7 Surefire Ways To Bullyproof Your Child!

Kebira’s Wisdom 2

Hi guys,

This part can be kinda hard to do. As maybe, some of you have experienced. Having to ignore the bully… the right way.HeadShotSaani-BW-400

You can’t just leave with your head down because then you’re like a human magnet. Drawing other bullies to you. They will come because they can sense that you are alone, maybe sad and hurt and definitely an easy target for them. Therefore, when you are walking away, you have to show no emotion (kind of like a robot), walk tall, and obviously don’t listen to them. Just like my dad said.

Moreover, you probably should not give a smart comeback because they will feel like they’ve just got “owned.” They want to see you be affected, not them. If they resort to pushing and shoving you, be the better person. Follow the golden rule: Treat others how you would like to be treated. So that obviously means not to go down to the bully’s level.

Whatever they say to you, try not to take it too personally.  Sure, they might say something like “You’re a nobody so no wonder you don’t have any friends.” Or they could disrespect your family. But you have to remember that maybe they get bullied at home by their parents so they just randomly chose someone to take their anger out on. That person being you. You never really know the full story.

In the conflict handling worksheet, my two favorites and the ones that I personally use are number 4 and number 6: Compromising and Waiting for the waters to calm. I like to compromise because it’s a win-win for both parties. Everyone loves that don’t they? Also I like to just walk away for a little bit so then both parties can get their emotions in check. Because I can get a bit emotional (ok maybe a lot)

This part can be kinda hard to do. As maybe, some of you have experienced. Having to ignore the bully… the right way.

You can’t just leave with your head down because then you’re like a human magnet. Drawing other bullies to you. They will come because they can sense that you are alone, maybe sad and hurt and definitely an easy target for them. Therefore, when you are walking away, you have to show no emotion (kind of like a robot), walk tall, and obviously don’t listen to them. Just like my dad said.

Moreover, you probably should not give a smart comeback because they will feel like they’ve just got “owned.” They want to see you be affected, not them. If they resort to pushing and shoving you, be the better person. Follow the golden rule: Treat others how you would like to be treated. So that obviously means not to go down to the bully’s level.

Whatever they say to you, try not to take it too personally.  Sure, they might say something like “You’re a nobody so no wonder you don’t have any friends.” Or they could disrespect your family. But you have to remember that maybe they get bullied at home by their parents so they just randomly chose someone to take their anger out on. That person being you. You never really know the full story.

In the conflict handling worksheet, my two favorites and the ones that I personally use are number 4 and number 6: Compromising and Waiting for the waters to calm. I like to compromise because it’s a win-win for both parties. Everyone loves that don’t they? Also I like to just walk away for a little bit so then both parties can get their emotions in check. Because I can get a bit emotional (ok maybe a lot) 

This part can be kinda hard to do. As maybe, some of you have experienced. Having to ignore the bully… the right way.

You can’t just leave with your head down because then you’re like a human magnet. Drawing other bullies to you. They will come because they can sense that you are alone, maybe sad and hurt and definitely an easy target for them. Therefore, when you are walking away, you have to show no emotion (kind of like a robot), walk tall, and obviously don’t listen to them. Just like my dad said.

Moreover, you probably should not give a smart comeback because they will feel like they’ve just got “owned.” They want to see you be affected, not them. If they resort to pushing and shoving you, be the better person. Follow the golden rule: Treat others how you would like to be treated. So that obviously means not to go down to the bully’s level.

Whatever they say to you, try not to take it too personally.  Sure, they might say something like “You’re a nobody so no wonder you don’t have any friends.” Or they could disrespect your family. But you have to remember that maybe they get bullied at home by their parents so they just randomly chose someone to take their anger out on. That person being you. You never really know the full story.

In the conflict handling worksheet, my two favorites and the ones that I personally use are number 4 and number 6: Compromising and Waiting for the waters to calm. I like to compromise because it’s a win-win for both parties. Everyone loves that don’t they? Also I like to just walk away for a little bit so then both parties can get their emotions in check. Because I can get a bit emotional (ok maybe a lot) 

 when I’m having an argument about something that I feel strongly about.

Until the next chapter,

Au revoir amis

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Faisal Khattak

Kebira’s Wisdom 2 January 25, 2014


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