Kid Talk About Bullying – Part 3

Kid Talk About Bullying – Part 3

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Etch H.

Founder & Owner of: Smart and Funny Talk

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Family & Life Writer

While I was driving home from our new year’s party with friends, my son said something from his car seat.

Son: Mom, my friend A doesn’t hit me anymore.

I: That’s great! Why do you think so?

Son: I guess he forgot about hitting me, that’s why.

I: I’m glad he forgot about it, I didn’t know that you just forget to hit people.

Son: I don’t think so too but maybe he wanted to be on my team (the nice team). He got tired of being on the other side. I do remember what you told me before, “Treat people with kindness and they will be kind to me in time,” and Buddha did say that change is permanent so maybe my friend is changing.

I wish I could have that kind of a forgiving heart. Kids are so precious, they teach us a lot, we have so much to learn from their innocent and loving heart. Cute conversations like this humble me so much.

Article Credits: Etch H.

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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2 thoughts on “Kid Talk About Bullying – Part 3”

  1. wow ! Lot to learn from kids..but no matter how hard I try to imbibe similar forgiving nature of my 5 year old kid, it just doesn’t work after a brief spell !!

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