Bullying is one of those topics which, when it comes up, may raise alarm bells in our heads as we don’t want to see ourselves dealing with our own children being bullies
So where does bullying come from? As children grow up, not only are they developing into their personalities, but their thoughts and feelings are being influenced by a huge number of things – school friends, what they watch, games they play and information they hear.
When bullying behaviour arises, it could actually indicate that there are difficulties in the child’s world – such as strained family relationships, not performing well in school, issues with peers or poor self-esteem and self-confidence.
So while bullies can often appear to be strong and confident, their behaviour can be hiding their insecurities or anxieties.
When you first hear about bullying
While it is natural for parents to jump to their child’s defence and deny that they are capable of such negative behaviour, this can be detrimental in the long run for their own child.
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“Reprinted from all4women”