Kid Defends Himself With Open Guard and Finishes Fight With a Heel Hook

Some kid did a great job by defending himself in a bathroom fight. With his opponent unable to punch him or kick him kid managed to get the heel hook on him and force him to tap.Although it wasn’t the “perfect heel hook”, it stopped the fight and that’s what matters.The video at the end of article.

Here are a few pieces of advice that can help you to keep your kid safe.

1. Stay Connected with your child

If your child is feeling alone and powerless he’s the perfect victim for bullies. So it’s very important for your child to maintain connections with faithful friends and supportive adults. They need someone they can tell what’s going on in their life without any doubts of others reactions. They need to know you’re there to help them in every aspect of their life without being ashamed or anything else.

2. You should Create Awareness

If your child feels that you will never do anything he won’t even bother telling you his problems. Teach your child that he should create awareness when encountering any problems. Make sure that they don’t feel like cowards once they decide to tell you about bullying. Teach them it’s a bold and powerful move.

3. Explain to your child what Tattling really means

Many times children refuse to say something so they don’t feel like tattles. Explain to your child that that’s exactly what bully wants them to feel like. It’s one of the ways Bullies feel safe to continue bullying. Once the bully realizes he won’t be safe while bullying your child he loses power and will to continue.

4. Act quickly once you find out your child is a victim of bullying

The faster you act the faster bully will stop with bullying. The longer bully has the power over his victim the stronger the holds are. The bullies are the strongest once they know no one will take care of their victim. It’s an obvious sign for them to proceed at doing what they’re doing without fear of any consequences.

5. Teach your kid on how to act when confronted with a bully

Teach your kids to use direct, unemotional language when confronted with bullies. Teach them to let bullies know they have no intentions to be a victim of bullying. Tell them to follow a few simple steps when talking to bully:

  • maintain eye contact with bully without turning their back to them as it’s the sign of fear and discomfort and that’s what bullies are looking for
  • keep voice calm
  • take an appropriate distance from the bully and insist on it
  • use the bullies name what talking to him as using someone’s name is the strongest way to get someone to listen what you have to say