Topic: My 12 year old son just started middle school already having a problem!?
July 16, 2019 / By Ab Question:
My 12 year old child who has extreme anxiety because of his bipolar disorder just started middle school well the first two days he had no real problem now he is telling me that his teacher who is a man is kicking children's desk and yelling really loud should i report this and take him out of his class or wait it out and hope my son will be ok and maybe it's not as bad as he says it is? my son is scared to death he wants out! he has always had night terrors and everything else that he suffers from that the bipolar puts on his young mind i can't imagine if my son who is scared as it is may forget his homework what would this teacher do!
Shevaun | 3 days ago
I have been through this when I was younger twice, I'm 26, and it was when spanking was still in the first time, I had a teacher who spanked me if I sneezed and I stayed bruised up. The second time I had a teacher who shouted and was verbally abusive and left bruises on my arm from yanking me up out of my desk every day and calling me stupid or even fat.
Honestly, I wouldn't recommend talking to the teacher, unless you can put the fear into him, no bodily threat's of course, the world is different now, you even say I'll find you and your in jail, but you can scare him to death with the threat of law suit's, dragging local new's into it etc.
You can scare a Principal much easier with these thing's also, so unless your not afraid to use angry voice, and all the scary card's in your deck, I wouldn't recommend talking to them if you can't do this.
Because truthfully, the teacher will be worse to your son unless he is scared to death.
Luckily it's the beginning of the school year so it would be easier transferring than if at the end of the year when he is comfortable.
I would give your son a few day's off, on the first day I would go talk to the teacher and tell him your son's problem's, and try to scare him a little, and if he isn't understanding, since your son is already taking a couple day's off to calm down, you can go ahead and transfer him, and then report the teacher to the school board, they have more power than principal.
You son already has to much on his plate already, and it sound's like even through all his adversity he is still good hearted and sweet, so he doesn't need some ego maniacal teacher whose trying to make himself feel good by scaring children, if that's how he get's his jollies, it might be fun to have a nice little talk with his wife too, nothing better to whip a man into shape than to tattle to his wife.
I wish you the best, for your son and you, and remember your the one with the power, you hold his job in your hand, don't let him forget that, and you don't either, your the only one your son has to save him, even if the teacher agrees to tone it down I would still give your son time to collect himself and get back to being more relaxed, and the sweet heart I'm sure he is.
i defiantly suggest u take him out immediately. if u don't, than he is most likely to be traumatized for life. im not sure if the man doing this is an illegal action, but it could be under child endangerment. he might have a patience disorder or something like that, but i say," take the poor boy out!!" night terrors! hes suffering. my dear friend, go with the advice.
It may or may not be that bad but if he is that uncomfortable report it and find out from other parents what the teacher is like but i were you i would get him out of there. It sounds dangerous. And well definately report him but i do consider this weekend find out from other parents what there kids stories are about the teacher
best of luck =]
Help me too plz ?
Originally Answered: What is Middle School like?
First of all, middle school isn't that bad!
I'm in eighth grade now, and I actually love middle school.
Don't change yourself for it, and there is nothing wrong with green eyes!
It's not hard at all, if you work hard. The lessons are from elementary school, with more detail added onto them. You make the kids sound like models or something, and they aren't. There are girls that will look like you. Almost everyone will be nice, except maybe the "Popular girls" that might pick on you or talk behind your back. Yes, there is a lot of homework, you will have probably and assignment everyday for each class. No one is obsessed with Twilight at my school, and people are fans of him, but they don't like talk about him all the time and wear shirts with his face on it. You will be accepted by someone even if you DON'T lose weight, and if you do, you'll be accepted just as much.
P.S. It's JUSTIN Bieber, not Justing. It's personality that counts. Good luck!