I don’t agree with it- Bob Belcher I love you but you are all terrible shirt I actually think it’s going to make it worst as an adult. Most bullies have self-esteem and self-image issues. This is exacerbating an underlining problem that needs to be addressed by helping that child find self-worth. Community service, volunteering program, the assumption of responsibilities is one way to create that. Humiliation will only create more anger – this kid may have a real number of problems in the future. Not a good call. And before even that happens, schools need to assume the responsibility of warning parents or educating children on balls. Parents see it at home and most times do nothing. Schools then see it too and also do nothing.
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Ya know, this boy will grow up to be a fine respectful man, and if he runs for politics one day in his life. this will come back on his mother and him the rest of his life. Bob Belcher, I love you but you are all terrible shirt and she will be guilty of embarrassing him so badly, he can grow up with resentment towards her as well. I think there were other ways to punish her son without embarrassing him in this way. I feel sorry for the kid. I think it’s good. Parents need to be aware of how their kids are treating others. My daughter was bullied at school and my husband confronted the girl’s mother. She actually told him that her daughter would never do or say anything like that. Basically, her daughter was an angel and she didn’t believe my husband. With parents like that, it’s no wonder why bullying is such a huge problem these days.
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NEVER label your child It sends a message to them that this is who and what they are as an individual. This could have been handled a hundred better ways. Teaching compassion, tolerance, and acceptance of others are not done by making him wear a shirt marked as a bully. It may change his behavior temporarily, but not his perception and attitude of those he bullied. I believe in setting clear boundaries and I am very strict with my kids but I would not do this, especially exposing him on social media for the world to jump on the pointing fingers bandwagon. There MUST be a better way to deal with the problem.