Bullies are still at it

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Hurt Child

Elizabethtown, KY

#1 Mar 26, 2013
My child has been hurt by a bully. Not physically but by words. When I got to checking into it, the girl that did the bullying is "just like her mother"---not my words. Moms!! You might want to take a long hard look in the mirror. Mommies breed bullies.
my child too

Brandenburg, KY

#2 Mar 26, 2013
the same girl has bullied my child since the 5th grade! I have been to the schools several different times which does NO GOOD! my child is now in the 10th grade!! Not Ruben in the same school! Now she sends messages thru her friends to bother my daughter. Parents the apple doesn't fall far from the tree! U are so right
was shocked

Elizabethtown, KY

#3 Mar 26, 2013
I was shocked that one momma denied her daughter being a bully because she had money and people with money don't act that way? WHAT TURNIP TRUCK DID YOU JUST FALL OFF OF? LOL When you daughter uses the word "trash" referring to my daughter, don't you GET THE CONNECTION?????

This little trash talker has some of her friends sitting with her and egging it on. Come to find out, daddy is a doctor. I wouldn't get an appointment in his office if my dog had an ingrown tonail.

What is with this need to put others down in order to feel better about yourself? I'm not much on psychology ---someone please fill me in. These are just little girls. And you'd be surprised what school it is happen in.
My goal

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Mar 26, 2013
My goal has always been to train my children to be polite and friendly to all. It will come back tenfold to them. People compliment them on such nice manners and pleasant appearances. And it's not hard! Takes very little effort. These hateful little b's are just little clones of the bigger meal planner at home. I hear my chlidren talk about how some girls snear and make faces and roll eyes to "voice" their displeasure at something. Ugly children. Ugly mothers. Ugly society.
mymy child too

Brandenburg, KY

#5 Mar 26, 2013
unfortunately it happens everywhere.and bullies come from low income houses as well as high income houses. The stuff that my child was told was horrible! and you are right 1 bully will get 5 or 6 of their friends to help them be mean and cruel!

“life is what you make of it.”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#6 Mar 26, 2013
My daughter is in 3rd grade and this year she has another little girl bullying her. This other little girl is a NEW student and she is already poking fun at my daughter, who's went to this school all her life. Calling her names and telling her she's fat. Now given my daughter is the tallest in her class standing at nearly 4ft and weighing 100lbs. She's a little pudgy but not nearly a large girl. I've been to the school and talked to the teacher, that didn't work. So I've been to another meeting with myself, my child, the teacher, the other little girl, and her mom. This situation still isn't resolved.. The little girl is still name calling, making my daughter cry and beg to not go to school. I'm to the point that when she came home last Friday, she told me the little girl called her a fat as* and flipped her off, I told my daughter the next time this little girl does this to just punch her. I don't know what else to do, this other girls parents are aware to what their child is saying and doing, yet they do nothing to stop her??? What would other mothers do in my situation?
lol

Elizabethtown, KY

#7 Mar 26, 2013
_princess1_ wrote:
My daughter is in 3rd grade and this year she has another little girl bullying her. This other little girl is a NEW student and she is already poking fun at my daughter, who's went to this school all her life. Calling her names and telling her she's fat. Now given my daughter is the tallest in her class standing at nearly 4ft and weighing 100lbs. She's a little pudgy but not nearly a large girl. I've been to the school and talked to the teacher, that didn't work. So I've been to another meeting with myself, my child, the teacher, the other little girl, and her mom. This situation still isn't resolved.. The little girl is still name calling, making my daughter cry and beg to not go to school. I'm to the point that when she came home last Friday, she told me the little girl called her a fat as* and flipped her off, I told my daughter the next time this little girl does this to just punch her. I don't know what else to do, this other girls parents are aware to what their child is saying and doing, yet they do nothing to stop her??? What would other mothers do in my situation?
it's really sad that the school is doing nothing about this!! There is supposed to be a zero tolerance for bullying. Just go to Board of Education, someone will eventually help. Sorry your daughter is going thru this.

“life is what you make of it.”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#8 Mar 26, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>it's really sad that the school is doing nothing about this!! There is supposed to be a zero tolerance for bullying. Just go to Board of Education, someone will eventually help. Sorry your daughter is going thru this.
Well I'm to the point that I will put an end to it. I thought that having a meeting with the other child and her mother that it would stop and it hasn't. My daughter is very soft hearted and it's sad that something she once enjoyed (going to school) has been stripped from her all because of this other little girl. Like I said my daughter isn't fat, she's tall with her weight but she's built like her mommy, she has thick legs and a booty.lol but I guess other little girls that are thin as a bed rail get jealous because they don't have a figure. But thanks for the advice and I'll go to the board and see what I can get done. Again, thank you.
lol

Elizabethtown, KY

#9 Mar 26, 2013
_princess1_ wrote:
<quoted text>Well I'm to the point that I will put an end to it. I thought that having a meeting with the other child and her mother that it would stop and it hasn't. My daughter is very soft hearted and it's sad that something she once enjoyed (going to school) has been stripped from her all because of this other little girl. Like I said my daughter isn't fat, she's tall with her weight but she's built like her mommy, she has thick legs and a booty.lol but I guess other little girls that are thin as a bed rail get jealous because they don't have a figure. But thanks for the advice and I'll go to the board and see what I can get done. Again, thank you.
your welcome. I am sure your like me when it comes to my kids, I will do anything to protect them!!!

