Mum shares brilliant way she teaches her kids not to bully – leaving other parents floored

IT can sometimes be difficult to explain things to children in a way that they understand.

But one mum has come up with a brilliant method of teaching her kids why they shouldn't bully others – and all you need is a piece of paper.


Holding up the paper, she instructed her son: "I want you to say mean things to this paper!" 

"Okay!" her son replied, before beginning: "You’re ugly."

For each insult, the mum scrunched a section of the paper.

"Your breath stinks, you smell like poop, your family doesn’t love you, you’re fat, you need to lose weight, you don’t brush your teeth, you don’t wash your hands," the son continues.

By the end, the paper has been scrunched into a tiny ball.

"Now I want you to say SORRY to this paper," she said.

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Once he'd said sorry, she unscrewed the paper, until it was a large piece again – but with the marks from the scrunching still clear to see.

"Is this paper fixed?" she asked.

"No," he replied.

"This is why we don’t bully," she concluded.


The mum was quickly praised by other parents for sharing the clever teaching method.

"Well done very important message thank you," one person wrote.

"Such a wonderful lesson!" another added.

"now thats smart parenting.." a third commented.

Another comment read: "That is such a great lesson."

"Awesome! Gonna try it with my son," another impressed mum wrote.

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