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c3cec4  No.19436

Real talk. I'm having a girl and i heard a lot about female bullying(which is supposed to be more psychological), how do i make sure my daughter isn't gonna be a target of bullying by other girls?

b58aeb  No.19437


Not sure you can totally prevent it but you can ensure she has good strong role models in you and her father which will instill in her self confidence and self respect. Bullies tend to to target much weaker willed individuals when they know they can get away with it. The least you can do is be someone she can talk to about it if it ever happens. Many kids I witnessed being bullied either never told anyone because they were ashamed or they had apathetic parents.

Girls bully out of jealousy as well tho. A childhood friend of mine was so jealous of this tall pretty girl and her nice clothes from expensive catalogs that she legit broke the girl's face. I was there and had to pull her off. It was a blind rage. Of course the old adage that bullies tend to have fucked up home lives and project self-hatred onto people who seemingly have what they want was true in this situation. Her dad was a drunk and her mom was batshit nuts.

So yeah. Don't know if this helps. Just thought I'd add my two cents to the topic. I mean you could also not send her to shitty public schools but that's an entirely different conversation.

a5dad9  No.19441

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Be a good parent, don't be emotionally distant. Make sure her mom isn't crazy. Teach her self-confidence. Listen to her without judgement. Don't send her to some government school, but don't homeschool her either because that's socially isolating and if she doesn't deal with a little bit of bullying in childhood, she won't know how to survive in the adult world.

40ac6f  No.19446


You can let them out once in a while, you know.

c3cec4  No.19451



My parents did all of this i still got harassed by girls in high school, maybe it's unavoidable, guess i just have to figure it out how to make her a strong person.

b58aeb  No.19454


Like I said, it's not really something you can prevent entirely since bullies will bully no matter what *you* might want. Since you were bullied you probably know the warning signs and can act on it right away so at least you've got that going for you. Also keep her off of social media as long as possible in the name of all that is right and holy. Normal human discourse is turning into twitter banter and it's fucking depressing that people emulate it in rl.

375ae6  No.19456


Anon, you will literally be bullied in your own workplace, and retirement home, should you end up in one. It's all about giving shits, and not taking it. Outside sources withholding this way of thinking can give such developments issues. That's why it's best you get away from as many of those influences as possible.

3c09f3  No.19556


>how do i make sure my daughter isn't gonna be a target of bullying by other girls?

You can't make your kid not a target simply by raising them right.

You may raise your kid to be confident, only to have other kids envy her social standing.

Raise your kid to be humble, only to have other kids laugh and ridicule them for being humble and frugal.

I think the best thing that you can do is to always keep communication between you and your children open.

It really helps if both parents are there to have more perspectives on things.

With that being said, dinner time is always family time.

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