I was reading an article in Psychology Today which drew a link between the act of opening the hips and releasing emotions.
It is not just children that get bullied, it can just as easily happen in adult workplaces or social situations. In this case study then “Mel” (not real name) used pole dancing to build up her confidence and show her bullies that they were to going to win.
If you are being bullied follow our guide:
You’ve just taken the first step to stopping the bullying by recognising that you have a problem. Read on for suggestions on how to deal with it . . .
If you think your child is bullying other children it is important to:
Don’t condemn your child, but try to quietly find out what is happening, and why (see below)
When a child is being bullied their behaviour often changes. Adults often consider changes in a child’s behaviour to be linked to growing pains. However, there are a number of quite distinctive signs that a child is being bullied, including any one or more of the following.