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Author Topic: My son has been bullied in school. What to do?

October 03, 2018, 11:06:50 AM
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worriedmom45


My son has been bullied in his school and it was long before I knew. I talked to his teacher and she assured me it won’t happen again but it did. The next time it happened, I already talked to the principal. He suspended the students who bullied my son but the bullying continued when the students get back to school. My son didn’t want to go to school anymore because of the trauma. Due to that, I transferred him to a foreign and costly school which I believe won’t tolerate bullying. I don’t mind paying a large amount of money, as long as my son will feel comfortable. However, the problem now is that, my son won’t like going to school anymore no matter how hard I convince him. What should I do?

October 03, 2018, 07:01:10 PM
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My son has been bullied in his school and it was long before I knew. I talked to his teacher and she assured me it won’t happen again but it did. The next time it happened, I already talked to the principal. He suspended the students who bullied my son but the bullying continued when the students get back to school. My son didn’t want to go to school anymore because of the trauma. Due to that, I transferred him to a foreign and costly school which I believe won’t tolerate bullying. I don’t mind paying a large amount of money, as long as my son will feel comfortable. However, the problem now is that, my son won’t like going to school anymore no matter how hard I convince him. What should I do?

I could imagine that this is heartbreaking to hear but unfortunately, I have no experience with this, I'm hoping you can get some answers!

October 04, 2018, 01:33:46 PM
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worriedmom45


Hi @goodevening ! Thanks but I'm getting an advice from my parents and friends.

October 04, 2018, 08:36:17 PM
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goodevening


Hi @goodevening ! Thanks but I'm getting an advice from my parents and friends.

Glad to hear it, let us know how you get on @worriedmom45 !

December 20, 2018, 03:08:38 PM
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I'm not Not kidding. But Train your kid to kick ass. Sure, it's not "enlightened" and he'll probably get some slack for any retaliation, buttit's not like it's "real" punishment. Put him in judo or something that doesn't focus on direct strikes (a broken nose is sympathy... putting a bully in an arm lock is hilarious).