"Bullying Is Bad... Don't Make Other Feel that."

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Have you ever been bullied? If you have bullied or been bullied then you should know how bullying feels like. It could very well change or ruin person's life. In fact, it does ruin many people's lives.Bullying does not always have to be childish play. It can be extremely violent. People may be bruised, injured,or even killed. Bullying can take many forms, but all forms of bullying cause harm. Even if there is no physical contact between a bully and their target, people who are bullied may carry the emotional damage of what they experienced for the rest of their lives. 


BULLYING is when an individual or a group of people with more power, repeatedly and intentionally cause hurt or harm to another person or group of people who feel helpless to respond. Bullying can continue over time, is often hidden from adults, and will probably continue if no action is taken. Many of us experience this already in existing to this world, some are made by their schoolmates, family members, friends, and many more. But how can we cope up with this matter in our lives?How can we survive and past through to this problem? Bullying can effect everyone those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying. Bullying is linked to many negative outcomes including impacts on mental health, substance use, and suicide. Depression and anxiety, increased feelings of sadness and loneliness, changes in sleep and eating patterns, and loss of interest in activities they used to enjoy. These issues may persist into the bullied. It is important to talk to kids to determine whether bullying-or something else-is concerned.

There are many  different types of bullying that can be experienced by children and adults alike.The different types of bullying that we look at below are some of the ways that bullying could be happening.


Physical bullying includes hitting, kicking, tripping, pinching and pushing or damaging property. physical bullying causes both short term and long term damage.


Verbal bullying includes name calling, insults, teasing, intimidation, homophobic or racist remarks, or verbal abuse. while verbal bullying can start of harmless, it can escalate to levels which target.


Social bullying, sometimes referred to as covert bullying, is often harder to recognize and can be carried out behind the bullied persons back. it designed to harm someones social reputation and/or cause humiliation.


Cyber bullying can be overt or covert bullying behaviors using digital technologies, including hardware, such as computers, ans smartphones, and software such as social media, instant messaging, text, websites and other online platforms. cyber bullying can happen anytime. it can be in public or in private and sometimes only known to the target and the person bullying. 


The best and obvious way to stop bullying in schools is for parents to change the way they raise their children at home. Of course, this is much easier said than done and everyone initiate their children differently. Bullies, however, come from homes where physical punishment is used and children have been taught that physical violence is the way to handle problems and "get their way."You can be someone who stops bullying before it even starts. How cool is that! Here are some ways to beat bullying at your school.

1.Stand up for people who are bullied. Bullies often want an audience and approval.

2.Let bullies know that you do not think being mean is cool.

3.Take an anti-bullying pledge. Print out our pledge to stand up against bullying.

4.Share it with your friends, and let people know what you believe. 

5.Take action. See if you can start an anti-bullying club or prevention program at your school.

6.Talk to other kids. Try to learn more about where bullying happens at your school.

7.Talk about what might help. See if you and some friends can go together to talk to an adult at school.

8.Talk to your teachers or principal. Let adults at school know that you care about this topic. Ask the school to host an assembly on bullying. Ask for an anonymous survey to learn how many kids are being bullied.

9.Talk to your parents or guardians. Your parents or guardians can ask your school to focus more on bullying. We have information for adults on the bullying page in our section for parents and caregivers.

10.Speak (and write) up! Write a blog, school newspaper article, or tweets to tackle       bullying.

 STOP BULLYING! SPEAK UP is the golden way that each and everyone of us should practice to end bullying. When everyone follows this mantra, bullies will know that society is no longer going to tolerate them. 

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