Nique thought of the most kind and heartwarming way to get her daughter to understand that bullying is wrong.
One must imbibe the right values within their children as early as possible before they can grasp the wrong things. Moreover, parents must use the right and efficient methods to correct their children when they do something wrong. TikTok mom Nique shared a significant and pleasant way how she dealt with things when her daughter bullied another student at school. The text overlay read, “Your child decided to be a follower and bully another girl knowing how much you hate bullies. This is how we apologize in our household.” The mom then revealed that she took her daughter to purchase and assemble a thoughtful gift as an apology for bullying a fellow student.
The wholesome gift consisted of several items including a notebook, flowers, a note of encouragement and apology written by Nique’s daughter, candy and a lot more. All the items were placed aesthetically into a basket with wrapping paper, glitter and more to ensure that the apology was loud and clear and that the girl hopefully felt better after a sincere apology. The mom also shared a caption that read, “I always tell my daughter you should be kind to others because you don’t know what they’re going through and what they have to deal with every day.” The mom further explained in the caption that she stresses the need to be humble and kind as words can greatly impact a person.
In a follow-up video, the mom captured her daughter taking the gifts to the girl. The mom also added another thoughtful gesture to the apology. She called up the girl’s mother and said, “I was calling to let you know that I wanted to pay to take your daughter to braid her hair with one of my friends who braids my kid’s hair.” The mom further mentioned that she paid for her daughter’s hair to be braided and wanted to hand over the opportunity to the girl this time instead. “I told my daughter, ‘Since you want to talk about people’s hair and bully them, I’m going to give her your spot.’” “Yes, that’s fine and I do appreciate it,” the girl’s mother said.
“You don't bully someone because you never know what they’re going through. I always teach my kids that what you have can be taken away from you at the snap of a finger so I’m nice to all those I come across and I expect my kids to do the same,” Nique explained. People appreciated the way Nique took a calm approach to the situation and mindfully ensured that her daughter learned a lesson while helping the other kid feel better. @mrs_ball_8721 said, “Thank you. I lost my daughter to bullying. Thank you for being a light in this dark world.” @sunflower_love_86 said, “As someone who went through bullying from elementary to high school, this means a lot. I teach my kids the same thing. Kudos to you and your daughter momma!” @artbysir said, “You’re an amazing mother. Thank you for teaching your kid to stop bullying and love others who may not have it like that.”