My son Jordan is the sweetest kid ever. Hes friendly smart loving & helpful in ever way he can be. When Jordan was a baby he got sick and started having seizures. He stopped breathing. I called 911 & we rush to the hospital. He was my first child so after that I was & still am overprotective of him. I never wanted to feel the feeling of did I lose him. Jordan is a little over weight. Last year he got bullied & I could tell something was wrong. He would cry & tell me this kids was hurting him calling him names & saying mean things. I watch this film & see so much of what was happening. His bully would follow him when Jordan would try to walk away. We would complain & same story about well we are taking care of it the teachers would say. Up to 6 warnings a "bully" could get before serious action could be taken. I seen him adept to being picked on & he would sit all alone. To stop the bullying he didn't go to recess. Teachers thought it would be better if he went to a classroom and work on homework. Jordan is now in the 6th, first year of middle school. I'm so scared for him. I ask him hows school? He said his bully moved but he still sits alone & no one wants to have anything to do with him. Hurts me cause even tho his bully is gone. He has been marked by him. No one wants to be friend with the weird overweight kid. He has one friend & her mom & I went to school together & we had them around the same time so Jordan & her have grown up together since headstart & they was pretty close. I can tell as she gets older. She is still his friend but doesn't befriend him at school in front of people. How do I explain to my son. Yes baby shes your friend. She just doesn't want people to know. It's hard. I can see he's becoming quit as if he's just use to being alone. I plan on watching the movie with him & my other two sons. Talk to them & just do the best I can to stop bullying. Also reinforce that myself & thier dad loves them & to never to afraid to talk to us.
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