A couple of weeks ago, I suffered something outrageous. Some mother made up a story about my son trying to get him out of the school he attends. He said that my child spat in someone's face. I sat there all day waiting to meet with this woman. Having been spat on in high school (by a boy), I was ready to make retribution. I was willing to accept expulsion for such an act. But what did I get? Nothing. I had to call the police station to confirm that there were NO charges filed against my child. Anyway, being that there is a severe bullying problem going on in our community, the best way to fight back is to homeschool your child. This is an act that is not only legal but also RECOMMENDED by Social Services. I have been through the system so many times that it is ridiculous. I haven't even done anything wrong except have a slight mental illness AND marry a man that is not of my same culture. But I am not tolerating outrageous teasing for my child. Now, I can educate him in FREEDOM. When he gets up, he gets pancakes, eggs and bacon. Then an hour of time watching television, and then about 5 hours of a very RELAXING experience of education. Everyone is involved in his education. He feels like the prince that he is. And when he is ready for socialization, so he can meet his princess, it will be done through: 1) Homeschool advocacy groups 2) Church events 3) Karate Classes 4) Community Center events 5) Community College Classes (where children as old as 17 can get accepted) 6) Online Dating (once he turns 18) 7) Events related to the African Diaspora Is this blueprint that out of the box? Because if you are being hated for no reason, and then your child suffers too, you really have no choice. He or she can have a perfect life, marry have kids and they can have good lives too. And if you don't have the time to homeschool your child yourself, get Grandma, an Aunt or some other family member to help you. If they love you, they would be glad to do such a thing. And once a child turns 13, they should be able to be by themselves within reason. This includes being able to educate themselves. Even a boyfriend or an ex might be willing to do it. I mean it's a child... and it's a fun experience. If you tie money to the experience, you should get a better result. Pay what you can... $100 to $1,000 to the family member. If they LOVE you even $100 a month could be sufficient, considering that a child that can read can do the lessons by themselves. All you really need is a babysitter to make sure they don't get into trouble.