Is it True That Violence Never Solves Anything? Should We Teach Our Daughters To Hit Back When Somebody Touches Them?

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I spent a wonderful afternoon with my 23 years young daughter Tahnee. I am so proud of her what an amazing and smart woman she turns out to be. I still have questions about being a good enough mother, if I taught her enough. What am I missing? I might have forgotten something very important. 

How should she deal with violence?

Some praised the Mom for empowering her Daughter. Others condemned her for endorsing Violence.- Source

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How would my girl understand the acts of violence, how to react, if her own mother doesn't even know, yet. I made too many mistakes myself, not knowing how to cope with rape and abuse in many forms.

My parents did not prepare me. It's not their fault because probably they did not know either.

Should we teach our daughters to hit back when anybody "touches" them in the wrong way or treats them with disrespect? Should they react with violence? Scream as loud as possible to be heard? Report assault?  

My first thought is "YES! Of Course!" It's every woman's right to stand up and stop predators and abusers in any shape. "Go for the balls if somebody touches your crotch!" Hit hard when somebody hits you!?

This article didn't get out of my mind and this topic is still in my head : Teach Your Daughters to Hit People Who Touch Them

The #MeToo campaign has touched me deeply in many ways. Partly because I was myself the victim of sexual assault by a male relative. - Source 

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Protect your children!

Our justice system doesn't really help victims. So, do we have no other choice than to help ourselves?

Historically too many women have not always been believed and very few, including myself have the courage to come out in public telling their sad stories about their experiences of sexual predations.  

According to a new study by the CDC, 1 in 5 women have been raped in their lifetime. 80% of those women say they had been raped before the age of 25, with 1/3 of those women saying that they had been raped later in life. That's horrific, isn't it? I bet you're wondering what, in the name of all that's holy, could possibly be as horrific as that? - Source 

 

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I tried to keep my girl protected as long and as well as possible, knowing that one day I had to let her go to live her life by herself. She had to live in a world that might treat her gender as an object. Oh yes! I was treated badly and was scared to send her to some madness she might have to face. Stay positive is so easy to say but it might take many years to learn how to see the beauty in people again. I never gave up to work towards achieving a happy life and trust again! It was difficult to fix the damage to my body and mind and so hard to find ways to tame my own violent, passive agressive personality in younger age. 

Bullying is a form of rape and should be taken more serious in our schools!

My girl was bullied at her school and this caused a lot of problems also in our family and my relationship with her. She closed down. She didn't "hit" back because she is a gentle and such a sweet, sensitive girl. I assumed that she would know how to defend herself, I am a woman who had to learn to be strong and I assumed she would be like that as well. Her strength manifests in different ways but as a more introvert personality she started hiding in her own shell. She suffered in silence and I was not aware enough to help her through. I feel guilty that I didn't realise how bad it actually effected her. Maybe I should have told her what this mother did. 

Mom Causes Controversy When She Tells Daughter to Kick Bullies in the Balls

She is doing well now, much better and I am happy to say that this horrific teenage experience will make her stronger everyday. I am glad that she started understanding my flaws not helping her enough. 

Teach your children NOT to bully!

 

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Overcoming trauma in a non violent manner

I had to learn to deal with my own traumas and have to say that the pain never leaves you. How to overcome many nightmares of guilt and how to accept the presence of unconscious anger, emotions you prefer to keep hidden. I had to figure out how to minimise my fears but will always have issues to trust "people". 

I started "hitting" in my helpless attempts to get rid of the hurt deep inside. It didn't help me at all. I pushed away "love" for a very long time until I realised that I had to start loving myself first to be able to conquer my anger. 

Those bruises and scares on my soul were driving me into the abyss of violent behaviour and I am not proud of some helpless reactions in my past.  

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Teach your children that violence is never the answer but I still believe to teach your daughters how to defend themselves, to be able to "HIT BACK" when absolutely needed.

When violence against women is no longer societally accepted, no longer kept secret; when everyone understands that even one case is too many. That's when it will change.- Joe Biden

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Violence did NOT solve ANYTHING! Violence causes more pain! Forgiveness heals! 

Forgiveness helps and its good to know that I am not alone to overcome abuse. 

