I was just having a conversation about this with some of my friends on FB. What do you teach your kids, as far as what to do if someone is constantly picking on you...and may even have hit your child. What if the school isn't taking the appropriate actions, and you feel your child is being over looked? Well, I was talking to people and I said what I firmly believe. First of all, I know one hundred percent sure that my kids would not bully anyone. Yes I know this because it's instilled in their brains. They know better, trust that. My best friend and I as teens were bullied, jumped, etc by a bunch of black girls that hated the fact that some of the black boys in school had crushes on us.And no I am not being prejudice, lol...just saying what happened. Well, I have taught my kids that no matter what happens to never start a fight just because they are using words to try and bring you down. I taught my kids not to care about what others have to say. I hope they feel secure enough to know that. Now, on another note....I also taught them if someone is to hit you, you hit them back...and you better hit them back ten times harder! If the school suspends them, or they get in trouble...I will stand up for my belief in never letting someone hit you. No way. If only my mother had taught me to fight, only when I should...trust me those girls would have never done what they did. People know how to pick on the weak. So yes, if someone hits my kids, they better go right back...or they will be known as the weak kid, and be the one to easily be targeted. When your kid gets beat up constantly, other kids see this...and the cycle continues. I am someone that is stronger now because of what I went through, and I dont take any BS from anyone. So one good thing came out of it. But I wish my mother had taught me to stand up for myself, only if needed.
Answer by BradenIsMySon at 5:35 PM on Apr. 20, 2011
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