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Humiliation Parenting / Public Shaming / Cyber Discipline is NOT a Discipline Strategy! (It's bullying)

Logic: high fiving parental bullying / cyber discipline teaches the wrong message: That bullying is ok whenever you realllly want to prove you are right.

The trend that says it’s okay for parents to publicly shame and humiliate a child in order to get the desired results HAS GOT TO STOP.

In accordance with Bullying Awareness Week, which took place just about a month ago, and it’s theme — “Stand Up!” (to bullying) — we created

DISCIPLINE ~ the bridge between goals and accomplishments

I struggle with the character of an adult person who can live a life of backstabbing and gossip, then have facebook balls and moral indignation.

Make a shield of all the characteristics and people that make the child feel strong and protected. Could be used with a personal safety lesson too.

Yes, some people really do suck. Why invite them into YOUR precious life? God gives us a finite number of days above ground. Why pollute a single second/minute/hour/day/year with a sucky person? If they were the tray that raw chicken comes in, how long could you stand to leave it in your kitchen trash? Time to kick those stinky peeps to the curb trash can for pick up, baby!

A psychosocial factor that may influence mental wellness and suicidal behavior is the prevalence of bullying. Here you can see some basic statistical representations of the reality of student bullying.