This handsome young boy is called Jackson and he has to suffer a continuous attack of disparaging remarks and ignorance his father has never seen before. Jackson is called ugly, a freak and a monster on an everyday basis by his peers at school.

He speaks about death and he’s not quite 8 and he says he has no friends and everybody despises him. Children hurl rocks at him and shove him while screaming these horrific names. So, please take a moment and visualise if this were your son.

Take a moment to teach your children about special needs. Speak to your kids about empathy and regard for your fellow man.

Jackson’s condition is called Treacher Collins and Jackson has had to undergo horrific operations and has much more in the following years and this sort of suffering should not be happening, to anyone!

Many people wouldn’t see anything wrong with Jackson, he looks like a normal little boy, however, there are some children out there that believe bullying is acceptable, but it’s not acceptable.

Jackson is a beautiful young boy, and shallow people are the wicked ones and parent should be teaching their children, there are some pretty sick minded people out there.

Jackson is a beautiful young man and kids should be schooled at an early age to always be kind and willing to help another person in need and this is totally unacceptable behaviour from the tormentors, but saying that doesn’t resolve the dilemma of bullying.

When a child must spend their days in a school, it’s the facilities duty to teach all the kids on difficulties that some unfortunate classmates must face. Knowledge and compassion must be educated and a zero tolerance for bullying maintained.

Kids ordinarily have morality in them, but they require the right setting and management and it’s a continued worry on parents too, constantly safeguarding a child with special needs. Jackson’s father is strong and staying focused, and he is already advocating on Jackson’s behalf and there appear to be quite a few supportive acknowledgements.

The article on Facebook could have perhaps improved this little lads life, he is going to be so famous now and he is going to be inundated with new friends far and wide.

Kids should be taught to take everybody as they are, to give affection and admiration and sometimes when a child is not educated to this level, something that is contrary could be moderately scary and their response unconventional from somebody that has been educated.

Jackson is wonderful and people can be destructive but are sometimes terrified of stuff they know nothing about. Not only do parents need to educate their children about other peoples needs, but this must also be done in the classroom as well.

They must teach kids what this wonderful boy has to face through his surgery and the bullying and we must teach all kids about each special child and we should not let children like Jackson suffer because of our incapacity to educate our children.

We ask ourselves how anybody young or old could treat this young child so terribly. Jackson is not ugly and he unquestionably doesn’t look like a freak, in fact, he is really charming and an astounding young man.

Each child is precious, but kids can be ruthless because they are oblivious to the destruction words and actions deliver, but each child is a miracle and should be treated as such and it is the parents and schools responsibility to educate their children not to be an irritating anus.

No one is born to judge and it’s up to the grown-ups to be better role models and they need to set an example and teach that and just because someone is different doesn’t imply they are weird or have difficulties, it just makes them unique, although we are all unique in our own way.

The first thing I thought of when I saw Jackson on the screen was “what an adorable little boy.” He is charming and sweet, with such an enduring smile. But others can be so hateful, but how can you be so hateful towards such an adorable little boy?

There needs to be more compassion in the world, everything around us now is so antagonistic and it has an unfavourable impact on peoples mindset but we need to be an illustration to those less able, instead of dragging them to the abysses of desperation.

Jackson is a pretty handsome boy, it’s just a disgrace that not everyone can see that and those that can’t see it are missing out on knowing a pretty great lad and it’s shocking to see people treat another so terribly.

We are all different from one another and that’s a great thing because what a tedious world it would be if we were all the same.

Treacher-Collins Syndrome is a congenital malformation that causes some bones in the face to be underdeveloped, such as the bones around the eyes, cheeks, and jaw. It can further harm the ears, which in some instances can create hearing problems or deafness. TC can further vary in severity, with some cases even occurring in multiple facial bones missing.

It is so sad that this young man is being picked on so brutally simply because of how he looks. He looks like an exceptional child, and his dad clearly has every reason to be proud of him. Children aren’t always kind, but as adults, it should be our duty to educate them that people who are different, be it something physical or mental, warrant admiration and recognition.

Parents must step up and teach their children, and educators who know that bullying goes on in their schools should be on it and fast. They have the children in their school for 8 hours a day and it’s their duty to further teach them right from wrong because apparently some parents simply fail at their job.

Children must be influenced by their parents and adults and children to not judge a book by its cover. They should judge with their hearts and those that can judge with their hearts are blessed to be able to do that.

 

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