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Bullying It consists on the repeated acts against one person or group. It is a common situation, more than people might think.

Bullying It consists on the repeated acts against one person or group. It is a common situation, more than people might think.

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  • As parents, we may not always know when a bully strikes our innocent kids. And sometimes, they might just keep their mouth shut about what happened, or they may even ask for help but nobody would bother for the reason that the bully might include him or her on his list.As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who find it quite hard to manage time, I found this great Safety Service which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. #SafekidZone, Check it here:
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  • Bullying is carried out in every level, at school, at work, at home, at games, at airports...
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  • 1. By Silvia SowaBullyingB ullying is abusing.It consists on the repeatedacts against one person orgroup. It is a commonsituation, more than peoplemight think.It involves attempting to create or enforce oneperson’s power over another person. It can bePhysical. Pushing, kicking, hitting, pinching and other formsof violence or threats.Verbal. Name-calling, sarcasm, spreading rumors, persistentteasing.Emotional. Excluding (sending to Coventry), tormenting,ridicule, humiliation.
  • 2. It can be the mix of all of them.It usually happens at schools.It includes not only the offender, buteven the witnesses and non activeparticipants.Who? Why? describes that childrenwho bully may seem to focus on onepresumed characteristic of a child.However, do remember that a child’salleged “difference” is not really thepoint of the bullying—bullies areplaying with power any way theycan. Children who are bright areoften bullied, as are children withlearning differences; tall children are bullied, as are small ones.Anything goes, but in our experience, bullying is often: Racist. Racial taunts, graffiti, gestures. Sexual. Unwanted physical contact or abusive comments. Homophobic. Any hostile or offensive action against lesbians, gay males or bisexuals or those perceived to be lesbian, gay or bisexual. Abuse of the vulnerable. For example, children with physical disabilities, on the autism spectrum, or with special educational needs. We also see bullying in children who are careers, children who have suffered a death in the family.
  • 3. Signs… Low self esteem Depression Isolation Poor academic achievement Change of mood Be frightened all the time Become anxious, distressed Stop eating Cry, have nightmares, sleep more than normal Come regularly with clothes destroyed Be unwilling to go to school Begin truanting Have possessions missing Fill ill in the morning
  • 4. What to do?Listen to your child, teenager, friend….take itseriouslyAsk him/her directlyBe aware of signsKeep a diary of incidentsTalk with teachers, directorsGet together with other parents to organizeways to stop bullyingHelp your child make friendsAsk for help to organizations, take courses, get informed The important thing here is to stop bullying!!!