Every woman who thinks she is the only victim of violence has to know that there are many more.- Selma Hayek

I leave you with a last inspiring thought from one of the articles I read 

Can your daughter get in trouble for violence at school? Yes, she can, and should. Violence is illegal. Note: I didn’t say wrong. I said illegal. The two are not synonyms. Gays and lesbians getting married was illegal. It was never wrong.- Source 

 I found some my older articles on this topic

I Turned Back Time With A Song For "7 Seconds", Wishing To Stop Problems And Violence In Our World

Don't Let it Get to You And Speak Well Of Others, Not Of Their Faults!

Yours @mammasitta 

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Such an important topic, @mammasitta. Thanks for your post.

I think the circumstances of each incident drives the proper response. Hitting out as "punishment" is different from engaging in violence to stop an attack or to escape. Violence is never a solution to settle disputes, but it is perfectly warranted to interrupt an attack.

More difficult is the aftermath. I told each of my daughters that once a man lays a hand against you, it will happen again. It is after One Time that you must get out of that relationship. So many women make excuses, take responsibility, or try to believe that it will never happen again. One time is one time too many.

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One time is one time too many and might even cost your life!

Very good post topic! I believe that all women should be taught self-defense. I'm generally a very non-violent person but feel it's perfectly acceptable and smart to be able to defend yourself against attackers/abusers. I grew up in a very tough inner city neighborhood and had to learn how to fight. The knowledge that you can handle yourself in these situations gives you much more self-confidence in general. Bullies are usually cowards that have the innate ability to smell weakness a mile away but if a person carries themselves with confidence I feel they're less of a target.

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You are absolutely right! "Eating or being eaten!" A law of nature! We must learn to be stronger than the ones who try to attack us but never attack first.
I read your poetry book "emancipation" and many thoughts came into my mind. Old sadness surfaced again and I knew that I had to write about such important topic. I feel emotionally drained because I wanted to be even more honest telling my own stories but I rather keep it to myself. I conquered the pain quite well and all I wish is to inspire other young women sharing a part of my experience.
Tomorrow I go back to my Kickboxing class :) hoping my Girl will join.

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I'm sorry the poetry dredged up old sadness in you! I think it's great that you're turning a negative into a positive and choosing to inspire and help others. So many people let negative experiences break them and I'm glad you didn't go that route. It was great meeting you in person and we'll be diving into that small bag of chocolates you gave us soon! Enjoy your weekend!

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Ohhh nooo The poetry was wonderful and it’s good how it effects me to get issues out of me. More mozartballs for The next fest :) and for myself now to keep My Spirit high for the weekend to come. Every experience if good or bad takes us to another level of consciousness and I am thankful for All my lessons even though a bit hard to bite on sometimes. Pictures sent soon.

Saying violence is not the answer, does not stop the violent, they will use violence, until you hit back.

I wish I'd known, the Non aggression principle when I was young. It took me 16 year before I stated hitting and that was the end of the bullying.

Also something to consider, is that the rapist could be someone familiar so that a child might hesitate to do or say something, especially when a child sees that person as authority.

My stance is : Boy or girl, man or woman, self defense is always justified.

I believe history would have been a lot different if all those millions and millions of people would have defended themselves.

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I wish I'd known, the Non aggression principle when I was young. It took me 16 year before I started hitting and that was the end of the bullying.

At that time, I wished my daughter would have hit back when they bullied her. I rather would have dealt with the problems at her school but the bullies would have stopped.
She is not that kind of girl and was so sweet. I was angry at her!!! that she didn't defend herself. Those are my mistakes I regret. Now I do understand that she might have been ashamed to admit that the popular group didn't like her.

My harsh advice was based on my own experience and I would "show my fists" like a mad injured lioness because after being molested by somebody I trusted at too young age, I turned into a "mean machine"! NOBODY could touch me without getting in troubles.

People knew to stay away from me! I made it clear!

I believe history would have been a lot different if all those millions and millions of people would have defended themselves.

I agree 100000%

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Regret is such a thing. It doesn't help i.m.h.o. 'You' can do nothing to change the past, that is how it was.
The only thing 'you' can change are decisions now and in the future, or maybe talk about it but that's all.
Carrying a load of regret (or guild or shame or other things), does not help you or anybody. I always imagine myself in the future, looking back, and ask my future self: Did all that regretting, (or feeling ashamed, guilty or whatever) make my live any better? The answer (of my future self) is always no. Or to say it differently; If 'you' regret a lot maybe at the end of your live, you will regret the regretting a lot. ;)

English is not my native language so I hope you get what I'm saying.

