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Listen TO THE TESTIMONY OF A SCHOOL HARASSER in Play SER
One in five boys and girls is bullied. These are the latest data in Spain on “bullying” from the NACE (No to School Harassment) association, which also indicates that only 15 percent decide to tell their parents or teachers about it.
Today, in the program ‘Aqui Cuní’ of SER Catalunya we have had the testimony of Brian Díaz, a young man who recognizes that he was a school bully and has spent 10 months in the Can Ros de Amalgama 7 treatment center, in Tarragona : “I physically and mentally abused my classmates. If they told me something that I didn’t like, I hit them or insulted them “
Brian acknowledges that “inside I felt that the poor kid was not to blame, he was paying for my frustrations. At that moment you are not aware that you are hurting that person “
The boy explains that “When I was little I already got into fights and it increased as I grew up. At the age of 13, I started using and everything started to go wrong “
His mother, Concepción Garrido, explains that “I didn’t know how to help him. He asks you for help and you don’t know how to give it to him. I had a feeling of guilt. I thought ‘where have I failed?’ It has been a life of stress and suffering. I had it inside since I was little, as a result of my separation “
🎙️ Brian Díaz, after being admitted to Can Roig (Tarragona) for 10 months, left the center on Saturday.
📍 Listen to the testimony of the young man who was harassing his classmates at school.
– Here, with Josep Cuní (@AquiCuni) May 6, 2021
Brian Díaz points out that “One group watches and another acts, all are guilty. I was changing ”And he warns of the problem that companies pose:“ It is a vicious circle. You are inside and you think that you are fine and that your friends support you. But when I entered the center my friends disappeared. Now I know how to manage things “
Admit that “There are many things that I regret. When I entered I started badly, but thanks to many educators they have given me tools that I have kept for the future. For example, not letting myself be badly influenced or learning to deal with people. Now that I’m out, everything has changed and it’s a great opportunity. “