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Unfortunately, bullying is a problem that keeps on plaguing the lives of many students daily. This post by The Tutoring Center, Columbus, focuses on how important it is for parents to teach their children how to resolve conflicts by avoiding the use of violence and without taunting others.

Let Go of Ideas from the Past

It's pretty common to hear parents giving advice to their children and still preach things like, "If they hit you once, hit them twice as hard to stand up for yourself." While these suggestions often stem from the anger and frustration of seeing their children hurt, the correct belief should be to teach them to defend themselves without using violence. Here are some tips to put into practice.

Treating Others with Respect and Kindness

Indicate your children to treat others the same way they want to be treated, even that cruel child at school. Why? An evil child treated with kindness will not understand what is happening since their cruelty has become their coping mechanism to shield their feelings and attract attention.

Keep the Situation from Escalating

Tell them constantly to avoid the cruel child as much as possible, and make sure someone always accompanies your children. See if there's a friend, neighbor, or relative their age at school that can keep an eye on them and spends time with them at school. If this doesn't go as planned, reach out to their teacher politely and see if you can come up with a way to alleviate your child's situation at school. This gesture can make a huge difference and help your child feel safe and sheltered.

Ignoring Hurtful Comments

The bravest thing they can do is ignore and walk away from the cruel child's antics and taunting. Lastly, don't hesitate to congratulate your children every time they tell you about these things or shares what's going on in their life.

If your child struggles with some academic subjects or has a challenging time grappling with their lessons, contact The Tutoring Center, Columbus, at (614) 459-0091 and book a free diagnostic assessment for tutoring in Columbus.


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