Bullying has existed for decades. It is not new, but in recent times has had a high degree of relevance for the psychological implications that have been detected in children more consciously. How can we help our children avoid being part of this?
The term refers to bullying, and it is the manifestations of physical or verbal violence in a recurring and intentional way in which a child is subjected by his schoolmates, many times without apparent cause, and is carried out only by showing some power or greater strength towards the child they bother, thus achieving a misunderstood status or domain by the aggressor.
The manifestations of bullying are many: closing the door to the child so that he does not enter the classroom, hit him, kick him, threaten him, make fun of him, insult him, break his things, throw away school supplies, steal objects or materials, to his person, isolate him from the group, and many more that create an atmosphere of tension, anxiety, depression and sadness in the battered child that can have repercussions for life by being a victim of these acts.
There are many theories about the causes of why a child may become abusive, ranging from the child's learning of these behaviors at home, where an environment of aggression may prevail (toward the mother, towards the father, towards the siblings, to neighbors or even to pets), and theories that indicate that the aggressor child has a very great insecurity and finds this behavior as the only way to overcome his own feelings.
On the other hand, victims have generally been detected as those children who are different from the rest, either because of their mature behavior, because of a disability or physical trait, because they are shy or visibly insecure, and are therefore detected as easy targets Of harassing.
What is important is that the responsibility of the parents should be centered in knowing their children, and knowing if they can meet a victim or a perpetrator at home, speak openly with them and correct situations as soon as possible before it affects the child. boy. It is also possible to motivate children who are spectators or who witness acts of bullying with their comrades to denounce it, not to remain silent and to cultivate and share empathy with the children affected, trying to create an environment that in the future Will help create more and better social relationships in their personal and professional lives.
Because education is a joint responsibility that will determine the success or failure of our children.
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