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Teen Brings Gun on 2nd Day of School


Last week I got a call from one of my best buddies who lives in Phoenix, Arizona.

He and I served in the First Gulf War together and I consider him like a brother.  As such, we call and stay in touch with each other about our families, work, etc…

During this call, he was sharing with me that his only daughter started high school (which made me feel old, since I remember being at the hospital for her birth) and he was concerned with school violence.

I asked him why and he told me, "Well, it's only the first week of school and someone already bought a gun to school – on the 2nd day."

What?  The 2nd day of school and ALREADY someone is packing heat?

Apparently, this teenager bought the weapon to school to use in an after school fight.

The rest of the details are fuzzy but I seem to remember that the only time that you knew you were going to be in a fight in high school was when a school bully told you, "I am going to beat your a@# after school."

Except in those days, we didn't bring a GUN to school to deal with it.

Thank goodness the plot was discovered by the school and the teen arrested, but that's not the point.

The point is, what are we as a society teaching our kids when it comes to handling conflict.  It seems that more often, kids are either trying to ignore what is going on – to the point of depression and suicide – or they are going completely in the other direction and bringing deadly weapons to school.

The problem is twofold; first, the school systems are NOT designed to help adults or children when it comes to bullying.  The harsh reality is that the schools are focused on getting your child's test scores up so that the school can keep their funding and reputations intact.

They simply aren't staffed or focused on this epidemic of bullying.

The second part of the problem…is us.  Parents are NOT teaching their children how to avoid becoming the target of a bully and then, if the child is targeted, how to deal with it emotionally, mentally and physically.

This is why I put together the course, "How to Bully Proof Your Child".  If you want to learn the ways that kids accidentally attract bullies, what to do to avoid it and what to do if they are the target of a bully, then this course should be mandatory reading for the whole family.

To learn more, go to http://www.bullyproofkids.com.

Take back your power,

Sensei Harrison Huff

P.S. – For more information on bullying and what the school system administrators will NEVER tell you about bullying, go to http://www.bullyproofkids.com.

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