‘Tackle bullying in the home’ — NationNews Barbados — Local, Regional and International News nationnews.com

Governor Calvin Hunter making his call for bullying to be stamped out. (Picture by Reco Moore.)

MORE MUST BE DONE to stamp out bullying in homes, says governor of Optimist International Caribbean District, Calvin Hunter.

He said that though the practice was often related to schoolchildren, the actions of adults towards children could also leave scars.

“Bullying really is when there are harmful things being done to our children in a relationship repeatedly where there is imbalance of power or strength. Once the person is being hurt or harmed, then it’s bullying and it’s wrong. As adults sometimes we are bullying our children.

“And most people tend to get emotionally scarred, they get thoughts of suicide and they don’t know how to handle it because…

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