Nothing that I say is Gospel, they're just different ideas and experiences that may be resourceful to you. So, here's the perspective that's resourceful for me when dealing with pain and anguish that I see my closed ones suffering that I wish I could take away. So here it goes...
This day I had been talking to my 9 years old nephew and he had this experience where he described he was in his classroom and this another kid bullied him and took away his seat and my nephew being helpless couldn't do anything. Lmao. But that's a serious problem, "how we see people" in the society are not exactly "what they really are." Tbh not throwing any shade on that kid but how my nephew described him was literally an image of a monster and that's true, people are literally animals in the society. And we being the parents have developed our kid's sweet side too often that they don't even know how to fight against these monsters. Moreover, the experiences what your kid is suffering today may become his or her tolerance level in the future that may lead him to become more naive or weak in the future. Yeah, today he has teachers to control these situations but they won't be in the future when he becomes a man.
So what I taught him was actually the same approach that my dad used when I was a kid. It was like every time I try to did something wrong, my parents forced or shout or shaken my body to stop me from doing that thing. I asked him to do the same. Instead of agreeing to getting bullied and giving away your seat to kids, I taught him to scream and say" 'no' with a shaking head, you cannot do this to me" (that's called setting up boundaries from a narcissist). .
In the nutshell : A bully presumes that you're weak and naive. No matter how big or strong the bully is, you are always stronger than them. It's your duty to create your own boundaries and save them.
-¿Porque se ha de temer a los cambios? ¡Toda la vida es un cambio!- H.G. Wells
No esperes más y atrévete a realizar ese cambio en tu vida, y ¿porque no? ¡En tu apariencia!
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