Man from Tuam attacking a child for bullying his daughter
Bart is clearly heard saying in the video he will “do him in”, as another girl gets involved he said that she was next, this 40-year-old man throws the young boy on the ground and started grabbing him and starts shouting “I will split you open” if this was your child what would you do? This is called child abuse this boy is only 15 years old and this man is in his late 40s, these are young school kids, even if they did bully his daughter is he still allowed to grab a kid? Should he have never put his hands on this young boy?
So the kid on the ground getting shouted at, him and his friends bullied This man’s daughter for over a year, she had to leave school, get help for the stress these guys put on her, so was this man right in doing what he did, would you do the same to your kids if your kid was being bullied? Bullying is very much active in Ireland and a lot of people try and commit suicide which is very sad. Parents should start raising their kids better, my kid would never bully she knows it’s not right. It’s just kids thinking they’re mad and showing off to get noticed, but who whats to be noticed as a bully?
The HSE community healthcare organization
A dramatic increase in the number of young people dying by suicide in deprived parts of Dublin South Central amounts to a condemnation of social policies. Last year, for the first time, female suicide rates there equaled that of men, reflecting a threefold increase in ratio terms. The HSE community healthcare organization described the development as unique to the area but cautioned that it could represent a developing trend.
Bullying, Poverty, depression, social exclusion, isolation, and alcohol or drug abuse are among the most frequent reasons why people take their own lives. Men are four times more likely to kill themselves than women. And, within the Traveller community, the male suicide rate is seven times higher than in the general population. These dreadful figures have remained relatively stable, even as government spending on mental and welfare help contracted sharply with the onset of the recession.
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