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My son has recently been bullied at school in Feb 15 and refused to go to school. He had been bullied by another pupil who he did not know and it happened when the crossed over blocks (the school has two buildings where students have to cross over the road to get to there). The bullying was sorted out but he lost all his confidence and was very withdrawn. We have worked with the school and gradually introduced him back to lessons by starting to go to the learning support unit for a couple of hours a day and has just started year 10 and has now been attending all classes every day. He seems ok now but my anxiety over this is really bad and i feel very anxious every morning as i think he might refuse to go again.
He came home early yesterday with a bad headache and I was convinced that there was another problem, but he re assured me that there was not and went into school ok today.
How can I stop my anxiety every morning as I am already on Fluoxetine and Amitriptyline for anxiety and depression and I tend to think about things that might not even happen. I know i should take each day as it comes but i think too far ahead about any problems that might arise.
I do feel that I have not been a very nice person in the past and i am being punished for it. I dont want my son to be punished for something that i might have done and i cannot think of anything that is that bad that i have to be punished for it.
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