Bullying a child gets the victim either aggressive and agonized or depressed and apprehensive, and in some cases both the things happen too. A few examples, a child who was excited to go to the school suddenly feels tearful to get there; or he doesn’t like to play with a group and keeps avoiding them. Such instances are indicators that they are being bullied.
If your little one is being bullied and you want to stop it, here’s how to teach your child how to deal with a bully.
Identify the bully: Being mocked or teased by older siblings or friends is also identified as bullying. At times it is harmless fun, but it becomes hurtful or unkind, it turns into bullying and fullstop needs to be applied to this
Take Immediate Action: Once You identify the bully, act immediately before things slip out of your hands. Also remember, that the longer bully over powers a victim, so get your child rid of it.
Take help: Talk to your husband or wife and discuss the same with the teachers. Help rendered can become more effective and at a larger scale as the supportive environment will become larger.
Assure your Company: Child victims always feel lonely and powerless. So, assure the child of your cooperation and support. Stay connected with them to make them understand that come what may, they have you at back.
Encourage Your Child: Whatever, your child does, encourage him or her by appreciating the effort so their moral is boosted. At the same time, teach them to stay positive and ignore the bullies.