今天下午, 在处理一叠信件时, 听到楼下小孩的呼叫声。忙往窗外看, 只见宁儿在楼下的游乐场被一群男同学包围住。他们一边推宁儿，一边叫他”get out!”。我心里暗叫”不妙”, 儿子被同学排斥了，他会哭吗？只见宁儿一边推开围攻的同学, 一边叫住”I not scared hor”, 而他一点儿也没哭。老師過后叫那几位同学向宁儿道歉。这件事就让我想起自己儿时也常遭人欺负。我不像儿子那樣堅强, 我较容昜哭。长大后的我学会了用EQ来使自己比较堅强。但愿儿子下次也能以EQ来面对困难!
This afternoon, i heard some noise from the playground right below my kitchen window. I leaned forward and saw a group of Mahsuri’s classmates pushing Mahsuri around. Some of them shouted “go away”, others just push him and beat him with their hands. I was shocked and worried, “Will he cry?” I thought to myself. Just then, Mahsuri fought back and shouted “I am not scared hor…”. He didn’t broke down and cry. In fact, he showed that he wasn’t bothered at all. His class teacher saw what happened and asked the few boys who pushed him to apologize to him. So much for the “little fight” my boy has just encountered. I remembered when I was young, I was often bullied by my classmates. I wasn’t as brave as Mahsuri, I would either broke down and cry or I will hide somewhere and cry. As I grew older, I learned to use my EQ to control my emotions. It helps even more when I started to know my hubby. He helped me alot. I hope that Mahsuri can continue using his EQ to solve problems.
Mahsuri loves to draw.