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You are absolutely right!!! I am getting better in NOT using this word that much and shake off when that guilty feeling rises.

Thank you for sharing this post, it's a very important topic and close to my heart since I have three daughters. I'm sorry to know that you went through such a horrible experience. It must have a been a real struggle to overcome it.
My husband and I wanted the kids to learn self defence so they go to Taekwondo classes. They use the kicks and punches freely on eachother!...but I'm not sure if they would every use it on someone else, even if that person was a bully. I like the fact that are good natured and non-violent (outside of the house!) but hope that martial arts training will give them an instinct to use it if and when when needed in the future.

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@mummyimperfect I think you are perfect :)
I really appreciate your comment, telling me about your 3 lovley ( Oh wow 😮 for those triple kicks & emotions) and soon to be “Power Puff” Girls. Hehehe!
It’s so good to send them to such classes to gain self confidence and learn some important moves.

I thought that I did everything in my motherly power but somewhere along the line things went wrong. It all started when her best friend, a fun little blond Australian Girl left Bali, The island where we lived at the time. She lost her “partner”.

We, as parents have to be extremely attentive! The bullying at her new school with predominantly Asian or Eurasian kids was so bad that she even wanted to stop all those after school classes she once started. It was a difficult time indeed. She chose to be one of the “outsiders” group and found a very sweet Balinese friend for life but her whole personaliity changed. I am happy to see her coming back to who she really is at age 23.
Anyways, I believe that it’s very important to keep your daughters in this class as long as possible to learn how to defend themselves and “fletch teeth” when needed. Some badly educated men in various cultures as well as classes need to be shown and taught what “Respect” means, especially “Respect for Women”.

I think that far far too many people in the world equate "Self defense" with being violence. Self defense is not violence. Self defense is a measured response to violence that is/has been done to you or others. "Everyone" should learn to protect themselves from violence. Self defense does not escalate violence it escalates it.
Do not let the media brainwash you, do not let the liberal mindset brainwash you, do not let anyone tell you something is wrong that you know is right.

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Very well said!
Don’t let anybody tell you you are wrong when you feel it’s right to defend yourself.
We need more trustworthy places these “injured” girls can go, to talk things out.

I think violence is different than self defense and should not be confused. violence implies intent to do harm and self defense is simply that...defending one's self, which is a God given right.

You ladies are looking beautiful and gracious!!

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You got a valid point here! Its our right and all I wish that my daughter would take a selfdefense course because it seems that we face more and more violence on a daily base. It seems to be worse than ever...

Thanks for your sweet compliment. I love my gracious and strong minded Girl!

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You are for sure one of those I would love to meet at the next @steemfest :)

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I'll be doing my best to get there next time :) Would love to meet you, too!!

Why should a girl get in trouble when she is in school, college or even at home!!
Why is almost every girl a victim of violence!!
Why don't we work together to stop this!!
These are things we need to look at and change them once and for all.
This happens because we people simply ignore such things.
This is why men keep on harassing women.

We need to work together to make our societies better and change the mindset of male folk.
Because women are physically weaker than men and always struggle defending themselves. Men should stop harassing women, this looks to me as the best possible solution.

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to speak on this @mammasitta

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Oh dear ! I know There are so many WHY's I cannot answer :(
I feel emotionally drained after writing this article today but somehow I am dealing with my own traumas in writing about it. It's hard to bring up pain again and again. All I wish is to see our children in well deserved safety. We all have to do our part as a community!

"Teach your children that violence is never the answer but I still believe to teach your daughters how to defend themselves, to be able to "HIT BACK" when absolutely needed". - Few glad I read that.. because any nutter would say not to defend yourself ;)

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We have to first teach the society that who have a bad sight toward girls they are the waste material of the world first we have to remove them from our society

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As I already mentioned:

Violence is the Problem, not the solution"

So what is the solution ??

