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Mother Takes Matters Into Her Own Hands After Son Is Bullied, Her Method Immediatley Goes Viral

In recent years, the issue of bullying within the education system has garnered more and more attention from the general public and media outlets. Tragically, many cases of bullying have led to violence, psychological trauma, and even suicide. One woman’s response to a case of bullying in Shropshire, England has gone viral after a bully’s mother took to Facebook on February 22, 2017, to lambast the actions of her 12-year-old son after she found out what he had been doing in the schoolyard.

When single mom, Terri Day Evans, sent her son off to school each morning, she had no idea that her son was consciously or unconsciously bullying other children. Ms. Day Evans found out about her son’s bullying tendencies when she received news that her son had stamped on the foot of a new student, humiliating her in front of her peers, breaking the heel of her shoe and reducing the young girl to tears. Rather than just verbally rebuking her son or grounding him, the young boy’s outraged mother posted a lengthy criticism of her son’s actions on Facebook., saying:

“Absolutely disgusted that my 12-year-old son saw fit to purposefully tread on a new girls foot at school and twist his foot with such force it broke her brand new shoes (causing the heel) to snap. I’ll tell you something Jacob, if you so much as breath in her or anyone’s direction in a bullying manner I will personally hand you over to their parents for every demeaning chore they see fit for as long as they do. Kiss goodbye to your birthday money as you will be buying the girl a new pair of shoes and a bunch of flowers!

The post gained enormous attention online, going viral and receiving more than 55,000 likes. The actions of bully’s mother have been both praised and criticized for many commenters approving of her tough love attitude. However, other viewers have viewed Ms. Day Evans’ post as hypocritical, with one person saying “I understand that you wanted to embarrass your son a little for his actions," said one, "but ... outing him on FB is a bully move. He clearly got his behavior from you. Shame that you aren't realizing that”. It is hoped that the embarrassing incident has taught the young bully a lesson, Ms. Day Evans is undeterred by online critics, emphasizing that "I stand wholly by his punishment but regret that it went as viral as it did”.

Source: AWM
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