Trying to learn how to take care of bullies before the problem persists forward and gets worse? Here’s a few tricks of the trade to learn from and to pass on…
If you are a child or teenager reading this trying to find out what to do with all of the bullies at school around the house or even while going for a walk in the neighborhood that is supposed to be and meant to be safe for everyone. You may be a parent of a child that is getting bullied somewhere and trying to find out some steps you could take also well this article will help you to decide what to do fully.
High School was a rough spot for me in life. I had to deal with bullying but it didn’t start in High School it actually started before anyone else noticed or had any idea that it was going on and in Middle School. It always starts with the walk home or whatever means of travel I can get and always rushing away from my school to get where I was meant to be as soon as possible.
1.) Noticing the Issue at hand:
If you notice your child/yourself is rushing to leave somewhere from obviously being uncomfortable you need to talk to someone/them about the issue and why they feel so uncomfortable. If you are the child or teenager that is having this problem you need to talk to your guardian or someone that you can trust to talk deeply to, letting things bottle up and then letting them all out on the table in one big bang doesn’t solve anything and just puts a lot of unneeded stress on yourself and people around you that may be noticing something is going on.
Isolating myself is something else that started to happen, being bullied can cause mental disorders like Anxiety, Depression and even sometimes Skitzophrenia because of severe Anxiety and Depression. It can cause Stress Disorders and other things of that nature. The issue that you are faced needs to be taken care of before something this serious occurs and longterm effects become apparent in everyday life.
2.) Keeping them/yourself active:
You need to keep the person, or yourself, active. Yes, go outside. Even if you go outside a lot I just need to put this as a base and make sure you know that being active and eating healthy helps keep you away from depression and isolating yourself from society. It may seem like isolating and hiding in your room or outdoors will help you out but it really doesn’t and makes you go towards Agoraphobia and other phobias that can be developed. Be careful and don’t stay indoors, keep moving so your mind will get off of thinking about what tomorrow holds. If you’re a parent and notice they are starting to isolate themselves then ask them to do things with you like ‘Family Activities’ such as go to the Movie Theatres or Fishing or anything to get them out.
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