Woman finds HEARTBREAKING note left by little girl on park bench, and it's important you read it
Emma Jane, a mother visiting a local park in Gosport, Hampshire, UK, posted a picture of a heartbreaking note she found on a bench. The note, written by an anonymous child, talked about how the child felt bullied in school and on the way home. Signed "Clover/Chloe," the note says the child is afraid of going to school because of the bullies.
Emma posted the note on one of her private Facebook groups called Family Lowdown Tips & Ideas and wrote, "Took my children to the local park earlier [sic] see this actually made me feel sad: kids, please be kind [sic] #stopthebullies."
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The note read, "Basically, my main problem is that I’m being bullied every day. And sometimes I’m afraid to come to school and walk home. Bullying needs to stop! #stopbullyingimmediately -Clover/Chloe W." Mothers started responding to the sad post and extended their support to all children.
One of them commented, "This is heartbreaking; the world is tough enough without it. I wrote something underneath to encourage them to get support and let them know they are not alone." Another revealed, "My daughter hates school because of obnoxious children. It makes me so sad."
One mother mentioned how her heart was "very sad" after reading it, while others shared stories of their children falling prey to bullies and disliking school because of them. One wrote, "I remember feeling that way at a certain point in high school. My heart goes out to her. Hopefully, it stops soon, and they can enjoy life again."
Calling bullying the "vilest" of cruelty at their age, they said teachers should also pitch in, and students should report bullies as frequently as they can rather than suffer in silence.
One interesting comment gave the perspective of both a bully and a victim of the act, "Was bullied and have been a bully. All I can say is children aren't always inherently evil. Bullies are made because something horrible is happening to them at home, usually bullying from an adult. If your child is suffering, please speak to a teacher. Hopefully, they'll mediate the situation or sometimes (if it's possible) it's good to change schools. Sending hugs to all the people suffering from bullying. Xx" Several studies have proved that child bullies usually suffer from a lack of attention from their parents and vent out their frustration in other environments.
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A mother also talked about her daughter being bullied because of her sexuality. The comments shed light on how bullies are both impacted by and impacting their surroundings and how parents and teachers play an indispensable role in managing situations that are brought to their notice.