JK Lee Martial Arts Blog

Bullying and Martial Arts

Bullying is, unfortunately, a situation that many kids feel vulnerable in because they do not know how to handle it. There are many kinds of behavior that kids of any age can experience. There is verbal assault, where unkind words and insults are constantly hurled their way. There is also…Read More

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Discipline and Martial Arts

If you’re on the fence about signing up your child for martial arts, then it might be a good thing to understand how martial arts can benefit your child. Besides just giving them a physical activity to do that they might enjoy, martial arts teaches self-discipline above anything else. Each…Read More

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Confidence and Martial Arts

Children that have behavioral issues are excellent candidates for enrollment into a martial art school. The child’s life will change dramatically from class sessions that teach children about the art’s philosophical history. Your child will lose aggressive tendencies to act out towards others. They will learn to respect and have…Read More

Bullying and Martial Arts

School should be a safe haven for our children, but more often than not, it is becoming a place where anxiety and fear run rampant as students are subjected to bullying and emotional abuse by others. Bullies use frightening physical and mental tactics to exert their power over those they…Read More

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Discipline and Martial Arts

Bullying is a nationwide epidemic occurring throughout all grade levels in schools across the entire United States. The effects on children can negatively impact their wellbeing. Not only can these effects be emotionally damaging to a child but also long-lasting. As parents of school-aged children, you can help disrupt the…Read More

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bullying, misbehavior

Enter the Dojo, Exit the Bullying

Bullying is a serious problem being faced in schools today. More than one in four students report being the victims of bullying. Sadly, the pain of being bullied does not end when the aggressive act concludes. The psychological effects can be long-lasting. Parents want to help protect their children, but…Read More

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