warning signs that your child is involved in bullying. They could be being bullied, bullying others, or witnessing bullying. Although these signs might signify other issues, you should speak with your kid if they show any sort of behavioral or emotional modifications.

Often times kids won’t request aid, so it is important to understand exactly what to look for. If your child is at immediate risk of harming himself or others, get help right now. Below is  story for a student who took her own life after being bullied

Honor Student Killed Herself After Relentless Bullying

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there is a strong connection between bullying and suicide. As parents we seek to provide the open communications with our children, however, sometimes parents are the last to know some of the deep rooted pain their children are enduring.

During my classes when the students are stretching I will ask the questions “How is school going? are the children nice? and are there any bullying at your school?” This simple nonintrusive question will allow the children to open up and repress their feelings and open up a dialogue.

 

http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/Teen-Honor-Student-Killed-Herself-After-Relentless-Bullying-Family-Says-407818955.htmlTeen Honor Student Killed Herself After Relentless Bullying, Family Says – NBC Chicago To everyone around her, China Howard seemed fine. But Howard was being bullied at school, so severely her family believes it led the 13-year-old girl to take her own life. Now, they’re sharing her story in hopes that it will help others. Regina …

 

 

 

 

We often think only children was exposed to bullying. However, workplace bullying is frighteningly common and takes a huge toll on our organizations. Research from Dr. Judy Blando (University of Phoenix) has proven that almost 75% of employees surveyed had been impacted by work environment bullying, whether as a target or a witness.

Don’t Count On Anti-Bullying Laws Being Enacted Under The Next president…

https://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSimMTyZ7h3co627qJy1J52AMWT6tFSbemvxlV8RhYkBdcfEAVicjFs8mGxPRlqhhYEDHw7NtUDon’t Count On Anti-Bullying Laws Being Enacted Under The Next … – Above the Law Despite the need for anti-bullying laws, columnist Richard Cohen predicts that they will wither on the vine – for now.

Parents play a huge role in modeling for our children, and the article below speaks to the prevention of children becoming bullies.

http://www.pressconnects.com/story/news/ask-amy/2017/01/07/ask-amy-bullied-child-becomes-bullied-husband/96302442/Ask Amy: Bullied child becomes bullied husband – Press & Sun-Bulletin Press & Sun I am now realizing that this long-ago bullying might be shaping my reactions to her outbursts. I feel I am being bullied all over again, and have been for a huge chunk of our married life. I’m mystified as to why she can’t see the pain she causes when …

 

 

 

 

 

After reading these articles, what steps are you going to take to ensure your child is safe and yourself at work?

 

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