There are no teachers that can help you, because their help will trigger more bullying.
There are teachers (and others) that can help you. I'm a teacher. It may seem like no one can help, and not every single situation can be stopped, especially immediately, but it can be helped.
Bullying will never end, but if there's harsher punishment for offenders, a lot of it can be eliminated.
The biggest deterrent to bullying should be parents stopping their kids from doing it. Unfortunately, their authority over their kids and their kids' accountability is notably absent in this day and age.
I learned hard way if you don' t fight it gets worse & if you do really do or you get hurt. Idk maybe most people can but sometimes its hard to fight too. your humanity gets in the way - you were young. Idk if i woul have regrets?Hey everyone new guy on the block. Want more info about me I posted in the meet and greet. But anyway I've had to defend myself plenty of times over the years unfortunately since I hate fighting outside the ring or the gym and I always walk away if I can or talk my way out. There's only time I regret fighting and think that maybe I shouldn't have.
This happened after I'd been training for about 5 months maybe. But before my training I did 0 exercise and I was very fat. I'd lost a good bit from training but was still quite big . But there was this one kid who'd bullied me for years with different stuff like name calling throwing stuff at me and had punched me hard a few times. This day we were In gym class and the teachers hadn't come in yet and he was mouthing off pushing and shoving me I just turned my back and went to walk away and as I did he ran over and pantsed me. Now I was obviously embarrassed and angry since there was a lot of people including girls around and I was sick of the bullying so I pulled my shorts up turned and front kicked him in the stomach which made him fly back a bit. As he did I stepped forward telling him to back off he ran at me and through a punch which I ducked under and as I was low punched him in the stomach and came back up with a hook to the head which staggered him. Then his friends jumped me and I can't remember exactly what happened then but it was all a mess until the teacher came in and broke it up. I got In trouble since I hit first.
I do regret maybe I shouldn't have done anything after he pantsed me or maybe after the first kick I should have just gotten out of there. That's the one fight I really regret since I feel I could have avoided it like I have done other fights. I just wondered what others thought.
OK, thanks for clarifying. I agree with the above, and especially if you train so-called "deadly techniques".A lot of times you hesitate that can get you hurt - unless you box on the regular or spar you will hesitate and many times way you believe can make you hesitate .
You get itOK, thanks for clarifying. I agree with the above, and especially if you train so-called "deadly techniques".
I remember a zillion years ago getting into a stupid fight and having a really clear shot at my attackers cojones. I could have totally smashed them, but I hesitated. My attacker took advantage of my hesitation and turned the tables and beat me up pretty good.
Funny thing. I still think I was right not to hit him there. It was a stupid fight, not a deadly criminal assault and we both walked away without serious injuries. You attempt a "deadly" technique and you've just escalated the fight to a potentially "deadly" level in which either one ...or both participants may be seriously hurt.