With the recent black belt grading it reminded me that many may think that the black belt is the end of the road. This is far from the truth.
In order to keep children safe you must set them rules. Many children don’t understand that they need rules but after just a short while are happy enough to follow them. Rules like no internet access without parental supervision or having their emails/text message linked to your phone.
In the previous blogs we discussed what bullying is and telltale signs a victim of bullying may show.
In this blog we will discuss what you can do to prevent bullying in the first place or stopping it from getting worse.
In the first blog I mentioned that not all children will report bullying to their parents. In fact 2 out of 3 children don’t report bullying to their parents. In this blog we will discuss some ways to spot a potential bullying situation without being told.
It’s anti bullying week so here at MAC we have decided to make all the parents and juniors aware of what can be done to prevent this.
Learning from mistakes builds confidence,” he says. But this only happens when you, as a parent, treat mistakes as an opportunity to learn and grow.
Burkhardt says you, as a parent, have a responsibility to “increase life exposures and experiences so the child can develop confidence in coping with a larger world.” Exposing children to new things teaches them that no matter how scary and different something seems, they can conquer it.