According to a recent study, ‘1 out of 3 children is associated with bulling, whether it is a boiler or a bully supporter. If the child is afraid, nervous or scary while talking to the parents, it means that he is being bullied and he is hiding this from the parents. Studies have also proven that 67% of bullying occurs when there are no parents with children.
Be friendly with the children, ask about their entire routine, friends-teachers.
- Parents want to be so busy, they should definitely attend the children’s parent-teachers’ meeting in which they can meet their teachers and friends.
Parents are role models for children. Therefore, give examples of leadership, generosity and friendly people in front of them.
If you see some changes in your child’s behavior, immediately contact the teacher.
- Tell the children aged 12-13 years about cyber bulling.
- If the problem is more serious, consult the child psychologist.
- In addition to the school, family gatherings and local communities give children the opportunity to meet their friends, this will create a sense of socialization in a safe environment.