Does your kid have the habit of bullying others?
Bullying is one of the horrible habits that affect people. Bullying is common among the grown-ups, and middle-aged group. However, it is no surprise there are also kids who are bullies. The reason behind kids bullying on others is the lack of support in various aspects. If your child is a bully, then this post is for you.
Bullying is a voluntary act, and is always done on purpose to hurt someone. It can be physical, verbal and even emotional. For instance, teasing others on the way they look, making them feel inferior or even calling them with disgusting nicknames.
Bullying is a disgusting act used by elders and kids to show up their power. When you feel inferior or low esteemed, you may want to publicize your strength and capacity. Bullying is used as a tool to frighten, insult and rule over. The major reason behind bullying is the wish to display, when he or she is felt ignored.
Most kids don’t often bully others on peer pressure. Usually, kids bully in groups. When involved in a group, one or more kids who start bullying in a group spread it to others. As an outcome of peer pressure and upholding esteem among the group, bullying just happens without any notion.
Another reason is lack of support and care from the family. A kid may have exposure to all luxuries of life; still the little mind needs warmth. Inadequate parental warmth leads to many problems as the child grows. Even the child may turn violent because of this. Due to lack or inadequate personal care, children begin self-boasting and start criticizing others. This habit gradually develops into an act of bullying.
Kids bully because of their parents! Parents are the first and best role models for children. When their mother or father has the habit of bullying, their child obviously follows them.
Bullying is an act of revenge! When someone teases a kid for some reason (and the child was literally hurt), the kid just take a revenge action. When the ego is disrupted, kids turn bully. Unfortunately, parents may not be aware about this bullying habit.
Good observation and good care on kids help children grow smart and happy.
Watch this space to learn more tips when your kid turns out to be a bully.
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