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Universal Martial Arts Centers.

10888 Foothill Blvd. Suite 190

Rancho Cucamonga, Ca. 91730

(909)989-1400 Text us at (909)942-0264

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10888 Foothill Blvd. suite 190 Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730

(NW corner of Spruce and Foothill Blvd next to Banner Mattress, in the terra Vista Town Center.)


Stopping the Bully


Anti Bully Campaign

The effects of bullying can lead to catastrophic results. Being the victim of a bully can and often does cause the following.

Lower self-esteem                    Loss of social status, (no                                                     friends)

Lower self-confidence               Feelings of loneliness

Lower level of self-respect        Feelings of surrender

Depression                              Feeling isolated, left out

In some cases even suicide. Learn to recognize the signs of bullying early, ask your child questions in a non leading manner to get them to open up about a possible bully. Give them the skills and confidence to defeat the bully Mentally, verbally as well as physically if needed. 

There are many symptoms and signs that your child may be being bullied. Here is a list of some of the most common signs that your child is being victimized by a bully. 

  • Receiving notification from your child's teacher that your child is requesting to use the restroom frequently after recess or lunch.
  • Changes in your child's ability to cope with subtle things like losing a game.
  • Your child starts acting aggresively toward others or smaller children.
  • Your chld makes deragatory statements about others in a demeaninig manner.
  • A decline in schalastic effort.
  • Wanting to stay out of school.
  • Acting out or aggressive behavior toward pets.
  • Drawing violent pictures of other kids in school.
  • Wanting to spend more time alone than normal or with other family members.
  • Not wanting to participate in otherwise fun school activities. 
  • Becoming distant from others in social settings or avoiding playing with others.

There are several factors and behavioral traits that are reflected by your child's behavior, While these traits are symbolic of being the victim of being bullied, Seeing these behaviors in your child does not always mean that they are being bullied. Talk to your child. Ask them how the other kids interact with them. Most younger children do not understand the term bully. Instead of asking if "Johnny" picks on your child, ask questions like "How does Johnny treat you?" "Are you guys friends?" "Are you best buddies?" This approach will help your child to discuss with you the behavior they are experiencing toward them during recess or social time. 


Bullying statistics report that 90% of children between the 4th and 8th grade have reported being bullied.

282,000 students are physically attacked in secondary schools each month.

Statistics say that 77% of students are bullied mentally, verbally, and physically.

Bullying statistics say that 100,000 kids carry a gun to school.

Statistics show that 1 out of 4 kids will be bullied at school this month alone.

School bullying statistics reveal that 43% of school aged students fear harassment in the bathroom at school. This leads to disrupted class rooms when the students return to class, and they ask permission to use the restroom during class time, instead of recess. This leads to decreased academic success.