Bullying at school by other children can have serious repercussions on a school psychic. Children who are repeatedly harassed by other children are twice as likely to develop psychotic symptoms than children who are not harassed, recent surveys show. The more they are victimized, the greater the chances of developing psychiatric problems and becoming insociable.
In extreme cases, suicide can occur.
Fortunately, a parent has all the necessary tools to take care of his or her child's safety. How do you figure out if your child is being harassed by other children?
Pay attention to the following signs:
• The child is moroccan when he gets home and is afraid to go to school or to meetings with other colleagues;
• His clothing or other things are broken or disappeared;
• It has cuts and bruises that it cannot explain;
• You seem anxious or insecure;
Parents play a critical role in educating children about harassment.
If you suspect your baby is being harassed, take action immediately. Talk to the teacher and the school principal immediately to remedy the situation. Do not ask the bully to suspend at school, but set them to be better supervised and controlled and insisted on the problem of aggression in schools.
Train your child to avoid situations where he or she is left alone: to go home in groups, to stay with colleagues and friends during recesses or when such incidents occur.
In addition, the child should be instructed to ignore the bully and to move away from it - instead of engaging in an exchange of replies or a beating. If he keeps his compassion and he does not get angry, he does not give his satisfaction and discourages him, because he seeks to annoy him.