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My daughter is consently bullied.
I've had enough!!


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#51 Missy Shelby

Posted 08 May 2012 - 07:22 PM

QUOTE (BadCat @ 12/12/2011, 12:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I loathe the attitude that you should let it slide to keep the peace.  I can do it for a once off but not for ongoing poor treatment.  What would that be teaching your DD?

Suck it up.  Don't rock the boat.  Don't make a scene.  


Good on you for not buying into it and teaching your kids that they don't have to put up with harrassment just to keep everyone else happy.

It would have had a better effect if you could have done it without screaming but better that than being a mouse.

Totally agree with you BadCat, as for all those people who said she has over reacted, oh I would never act like that etc etc sorry cannot really say that because you were not in this particular situation, with all the other family issues that probably exist.
Walk a mile in someone elses shoes then you can make a comment with some substance.

#52 ComradeBob

Posted 08 May 2012 - 07:22 PM

Good on you, I'm really pleased that you stood up for your daughter and taught her that she is a valued person and that her problems were taken seriously.  original.gif

#53 DEVOCEAN

Posted 08 May 2012 - 07:29 PM

Sometimes all it takes for the person who is being bullied to see someone stand up for them and tell the bully that what they have done is wrong.

I am glad things have worked out for the better for your DD. And yes, if my 9yr old DD was being hurt often by a male 3yrs older than her. I would have reacted the way you did.





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