Bullying Stops Here Community Workshop


Bullying Ends Now

This year, over 13 million American kids will be bullied, making it the most common form of violence young people in the U.S. experience.  Click picture for video

This is International Bully Awareness month and Martial Arts Schools world wide are doing something about it.  

Physical Bullying
Physical bullying is a serious problem, affecting not only the bully and the victim, but also the other students who witness the bullying. Parents, teachers, and other concerned adults and young people should be aware of what a physical bully is and some of the ways to handle it.
There are many types of negative physical interactions that can occur between young people, including fighting, practical jokes, stealing, and sexual harassment. These things are not considered physical bullying unless:
The same victim is targeted repeatedly
The bully or bullies intend to hurt, embarrass, or intimidate the victim
The actions occur in a situation with a real or perceived imbalance of power, such as when the bully is stronger than the victim or has a higher social standing.
In this context, physical bullying can take many forms:
Stealing or destroying possessions, including books, clothing, or lunch money
Physical bullying occurs most often at school, though it can also occur on the way to and from school and after school. Middle school is the age when bullying is most common, with almost all middle school students being affected directly or indirectly by bullying. This is an age where young people want more to fit in with their peers, making some students more likely to bully or condone bullying to fit in, while those who don’t fit in stand out more as victims. Bullying can also occur in earlier grades, as well as through high school and even into adulthood.
If a student is a victim of bullying, show love and support to the child and explain that the bullying is not their fault, and that what the bully is doing is wrong. Talk to the victim to find out when and how the bullying is taking place, then talk to teachers and school administrators about the problem. Bullying should always be taken seriously.
This is International Bully Awareness month and Martial Arts Schools world wide are doing something about it.

Join our free workshop “Stand Up Against Bullying”.  

Saturday, October 15th.   

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