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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-11-21, 12:30 am

Jodie is a Sunderland fan and posted on twitter about her daughter and the evil of bullying

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Honestly Amelia is only 7, went through horrendous bullying at school and is having her first birthday party next week (which she’s so excited for) and have had 2 replies out of 25 people, like actually devastated for her


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Post  canary-dave on 2018-11-21, 3:56 am

cyprussyd wrote:Jodie is a Sunderland fan and posted on twitter about her daughter and the evil of bullying

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Honestly Amelia is only 7, went through horrendous bullying at school and is having her first birthday party next week (which she’s so excited for) and have had 2 replies out of 25 people, like actually devastated for her


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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-11-21, 11:16 am

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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-11-21, 11:17 am

That is brilliant - but shame on those parents who don't ensure their children behave nicely to other children. What has the world come to that being polite is not even a consideration Sad
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-11-21, 11:29 am

Hieronymus wrote:That is brilliant - but shame on those parents who don't ensure their children behave nicely to other children. What has the world come to that being polite is not even a consideration Sad
Let me tell you a sad but true story about two brothers  Cody and Shaun. For a while we lived next to their grandparents, both in 70's.


Their mother was an alcoholic and one morning the older brother, Shawn, rang his grandfather to say he could not wake his mother, she had died overnight.

Because their father did not want to know both boys moved in with their grandparents who at 70 plus were not up to young boys and how to bring them up, Cody was age 7.

For his birthday his grandmother, Shirley baked cakes, bought all the things she used to do for her kids and sent invitations out, not one child turned up.

Cody had some problems but he had a good reason, life had not been good to him and what child would want to go to a daft party in a 70 year old's house.

Annette and I attended the party just to make up numbers but the pain in Cody's face was terrible to see.

I wish parents would think before they act.

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2018-11-21, 6:38 pm

Hieronymus wrote:That is brilliant - but shame on those parents who don't ensure their children behave nicely to other children. What has the world come to that being polite is not even a consideration Sad
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Ps. Once the kids got to primary school age we just did an activity with half a dozen 'REAL friends' to avoid such possibilities but before that it was just friends of ours with their little ones in tow.

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2018-11-21, 6:41 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:That is brilliant - but shame on those parents who don't ensure their children behave nicely to other children. What has the world come to that being polite is not even a consideration Sad
Let me tell you a sad but true story about two brothers  Cody and Shaun. For a while we lived next to their grandparents, both in 70's.


Their mother was an alcoholic and one morning the older brother, Shawn, rang his grandfather to say he could not wake his mother, she had died overnight.

Because their father did not want to know both boys moved in with their grandparents who at 70 plus were not up to young boys and how to bring them up, Cody was age 7.

For his birthday his grandmother, Shirley baked cakes, bought all the things she used to do for her kids and sent invitations out, not one child turned up.

Cody had some problems but he had a good reason, life had not been good to him and what child would want to go to a daft party in a 70 year old's house.

Annette and I attended the party just to make up numbers but the pain in Cody's face was terrible to see.

I wish parents would think before they act.
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-11-21, 10:46 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:That is brilliant - but shame on those parents who don't ensure their children behave nicely to other children. What has the world come to that being polite is not even a consideration Sad
Let me tell you a sad but true story about two brothers  Cody and Shaun. For a while we lived next to their grandparents, both in 70's.


Their mother was an alcoholic and one morning the older brother, Shawn, rang his grandfather to say he could not wake his mother, she had died overnight.

Because their father did not want to know both boys moved in with their grandparents who at 70 plus were not up to young boys and how to bring them up, Cody was age 7.

For his birthday his grandmother, Shirley baked cakes, bought all the things she used to do for her kids and sent invitations out, not one child turned up.

Cody had some problems but he had a good reason, life had not been good to him and what child would want to go to a daft party in a 70 year old's house.

Annette and I attended the party just to make up numbers but the pain in Cody's face was terrible to see.

I wish parents would think before they act.

Made me cry you old bugger with your stories Crying or Very sad
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-11-21, 10:50 pm

Black Cat Kiwi wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:That is brilliant - but shame on those parents who don't ensure their children behave nicely to other children. What has the world come to that being polite is not even a consideration Sad
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Ps. Once the kids got to primary school age we just did an activity with half a dozen 'REAL friends' to avoid such possibilities but before that it was just friends of ours with their little ones in tow.
Sensible parents Smile But I can bet any amount that you would never have been so uncaring to someone else's child anyway.
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