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The solution is to teach women self defense because there will always be some scumbag who will take advantage. You can educate all you want, but it’s just basic morality to keep your hands to yourself (no matter what culture). I don’t care if you come from a culture where woman are still phallic (meant just for procreation) symbols. That’s a terrible excuse.

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EXACTLY!!!!!! Couldn't have said it better! Thanks for this opinion!

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Try to build a society where is not any place for violence by terracing them the lesson of humanity this is the solution which comes in my mind otherwise I want to ask the answer of this question from your side

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I like both of your answers!

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OH .....how do I agree with you! I wish I would have known to hit back at age 11!

I wouldn't teach my daughter to hit back but to protect and defend herself, just like i would train my son. It is a delicate World, i have seen some domestic abuse where husband had beaten to death their Wives in Nigeria, i wouldn't want to loose my Princess to some scumbag!

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I believe that is the way to go ! We need to teach our children to defend themselves and that NO form of abuse is acceptable and always speak up and out without feeling guilty nor ashamed.
I know about scumbags! Too many! I go back to my kickboxing class ......I was too lazy and skipped a few :)

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Oh wow!

I trained boxing, karate and kick Boxing...i still got some few kicks left

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I am not that great but its fun to learn a few kicks...BTW , Do you have children already?

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Oh No...
Still single, just plans for my unborn kids😁

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Always good to have a master plan even though it always turns out differently than planned 🤣

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Hahahaha, you are very correct.

Though i could have been a father to a 3yr old, but the lady decided to remove it to punish me over a slight misunderstanding....am 32 and still hoping for the best

I've got three daughters, whom I hope will be confident and strong, who will ask questions and look for answers, and who will be able to defend themselves against any attack. And I see it as my responsibility, to help them achieve all of the above. Like many have said before my reply Self defense is not the same as violence. Thank you for bringing this topic to light @mammasitta

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Wow! 3 ! Thats a huge responsibility for a father. You sound like a very good one! I raised my daughter, a single child for the first 5 years of her life all alone. I tried my best to teach how to defend herself but I mentioned before that I expected too much from her at her young age. It was overwhelming maybe that she had a very strong mother. I failed in some ways to be more gentle but at the end of all, it turned out well. Anyways, we all go through a learning process on our on time. Teenage years are always complicated for parents and also their children.
Nice to meet you and thanks so much for your valuable comment.

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Thanks mammasitta, I'm their mother, but easy mistake to make

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Upppsss .....hahaha thats kind of funny that I thought you are the father. You sound very powerful :) !!!

I agree with you. We have to teach our child to defend not violet, to hit back but never started hitting.
You know things that happen here, like last tine about the Bali lady whose leg got cut off. And about two days ago, a female doctor were shot to death by her husband for asking a divorce after her husband were found raping his assistant. That is a tottal madness.
and yes, we have to teach our child, and I will teach my future kids.

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OMG OMG OMG !!!
Yes, I know about this story and had it on my mind for a long time and still shocked what violence can do. Anger stored deep inside comes out like a time bomb.
I DID know men like that! I have learnt to stay distant from danger but it took me years to understand how.

I love your words so much :

We have to teach our children to defend not violent, to hit back but never start hitting.

One simple rule; keep your hands away from others and belongings from others,... that woud make life so much easier for all of us.
RESPECT, a word many did forget ...

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Respect! Doesn’t this word sound so easy and still so difficult to understand for some?

Very good post!
Our justice system is a failure in many ways.
So us knowing that we must as individuals be very vigilant to our surroundings at ALL times and have a plan. Thanks for sharing this and steem on :)

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Nice to meet you:) Yeah ....That Masterplan! We do need it for the future of our children and big changes in our society. I am hopeful and believe its possible....

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deffently is possible but only time will tell how we evolve and come together.

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I am old enough to see that we do evolve :) step by step on the #soulblockchain :)

Das ist ein sehr guter Artikel.
Ich bin total friedlich aber man muss auch lernen anderen Grenzen zu setzen/ sich wehren können bzw. so wie es in den Wald reinschreit so halt es auch heraus.
Glasklarer Resteem.

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Genau!! Ich denke sogar daran einen Selfdefense Kurs zu nehmen, obwohl es etwas spät ist für mich. Ich versuche es meiner Tochter einzureden. Ich mache mir manchmal so richtige Sorgen. Was sich alles abspielt heutzutage ist schlimmer als je zuvor. danke für deinen Support!

