Signs of a child being bullied
Some children may not know that others are bullying them, but what they do realize is that they do not feel comfortable when exposed to certain situations, or they do not like to talk to some people, and some signs may also appear on a child who is a victim of bullying, such as bruising or loss of some personal belongings or may Someone suffers from headaches or stomachaches and nightmares, and may even result in refusing to go to school and lowering his educational level.
What do you do when your child is bullied?: Solve the problem with the school
When the incident of bullying is linked to the school, the father must talk with the teacher, to discuss the problem with him and find solutions, and in the event that the teacher is unable to solve this problem, he must go to the school principal, inform him of what happened to the child and ask him to solve the problem.
Strengthening the child’s self-confidence
Solving the problem of bullying is not only related to the school but to the home as well, as parents should enhance the child’s confidence in himself, give him positive and constructive feedback on his positive actions, while enabling him to learn new and different skills, which enhances his confidence.
Talk to the child
Parents should give the child an opportunity to talk about what he feels without interrupting him and helping him when needed, which helps encourage the child to tell parents everything he is going through during his day, including being bullied by others, which helps to solve the problem.
What do you do if your child is a bully?
Determining whether or not a child is a bully is not easy, but some signs may appear such as refusal to involve certain children in home, school or sports activities, stubbornness, imitating erratic or dysfunctional parenting behavior, unwarranted possession of video games and behaving violently With kids.
After confirming the previous signs, parents should not feel afraid or upset, but they should try to treat this problem in their children through:
Encourage the child to put himself in the other person’s shoes and think about how he might feel.
Develop a plan with the child to make things right, such as offering a face-to-face apology or writing a letter to the bullied child.
Parents must also understand why their child is bullying others to treat the problem, such as trying in this way to increase his self-confidence, and here parents must enhance the child’s confidence in himself and teach him to respect the feelings of others.
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