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Anything Goes: kids can be cruel,need advice. ta


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klucas
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Thu, Oct 04, 2012 9:54am
kids can be cruel,need advice. ta
My little girl is a very shy little girl with the biggest heart and ever sense she started at the school shes in last year the children have been so mean to her examples telling her shes ugly,takeing her lunch,pulling pieces of her hair out and more,i tell her that there not happy with her self and i refuse tell her to be mean back becouse thats not
the values i want to install in my child but shes now not any more and has asked me if she ugly cause her friend said she was.any saggestion would help dont want this affecting her self asteem and school dont seem to care.




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2AsGrandma
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Thu, Oct 04, 2012 6:37pm
That is horrible. She is a beautiful young girl, I would love to have her hair, it's gorgeous. This is a definite act of bullying, and I would demand the principle do something NOW. I would also confront the parents of the other children involved. May not be the best advice, but that's what I would do.
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Thu, Oct 04, 2012 6:42pm
When my step-daughter was in first grade, every time she come home from school, she always say " I wish I look like you mommy 'coz you're pretty and I'm not". We told her she's pretty and smart. We asked her if somebody at school is being mean to her, she said no, but later on we found out that other kids from her class and upper grades were being mean to her. they told her she's ugly and they pushed her. So my hubby wrote a letter to the teacher about it and my brother-in-law (who always picked her up from school) talked to the teacher. So every time school is over the teacher watched her until she will be picked up.
We talked and explained to her that she's pretty and don't listen whatever those kids says because its not true. Now, she's in second grade and doing fine in school.
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Jennelp78
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Thu, Oct 04, 2012 7:15pm
bullys
It gets worse as they get older.
It may even turn into hitting,
And violence.

In this world today, you have
To teach you're children to stick up
For themselves, or else the "bully"
Sees them as an easy target, and will
Continue to do it.

I completely understand where your
Coming from and not want you're
Child to be mean back, but as adults
Even, if we don't stick up for ourselves
We get hurt or taken advantage
Of.
My first step would be to take it
To the teacher, if nothing, the principal, then
The parent.
If it continues you let your child
Handle it....if she's called ugly, tell
Her to ask the girl if she's looked in
The mirror latley, cause she's pretty
Sure it's not quite Halloween yet:)

Or the positive response...
Bully: your so ugly!
Child called ugly says " Yea, I guess
We all can't be as fabulous as you
Well...have a nice day..b.t.w. I LOVE
You're shoes :-)"
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BALIMUSE33
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Thu, Oct 04, 2012 8:24pm
I can relate cause my son first day of school was a nightmare for him,some kid started picking on him trying to say that my son said a curse word and told him he was a bad boy, my son was telling the boy he didnt say any bad word so he ignored him. Second day again the boy tried using that same excuse about my son cursing second time made him cry. I adk my son what happend and he finally opened up and told me about the bully I came up to the teacher and told her what had happend teacher said she wasnt aware
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BALIMUSE33
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Thu, Oct 04, 2012 8:32pm
Of what was going on so I wrote the the incident fown by the day and where it took place.i told my son next time the boy acuse him of saying a bad word, I told him to go right up into his face and with a loud voice and tell him Stop lying. The next day the boy tried to do it again only my son stood up right in front of him and told him to stop lying the little boy got scare and told my son he was going to tell the teacher so my son with his confident yelled at him and told him go right ahead nd that was the end of it the little boy didnt bother him and couple of days lar
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BALIMUSE33
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Thu, Oct 04, 2012 8:37pm
Later they were friends.sometimes we have to teach our kids to do the right thing and sometimes it doesnt work so keep a journal in handy take notes of the incident,talk to the teacher,principle and parents make sure you write down the dates and time of each meeting if nothing works then tell yoyr daughtet to stand up to the bully and give permission to defend herself if she has too! Dont worry about authority cause you have proof of nothing happening in school part.
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*M-tegsxx
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 12:55am
im so sorry it is happening to your beautiful daughter, i pretty much agree with most of what balimuse33. be there for your daughter, make sure you tell her something along the lines of "im here supporting you", she may be feeling alone and may not automatically know you are on her side if shes really worrying about the situation, sometimes hearing that the parents is there for the child helps(i was bullied badly at school).xx
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 2:34am
Yes...children can be very very cruel.
So sorry your beautiful daughter is having
to go through this.

Robbi♥
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*M-Jess
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 5:53am
..well.

My daughter had a big issue last year with a bully. She called my daughter fat, ugly, she made fun of how my daughter dressed. The girl would not stop despite numerous complaints from myself & other parents. I told my daughter to defend herself however she could. I refuse to let my children be anyones punching bag. After my daughter stood up to her ONCE= it all stopped. A bully will keep on as long as their "victim" does nothing.
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