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Sehr gute Idee. Ich denk ein Selfdefensekurs sollte jeder machen.
Dafür ist nie zu spät und ist gut für Körper, Geist und Seele.
Ich glaube auch wenn man sich wehren kann und friedlich im Sein ist dann sieht man weniger Ärger an.

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Da hast Du Recht! Ich werde baldigst wieder in meine Kickbox Klasse gehen :)

I think knowing how to hit and showing this can actually help not being assaulted and therefore can protect even without having to fight ;)
So knowing how to do so is definitely a good thing!

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I 100% agree with you. Girls should learn how to defend themselves....also boys! I even think that schools should put more focus on this subject and help parents and their children.

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Yeah, it should definitely be a bigger part of sports in school. But there is so much which should be added to school which isn't included.

Sports in general are a great tool to make you more self aware and this shines out to other people who then are not as likely to bully you. I rarely see any pupils who are in a sports club get bullied.

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oh well oh well .....our school system is a whole new article :)

Such an important post. Violence doesn't solve problems but sometimes to protect ones self you have to "fight fire with fire" just to stay alive and unharmed.

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I was tripple fire ! I needed some water to cool down

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I can identify. Just don't mess with my cubs!

This post is amazing I would like to redeem this post of you permit me I never take permission from anyone but this post has a great message so I need your permission

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thank you so much. it comes from deep deep deep inside.....

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It's my pleasure and honour to read a fantastic post I like to comments on post but really I never interacted to any post like this post thanks again restemmed

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I am truly pleased and happy to hear. Its still such an important topic #metoo

great post .... yes teach your children and also put them in marshall arts self-defense if they want and you can... there are small moves they can do to defend themselves.. I saw a while back online a video on what to do if you are pulled into a car to be raped... there are defensive moves during the act that will defend you... get the info now...great post

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That’s the best way ! I missed out to send my girl to such class because most of her friends went for ballet and vaulting.
So, she didn’t show enough interest to join classes with the boys :(
Can you find the link for the Video?

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I am still looking for the original video I was referring to but this one is great. If I find it I will get back with you... :)
Get her and yourself in some kind of self defense:

All this is making me want to take a self-defense class. People that hurt other people piss me off.

My favorite while searching for the original one.. these 5 moves are a must to know.

Opphs: now I can't find the one I wanted to post ...darn

one more .. when they are on top

Your daughter has learned from you everything she needs. It has its own destiny-karma, I believe it will do many beautiful things in life. You're a great mother, friend and blogger @mammasitta P.S. I know how creative you are, I'd like your support and sugestion for - Steemit slogan

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I really tried my best but i made mistakes......

what you mean with steemit slogan?

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I will check it out tomorrow because I need to catch a little rest now. It was very emotional to write about this topic

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I wish you a nice rest

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Thanks so much .....

I think that if we teach our children self acceptance and that they are ok the way they are with their boundaries and needs. And that it's ok to express them when they feel it's necessary that they would feel loved by us as parents but also by themselves, which would make them much less vulnerable for people pretending to give love but having bad intentions. And this self love would help them to feel what needs to be done in a challenging situation. Which can be dealt with peacefully sometimes, sometimes running off is the best solution and sometimes hitting or screaming might be what feels right. And this is ok. We shouldn't be teaching any kind of behaviour to be practiced at all times. Each moment calls for us to be loyal to ourselves and what feels right.

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You spoke my mind! Yes Yes ! I can't find more words because agree 100% with you. As parents we try our best but sometimes we might fail to catch the moments when they need our help immediately when they go through difficult times. I missed out on some of those moments my daughter needed me more than I thought.

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Maybe it's not too late and you can show her now...<3

This is true that violence never solve anything but in the case of girls violence is important to protect themselves the sure make violence for their own safety according to me the people who have bad ideal towards girls the public have to punish them

Save girl save future

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Save all humans and all beings from any kind of violence!!!!

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You are right @mammasitta but all the human and child get harmed by the disaster with we're made by god or we can say that by nature but the problem for girls is made by few people's of society

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Exactly! You are right!

