If the bully is not stopped, he or she will grow to adulthood thinking this type of behavior works for them. The victim may grow to adulthood with feelings of inadequacy and feelings of revenge, both unhealthy for a happy life.
To the Teacher who made my life Hell through bullying, When I was growing up you made me despise school every day.
When people think of bullying at school, they often think of one child pushing another into a locker before stealing his lunch money or something else cliche like that. You know that as a special-needs teacher, kids come to you already struggling in academic or social settings.
A child should never feel unsafe at school, they should never feel unsafe at church, and they should never feel unsafe with their family.
As I write this, I wonder if you got some sort of twisted thrill out of feeling superior to special-needs children. My mother went on to become a special-needs teacher and she loves each of the kids whom she teaches. She will often tell family and friends about the wonderful projects they have made or the funny things they do that make her job special.
She returns to work daily because she truly loves it.
I am sorry to the children that cannot have a relationship with their teacher like my mother has with her students. You might be trying to think back and rationalize your very strange, erratic and troubling behavior as that warm uncomfortable feeling creeps up your spine.
I was unable to go to a wedding because of your shenanigans. But you know damn well I worked on it for some time because you helped me cut the pieces out from magazines. I was angry that you made my mother yell at me and got me in trouble. As punishment, I was not allowed to take the trip with my family.
You hurt me and made me miss out on a huge life event. In high school, we moved cross-country, and I met the beautiful people whose wedding I was forced to miss.
They are beautiful, kind and thoughtful people, and I have been blessed to know their daughter, who is intelligent and funny. The truth is, I partially blame you for one of the most, heart-wrenching times of my life.
I was on medication that I should have never been on. This medication made me spend many hours banging my head into walls. I also battled binge and purge cycles which I often hoped would cause my heart to give out. I Blame You, for convincing the school and my parents that I was somehow doing this for attention or being a bad kid.
You made this go on for a lot longer than it had to. I believe my parents would have stepped in sooner if they realized I really needed mental help. The anxiety and heartache that I felt were only added to my hurt when you go out of your way to embarrass me in class.
You would make fun of my walking slowly and call me out on my spelling mistakes in front of other kids. You went so far as to have my individual education plan changed so that I would not have a Scribe a person to physically write for me to help me when it was needed, even though writing by hand can be very painful for me.
I fear there are others who you may have done this to as well. As part of my physical disability, physically releasing urine from my body can be difficult. Instead of letting things occur naturally, you would stand around and pound on the bathroom door and yell at me until I would be forced to come out with a full bladder.
When I was in your class, I actually developed swollen kidneys and a string of Urinary Tract Infections. A decade later, I can still have a panic attack going into a public toilet. You could have damaged my body permanently.In response to your older posted comment about your son’s discipline after fighting back when 6, I would write a letter stating the events that led up to it (as best you can remember), and asking it be placed in his school records so his side can be included.
Write a letter to the Editor of your local newspaper. Do not embarrass your child with details, but write instead about your schools lack response for harassed students in general.
Call a lawyer. [Example: On date, name of your child sustained severe injuries after being assaulted by fellow student, name. Their teacher, name, had his back turned to the class when the fellow student attempted to staples my child’s finger to the desk.
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Includes a sample Gebser letter. Jul 04, · just joined netmums because i am being bullied by the head teacher of my local primary school and saw your post. That teacher shouted at him too and made him sit and write a sorry letter to his teacher.
He did this and gave it to him, the teacher shouted it wasn't good enough, do it again. May I know how the school bullied you and your. Teacher makes class write letters about girl's misbehavior. you work to provide a sustainable life for your family, flat-out bullied your child.
And worse, encourages other children to do so.