Anti Bullying Month

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By balboababe

Oct 21, 2014
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Haters Gonna Hate

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No More Bullies!

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I agree with you 100%. Schools need to set some high standards on what is to be expected of their students characters and behaviors. These things are just as important as education and are needed for the students to function properly in the real world when they grow up. They also need to make it clear for victims that they can come to them for help and to ensure that they DO help get the help they need. A simple slap on the hand of a bully or telling the victim to "toughen up" will not solve the overall problem. I'm sorry to hear that you guys up in Canada are having to deal with the same issues too. May God comfort all those that are bullied.

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Well done. Thank you. :)

We need to make great strides in stopping bullying. I recently saw a documentary about some bullied kids in American schools and the school headmasters did not seem to understand that emotional (and at times, physical) damage occurs for the victims. The parents of the victims suffer, too. The headmasters saw no value in punishing the bullies and setting absolute rules in the schools that bullying will not be tolerated. We have the same problems in Canada, except in some private schools where standards for student behaviour are much higher.

If the kids are not learning not to bully at home, and don't attend churches or youth groups (for example, Scouts) where moral standards are probably taught, then rules need to be set in place at school.
Well done. Thank you. :)

We need to make great strides in stopping bullying. I recently saw a documentary about some bullied kids in American schools and the school headmasters did not seem to understand that emotional (and at times, physical) damage occurs for the victims. The parents of the victims suffer, too. The headmasters saw no value in punishing the bullies and setting absolute rules in the schools that bullying will not be tolerated. We have the same problems in Canada, except in some private schools where standards for student behaviour are much higher.

If the kids are not learning not to bully at home, and don't attend churches or youth groups (for example, Scouts) where moral standards are probably taught, then rules need to be set in place at school.

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