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How to Handle Bullying

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  • Some students are hesitant of going to school mainly because they are afraid to be bullied. Bullying is a kind of issue that needs to be tackled right away, I have come up with a solution which I find very useful. I provided my son a safety service called panic button. It is an application that can be easily downloaded to all smart phones. You can check their site http://safekidzone.com/
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  • 1. How to Handle Verbal Attacks
  • 2. Wrong Way – Getting AngryBully insults a student (no cursing), trying to upset themTarget becomes frustrated, slowly becoming angrier and more upsetBully thinks it’s funny that the Target is getting so upset, and bullies them even more! Make sure you don’t laugh!
  • 3. Right Way – Staying Calm Bully insults a student (no cursing), trying to upset them Target lets the Bully know in lots of ways that it’s okay for them to call you names and that they can do it all day if they want to Target treats the Bully as if he/she were doing you a favor by letting you know what’s wrong with you Target responds with humor to an insult (if you think I’m ugly, you should see my sister!) When Bully stops insulting the student, Targets asks “are you finished? Are you sure? If you want to do it some more, I really don’t mind.”
  • 4. How to Handle Rumors
  • 5. Wrong Way – Getting UpsetStudent comes up to you, telling you about a rumor they heard about youTarget becomes more and more upset and argues with him, insisting it’s not true Wants to find out who started the rumorStudent who told you about the rumor thinks it’s funny how you’re becoming upset, and doesn’t give you a lot of information
  • 6. Right Way – Staying CalmStudent comes up to you, telling you about a rumor they heard about youTarget asks “do you believe it?” If he says “no,” say “good” If he says “yes,” or “I don’t know,” say “you can believe whatever you want.”If he asks “but is it true?” Repeat: “you can believe whatever you want.”
  • 7. How to Coercion to Choose Between Friends
  • 8. Wrong Way – Begging, PleadingStudent A tells Student B “if you are really my friend, you won’t be friends with Kelly”Student B responds with “oh, please don’t make me choose.” “it’s not fair! You can’t ask me not to be friends with Kelly!” “okay, I won’t be her friend.”
  • 9. Right WayStudent A tells Student B “if you are really my friend, you won’t be friends with Kelly”Student B responds with “I’ll always consider you my friend, but if you can’t be my friend because of Kelly, I will understand.”