“life is what you make of it.”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#10 Mar 26, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>your welcome. I am sure your like me when it comes to my kids, I will do anything to protect them!!!
You've got that right!
spartan

Shepherdsville, KY

#11 Mar 26, 2013
_princess1_ wrote:
<quoted text>
You've got that right!
Good morning kiddo.You been doin' alright???
blame urself

Chicago, IL

#12 Mar 26, 2013
Train your kids about the real world. Its not butterflies and rainbows. Not even in the crappy schools. teach your daughter the rights and wrongs. Teach to defend herself and others. The turn the cheek method and water rolls of a ducks back thinking was OK years ago because parents actually disciplined their children. Now your daughter needs to learn self control and when the time is right to correct the children needing with her. If you sent to the teachers and did what you were supposed to then they cant say a word when your daughter stomps a mud hole in the kids ass. Only when provoked my daughter is 4 takes karate and gymnastics and is a little over weight and she doesn't have the best last name do kids makes fun of her too. She comes home talks it over with me and I let her know when she can apply what she learns to the spoiled brats in her class and it does work.

“life is what you make of it.”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#13 Mar 26, 2013
blame urself wrote:
Train your kids about the real world. Its not butterflies and rainbows. Not even in the crappy schools. teach your daughter the rights and wrongs. Teach to defend herself and others. The turn the cheek method and water rolls of a ducks back thinking was OK years ago because parents actually disciplined their children. Now your daughter needs to learn self control and when the time is right to correct the children needing with her. If you sent to the teachers and did what you were supposed to then they cant say a word when your daughter stomps a mud hole in the kids ass. Only when provoked my daughter is 4 takes karate and gymnastics and is a little over weight and she doesn't have the best last name do kids makes fun of her too. She comes home talks it over with me and I let her know when she can apply what she learns to the spoiled brats in her class and it does work.
I have done everything I can the right way and it hasn't worked thus far. I have made it clear to the teacher that from here on out my child will do what needs to be done to protect herself if the school won't. I sat my daughter down last Friday night and had a long talk with her about this other little girl and told her that as of here on out if the girl keeps on with it to kick her ass and then when she gets in trouble with the school, ill be on their asses. And how are you going to tell me to blame myself that my child has been getting bullied? I've done everything short of stomping the other mothers ass.

“life is what you make of it.”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#14 Mar 26, 2013
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Good morning kiddo.You been doin' alright???
Hello. Yes I'm doing ok. How about yourself? Are you doing good?
JustGoesToShow

Rineyville, KY

#15 Mar 26, 2013
was shocked wrote:
I was shocked that one momma denied her daughter being a bully because she had money and people with money don't act that way? WHAT TURNIP TRUCK DID YOU JUST FALL OFF OF? LOL When you daughter uses the word "trash" referring to my daughter, don't you GET THE CONNECTION?????
This little trash talker has some of her friends sitting with her and egging it on. Come to find out, daddy is a doctor. I wouldn't get an appointment in his office if my dog had an ingrown tonail.
What is with this need to put others down in order to feel better about yourself? I'm not much on psychology ---someone please fill me in. These are just little girls. And you'd be surprised what school it is happen in.
My arrogant neighbors have for year played the pompous go to Sunday, do gooders. Guess what? They got caught stealing. And they are "honest" business people.
Mandy

Radcliff, KY

#16 Mar 26, 2013
I definately agree that your daughter is going to have to resort to having to throw a punch to stop this. You've done what you can & now she's going to have to take care of it. When I was little I had an older cousin who used to pick on me & hit me all the time. I was raised not to do that so I would just tell my mom after it happened. She told me the next time my cousin did it I was to fight back & if I didn't I was going to get a spanking from her. The next time my cousin hit me I hit back & she never did it again. I learned that it was jealousy on her part.
Hurt child

Elizabethtown, KY

#17 Mar 26, 2013
Just goes to show these mothers make their children just like them and continue to bully other people. The mother knows her daughter is a bully and she continues to bully. Is that not the way it is in society? I know one old muther that denies and burrs up everytime you mention that her children do anything wrong. But then she's special.... her daddy was special... and they have money!!!!! Crapola!!!! She needs her lights punched out.
old amazon mom

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Mar 27, 2013
there is this old amazon mom who's husband is a doctor and she throws her weight around and is raising worthless kids becaause of her attitude. she bosses people around and is not a nice person. no one will say anything to her because of who her family is. actually they're all of the same mentality. they run and control everything they are in volved with. children are sad cases of misfits in society and have to bully their way with kids to get to fit into the mix. sad.
hey

Elizabethtown, KY

#20 Mar 27, 2013
By the way your are one beautiful woman.
_princess1_ wrote:
<quoted text>
I have done everything I can the right way and it hasn't worked thus far. I have made it clear to the teacher that from here on out my child will do what needs to be done to protect herself if the school won't. I sat my daughter down last Friday night and had a long talk with her about this other little girl and told her that as of here on out if the girl keeps on with it to kick her ass and then when she gets in trouble with the school, ill be on their asses. And how are you going to tell me to blame myself that my child has been getting bullied? I've done everything short of stomping the other mothers ass.

“life is what you make of it.”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#21 Mar 27, 2013
hey wrote:
<quoted text>By the way your are one beautiful woman.
Aww well thank you :)

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