Currently, child abuse remains a major problem in Indonesia. Some time ago, there was a killer who makes children as victims. This incident was supposed to be sprankly discussed ini Indonesia. The victim was put in the box. Some time ago, a friend sent an upload form of children of primary school age were rollicking beat up his friend. Of course, this should make us concerned.
Violence Game Addiction?
Currently circulating widely games that use violence and fights as the theme. Whether it is one of the triggers of that violence ?. Indeed, it still required a study to prove this prediction. However, it has already hit about game addicted for children in Indonesia. Even to the children of primary school. This violence have been happening, perhaps because they can not distinguish between the virtual world and the real world.
Report to School
When our children had violenced from their peers, it is very wise to report this to the school. It is for the good of our own children in the future. You do not need to hesitate to report to the school. If the school does not respond properly, consider to changing schools. It is also wise when we report to the local police.
It is also important to give a sense to the child. Give her understanding that such violence was not supposed to happen. They should not being victim of child abuse. Such actions also did not deserve to be imitated. Give understanding to the child that he or she is a child who must be respected. Appreciated like all the other children in the world. It is very important for the confidence and self-esteem.
Suggest The Children To Practice Self Defense
Offer the child for self-defense training. Currently, many types of martial arts that can be followed in schools and elsewhere. In addition to strengthening the self-confidence, it is also important as exercise and a healthy hobby. Give understanding to the child that he or she did not follow the self-defense to attack or defeat others, but just from all the possibilities in the future. And life is not always as friendly as we imagine. For that he or she needs to be ready to defend themselves.
photograph by Eko Eshape