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  • Jed F
    September 11, 2012 - 19:41

    There is a certain young lady serving a weeks detention right now in a local jr high.the crime...after 6 months of stalking,texting, harrassment, intimidation, and a couple of assaults by an older,heavier one grade above her male...she finally fought her way out of a corner by doing what she was shown....the bully went to the principal to have his nose fixed and recover.He had wanted to meet her in afield alone to try out her training, but he settled for a corner down the hall from class, alone...

  • Growing Sound
    September 10, 2012 - 15:50

    We're working on a musical solution to bullying! We want to teach children at a young age how to socialize in a positive manner! Help spread the word about our project. http://www.indiegogo.com/growingsoundcdproject

  • a business man
    September 07, 2012 - 08:35

    It is my position that every child, male and female, should be exposed to martial arts at a young age. It will enable the child to have the confidence to stand up to bullies, and more importantly, to retaliate successfully when things get violent. I too was bullied, but one day I decided that merely defending myself from the bully was not enough, and I let go on him....after that, his nose never looked the same, and i was never bullied again. Today, I feel bad about how far I took things, but I am glad that I received the training to do what I fell was necessary. Bullies must not win, and students should not fear going to school because of bullies. Honestly, martial arts cost only $100-150 per month per child and it is a great investment. My kids have been going for years and have learned so much. They go to competitions, interact with confident kids from families that can afford extras like martial arts, and the sometimes win and lose but most importantly train hard and exercise discipline. I recommend that ALL parents do this....it is probably the best decision you will ever make, and the money is honestly peanuts compared to what you (your child) gets in return. That all said, I am kinda glad that not everyone can afford to do this, because as a result, my kids will have an advantage in both self-defense training as well as mental discipline and work ethic.