Social ostracism

Social ostracism is difficult for humans, especially for children and adolescents. Many people go through a period of staying on the margins of society.

Being a social outcast is not your fault, and there are some things you can do—such as increasing your self-confidence—to overcome social ostracism. Find someone you trust as a close friend; be aware that the end of friendship does not mean failure.  Do not take anything personally.

Because of the importance of this topic, we presented a session on Monday, February 3, 2020 and a theatrical play for the fourth, fifth and sixth graders.