By Barry E. McNamara, Francine J. McNamara
Bullying is an age previous challenge, yet its seriousness has basically been lately well-known. geared toward mom and dad dealing with elevating young children in contemporary not easy international, this e-book profiles bullies and their sufferers; describes styles, underlying reasons, and long term results; and provides particular feedback for facing bullying.
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The purpose of this Key is to identify those factors that contribute to bullying. Parents of bullies obviously learned their behaviors, their coping strategies, and their parenting techniques. In families of bullies, there appears to be a lack of structure. Children are often allowed to engage in a variety of behaviors under minimal adult supervision. This enables these children to act in an aggressive manner without parental input about their inappropriate behaviors. Over time, their behaviors become part of their social repertoire and become difficult to change.
Some victims may not have the appropriate social skills necessary to develop friendships; therefore, this needs to be taught. Some children may have special educational needs that require more specific interventions for this skill. And others may lack the social perceptual skills (that is, understand social situations) necessary to develop and maintain social relationships. These concerns need to be addressed or else your child will fail and further reinforce his feelings of incompetence. Once the above issues are addressed, there are a number of things parents can do to help their child develop friendships.
Researchers suggest that bullies process social information incorrectlyeverything is seen as an act of aggression. This in turn, leads to the justification of their own aggressive behavior. Some bullies may also be victims. Provocative victims, frequently students with attention deficit disorder (ADD), tend to be ineffective in their aggressive behavior. They may say or do something to annoy someone. They get upset rapidly, becoming oppositional and defiant, but they can't sustain this level of aggression and give up.