Bullying at School

Bullying at School

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Your Child is not designed naturally for bullying. He/She does not have intrinsic defense mechanism for Anti-bullying, hence such incidents can have very serious adverse effects on him/her. This is a very serious issue and can damage his / her emotional and physical well-being. Sometimes it can be irreversible loss. No matter what you do sometimes some damages cannot be reversed unless you take timely action!

So what is exactly Bullying?

This is a set of actions that are repetitive in nature, characterized by aggressive behavior against your child by one or more individuals, aimed at causing harm, fear or distress to you child. Why do people bully your child? Well that is not the topic here and neither should your focus be to change the whole world of children and stop them for bullying. There is of course a solution to it but not at your individual level.

Your focus is and should be to PROTECT YOUR CHILD from bullying, meaning thereby to make him/her bullying-proof, providing him/her with an invisible protective jacket. This Jacket should protect his/her inner-self, emotional and physical well-being and slowly develop an inertness towards outside factors like bullying.

Bullying can take various forms, including verbal, physical, social, and cyberbullying.

Types of Bullying:

  • Verbal Bullying: This involves name-calling, teasing, taunting, and using hurtful words or threats.
  • Physical Bullying: Physical bullying includes hitting, kicking, pushing, or any form of physical harm.
  • Social Bullying: Also known as relational bullying, it involves spreading rumors, excluding someone from social activities, or damaging a person’s reputation.
  • Cyberbullying: Bullying through digital means, such as social media, text messages, or online platforms.

Signs of Bullying:

It’s essential to be aware of signs that a student may be experiencing bullying. These signs can include:

  • Sudden changes in behavior, mood, or academic performance.
  • Frequent complaints of physical ailments (e.g., stomachaches, headaches) to avoid school.
  • Social withdrawal or loss of interest in activities they once enjoyed.
  • Unexplained bruises or injuries.
  • Decreased self-esteem or self-confidence.
  • Changes in eating or sleeping patterns.
  • Loss of personal belongings or damaged property.

If you notice one or more of the above signs, you must take professional help from a Counsellor Psychotherapist. You are NOT expected to be fully qualified and equipped to provide the necessary protection to your child against bullying and other external factors that can damage the child psyche.

Call us now at 931 984 5999, book your appointment today and get the shield necessary for your child that will make him / her kick-down all bullying attempts against him/her like a child’s play!

Why make your child suffer when there is a solution under Psychotherapy Science !!!



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