Bullying can take several forms. It can be physical, verbal, emotional or sexual. Children can even be bullied because of their race. And with the advent of technology, bullying is no longer limited to the real world but can also happen in cyberspace.
As parents, we want to shield and protect our children from all the bad things in this world. But when they step out of our house, we can only do so much. In the case of bullying, how do you find out if your child is being bullied or determine if he/she is being a bully?
Here are the signs to watch out for.
On the other hand, your child may be bullying others when you spot the following signs:
Observe your child and look at the signs. Are they possibly being bullied by others? Are they possibly bullying others?
For more information, check out Bully, an award-winning, socially important documentary. It illustrates all the who, why, when, and how questions regarding bullying, and shows you how you could help save your child or another child’s life. “Kids will be kids, __ will be __” excuses are not acceptable. The internet makes victims feel it’s almost impossible to get away from their attackers. Over 13 million kids will be bullied this year alone, making it the most prominent violence experienced by youths in the nation. It needs to change.