What's sad is now all of the focus is on the teacher, no attention is given to the fact that this little brat was picking on other kids.
Do I think in today's world that this is a practical form of punishment? No.
But, if every bully was punished this way, I bet there would be way less bullying going on.
Kids today have no concept of consequence due to the tree hugging, meddling, everyone is special, no one loses, politically correct ridiculousness that we have going on these days.
back in about 1959, my younger brother and friends were havng trouble with a bully. we older brothers took him down enough notches he never came back to haunt them again. And all the adults silently approved and looked the other way. I miss the 50/60s when it comes to problems like this
I snapped one time when I was younger...I was fairly popular but being the kid of two teachers the "trash" sometimes had an issue with me. Was walking home one night from downtown and three of them were taunting me just a few feet behind me....finally just turned around and tackled the fat kid and threw his head into the ground a few times...got up and kept walking home. The three of them could have easily beaten the crap outta me but the other two just watched in astonishment.
Maybe you should stop placing the blame on the bully and start placing the blame on the kids that don't have enough confidence to defend themselves? Man up and confront the bully instead of being a whiney little ***** and crying to anyone that will listen
get used to it, with attachment parenting this wuss behavior is only going to grow -- that and an explosion of college aged kids leaving mom and needing therapy
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