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For my son
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Hello,
Recently my son was injured at school by a boy who has tried to hurt him before for no reason. He has pushed him inside the school, and on the playground. The school won't do anything to discipline this student. Now, my son has a fractured wrist because the boy pushed him down on the pavement this time. He has not apologized and it's been over a week. I feel he needs to learn a lesson.
My son never hurts anyone and this has caused both emotional and physical pain. I am new to the forums as well as to using spells, but I have always felt a connection to magic and a desire to learn. Would anyone mind giving me a suggestion on what spell to use, or any suggestions at all would be most appreciated.
thank you
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Re: For my son
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Post # 2
How about telling him to fight back and stand up for himself.
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Re: For my son
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Post # 3
Thank you. I actually did, and he pushed back. But, not until afterwards.
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It's just very frustrating that the school hasn't done anything, even though they know it's a pattern. It needs to stop.
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Re: For my son
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Is the bully bigger then him? I'm not one for violence, but I do admit bullies are a problem.

Sometimes standing up for himself is the best source of action, however if you don't want to go that route, have him record what he does at school with his phone, or record a sound file, get some sort of proof, once you have that proof, you could sue the parents of the bully, it would probably help if your son has witnesses to also help if you pick that route.

It's also good to ask your son if the bully is making mean remarks, if he is, make sure it isn't making him depressed or making him feel like it's true.
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Re: For my son
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Post # 7
Thank you for your response. He is not bigger, just more aggressive. Other kids have noted the same thing about this boy, but the school doesn't seem to care.
I think my son is handling it much better than I am to be honest.
I was hoping this boy would somehow learn his lesson and maybe get a taste of his own medicine.. that usually is the only way some people learn to change.
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Sadly, not all people change, even when they do get a piece of their own medicine, you can't change a person, mainly you don't know what's going on inside the home, what he is gooing through, etc. If your son is handling it professionaly, then let him do what he thinks is best.

I remember hearing a saying when I was a kid once a cheater is always a cheater, I asked my mom what it meant, she told me say my loved one cheated on me, and we break up, then got back together again, by saying he changed, odds are he didn't change. I'm not saying that all people never change, it's just rare.

I suggest not using a spell to make him feel the same treatment, your son could also ask why he's treating him poorly.
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Re: For my son
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Post # 9

I wouldn't always advise that you tell someone being bullied to fight back. Many schools often will try to punish the victim of bullying if they respond to the bullying (like pushing the other student back) even though it wasn't their fault that they had to get involved. I suggest trying to go higher up than the principle or even superintendent at your school if need be to get them to recognize the issue.

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Post # 10
Thank you for your kind words and thoughtfulness.
I will try to let things be for now and hope with this most recent incident, things will change for the better.
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