When my daughers reached the age of 12 & 13 we send them to Jiu Jitsu classes... as they didn't want to, we found a "compromis"... my wife & I went too :-)
Sadly enough, my wife and I didn' persevere and stopped. A year later both my daughters stopped too...

Now they are 21 & 22... and they told me they regret they stopped because bullying is everywhere...

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Thats the best solution to get them moving at first:) You are great parents!!!
I tried similar ways and put her in a million of classes. My daughter always needs a " partner" but I couldn't join in with everything. My lame excuse was "no time"! I wish I could turn back that vicious time now and start all over again. My girl stopped a lot of those classes as well and she doesn't admit it yet that she regrets it but I am sure she will one day.

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well, at least it made us move :-)
yes, the "no time" excuse... who didn't use that one...

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I am glad to hear your honesty. Nobody is perfect but if I could try again, I would take much much more time, maybe forget the hustle to pay those bills and minimize costs for schools and high life standard. At the end, they only remember the love and attention they got, not the pool in the garden.

Violence is defined by the World Health Organization as "the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or community, which either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment, or deprivation", although the group acknowledges that the inclusion of "the use of power" in its definition expands on the conventional understanding of the word.[2] This definition involves intentionality with the committing of the act itself, irrespective of the outcome it produces. However, generally, anything that is excited in an injurious or damaging way may be described as violent even if not meant to be violence (by a person and against a person)...

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Thank you for this !

nice post @mammasitta, well this is so bad and i think this issue is increasing day by day and now it is so important for every women to learn the self defense, why not you try to teach her martial art, so that she able to defend herself more confidently and powerfully, the famous bollywood industry also makes a movie on exactly the same issue which you tells in this post.

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This movie tells why to learn the self defense is so important for womens and how women should tackle against harassment issues. thanks for sharing.

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I will check it out. I always loved kickass girl though:)
My daughter is old enough now that she will find her own ways to learn how to defend herself. Oh well. I hope so !

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this movie is definitely worth watching.

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I am watching the trailer now

As I am also a girl so I like this post so much according to my point of you at First we have to teach or children or society not to increase violence we have to develop a quality in our society of peaceful need

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This would be ideal indeed but reality is very different.

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You are really inspirational for me I think that if I am in your contact I will learn many things from you so thanks for reply and I will always keep in touch with you thanks again

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I am so humbly pleased to hear this. Wow! I guess thats why I am la @mammasitta :) for many

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Now I will try to catch your every post bye bye good night✋👍

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That’s so sweet of you!

Hiii @mammasitta, very informational article you shared and thanks for point out such an important issue. Our mostly girls facing problems now a days in the shape of sexual abuses and other threats. A little bit I am agreed with you, but I think violence is not a issue of anything.
It is the duty of parents to be friendly behaviour with their childrens so that they shared every problem with you without any shy. And then parent should be able to solved it properly. In the second side kids become depressed and involved many other problems. So they should be brave and confident. I like your article too much, my appreciations and support for you in love as:
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Brave and confident is not enough! I needed skills to defend myself properly.
Lets hope our society will move in a better direction to secure safety for our children and women, also men of course....

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Angers drowns and never empowers. Great article!

Such person should be given death penalty. Should not be with any daughter. Daughter is always like Moe and Sister.

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hmmmmm.....thats a whole new topic " death penalty" but I understand your very emotional reply. It was hard for me to write this today.

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Such people always keep thinking wrong. The best way for me was.

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I am not sure If I did understand .....Do you mean mean people will always be mean? Thats why asking to kill them?

Great post my friend.

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danke sehr

#life
Mahatma Ghandi : Where there is love there is life.

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Thats so beautiful!!!

If educated and avoided, everything is fine, STOP VIOLENCE!!!

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easy said but how and where to start?

nice post yes we all we should teach our daughters whenever it becomes necessary nice topic my friend

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thank you for your valuable comment

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Thank you so much

Great article . thanks for sharing
For your post propagation.
Upvote/Resteem

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thanks always !

No. We have to teach them how to adapt good friends. Very interesting post @mammasitta

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Thats great!

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thanks much !

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yea.

yes, @mammasitta
i support your post. good job in violence.

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@mammasitta inspired by you and written a post on the topic #girl power can you please take a look on it

@mammaasitta can I please resteem your post do you permit me

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sure sure !!! please!