Bullying

Bullying
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  • What is bullying? The standing definition of bullying is unwanted aggressive behavior; observed or perceived power imbalance; and repetition of behaviors or high likelihood of repetition. There are 3 types of bullying which are online, verbal, and physical bullying. Examples: Verbal: "You are ugly" Physical: Somebdy puching another person Online: Somebody is on Facebook and someone puts a hate comment on your post.
  • How to spot a bully •Know the common types of bullies. Emotional, verbal, physical and online. •Understand how boys and girls bully differently. Not many people focus on the fact that girls bully to just not as physical but instead verbal •Look for signs of entitlement •Pay attention to outbursts of anger or aggression. •Be aware of when a person has issues with authority •Watch out for kids who exclude others.
  • How to stop a bully in your school •Stand up for people who are bullied. Bullies often want an audience and approval •Take an anti-bullying pledge •Take action •Talk to other kid •Talk to your teachers or principal •Talk to your parents or guardians •Speak (and write) up •Get creative
  • I don't like you because you're different.
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  • Hater#1 I hate what you posted and I hate you.
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