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SOLUTIONS TO BULLYING

Bullying Solutions

SUFFERING IN SILENCE

Bullying can enter a kid’s life at anytime and send them spiraling down towards hopelessness and despair. The young victims are rarely aware of the options available to them, which is why they continue to suffer in silence. You need to help your child realize that they’re not weak and help them discover ways to bring their torment to an end.

A SUFFOCATING EXPERIENCE

Bullying can often leave the victim feeling utterly distraught, making them feel like the walls are closing in on them and that there’s no easy escape from the nightmare. People they turn to for help can let them down, thus reinforcing their sense of isolation. Depression despair and desperation can drive them to the edge, tempting them to end their misery at the expense of their health, dreams and even life.

WARNING SIGNS

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) identify these possible warning signs for bullying:

  • Child comes home with torn, damaged or missing clothes, books, or belongings
  • Unexplained cuts, bruises, scratches
  • Has few friends, if any
  • Seems afraid to go to school or take part in after-school activities
  • Takes a long “illogical” route when walking to and from school
  • Has lost interest in school work or suddenly begins to do poorly
  • Appears sad, moody, teary, or depressed when he/she comes home
  • Has trouble sleeping and/or frequent bad dreams
  • Experiences a loss of appetite
  • Appears anxious and suffers from low self-esteem
  • Recurrent complaints of physical symptoms such as stomach-aches or headaches with no apparent cause
  • Sudden change in language (calling themselves a “loser” or a best friend a “jerk”)

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POST TRAUMATIC SYNDROME

PTSD (Post Traumatic Syndrome Disorder)

POST TRAUMATIC SYNDROMEIn ancient Greece, it was called, “divine madness”. During the U.S. Civil War it was called, “soldier’s heart”. During World War I it was called, “shell shock”. During World War II it was called “combat fatigue” and during the Viet Nam War it was called, “PTSD (Post Traumatic Syndrome Disorder). We are simply calling It TRAUMA, which is an evil influence that needs to be delivered away from the patient.

traumaGovernments are spending millions of dollars to try to deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) on its returning soldiers.  Psychologists are at a loss and end up relying on medication, but the problem doesn’t go away.

Postpartum depression (PND) develops after a mother gives birth.  PTSD and PND Can Happen to All Who Experience Trauma or Witness Trauma.POST TRAUMATIC SYNDROME

God Heals PTSD and PND through His Deliverance. This includes Dysthymia, a mild chronic depression.

Some More Serious Symptoms of Demonic Attack related to Fear:

  • Seizures of panic or other fear that is terrifying.
  • Terrifying doubt of one’s salvation even though they once knew the joy of salvation.
  • Dreams or nightmares that are of a horrific nature and often …recurring.
  • Bizarre terrifying thoughts that seem to come from nowhere and you cannot control them.POST TRAUMATIC SYNDROME

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DELIVERANCE from FEAR, ABUSE & TRAUMA

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“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.”1 John 4:18

NEGATIVE, SELF-CRITICAL, ANXIETY THINKING

Despite Jesus’ admonition not to worry, we do. We fill our minds with thoughts that provoke anxiety and even despair.

  • “What if …? “Thinking which always focuses on the future and not the present.
  • “If only…?” Thinking  which focuses on the past and not the present.
  • “I should…” Thinking  tends to ignore reality completely.  I should be able to hear my husband’s criticism without feeling hurt. (But the fact is that I do feel hurt.)
  • “I don’t have…” Thinking focuses on negative thinking. I don’t have the energy, the looks, the money… 
  • Comparison Thinking: If you compare yourself to other people you may become bitter or vain. There will always be someone greater or lesser than yourself.

Jesus encourages us: “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in Me.” John 13:1

DELIVERANCE FROM FEAR & ABUSE

Abuse – to maltreat; to misuse, to use with bad motives; to violate; to defile; to deceive, to impose on; to cause fear; to treat harshly; from using insulting language. Emotional abuse is usually the use of our words to undermine and attack a person or their worth or identity causing fear and trauma. What will be required is Deliverance.

WHAT IS DELIVERANCE?

 

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Deliverance is defined as “a rescue from bondage or danger.” Deliverance is often sought from evil spirits or the spirit of lust, jealousy, etc. We are told to “Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. Resist him, standing firm in the faith.”                                                                                                                                                  1 Peter 5:8,9

All aspects of deliverance are available only through the person and work of Jesus Christ:” When the seventy-two disciples returned, they joyfully reported to him, ‘Lord, even the demons obey us when we use your name!’”                                                                              Luke 10:17

 DO YOU NEED DELIVERANCE?

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