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Your Voice counts

Verbal bullying and how to find your way out of it.
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Sana Askary

on 3 March 2014

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Transcript of Your Voice counts

How to find your way out of it...
Verbal Bullying
What is Verbal Bullying?
- Verbal bullying is when the bully uses
language
to intimidate the victim.
The Bystander
The third party
The Anonymous party
There are
many

websites
and
phone numbers
you can go to that are completely
anonymous
and give you
lots
of great advice.
Statistics on verbal bullying
but Ben did find a way out of this..
Once you find your self being bullied there
are
some ways out..
- The bullies can use words like...
Why Do Bullies bully?
-
They're
unable
to control emotions like
frustration

or
anger
-
They
love
attention, and often look at this as a
reward
to bullying
The Victim
- The victim of this form of bullying is usually very...
- sensitive
- or look very poorly of themselves
-passive (
letting other people's opinion control what they do
)
- anxious
-depressed
If
bystanders
choose
to help a situation it almost
always
helps the victim!
Bystanders are also
easily
found in a bullying situation.
BUT...
Many bystanders
fear
being bullied themselves, so they choose to do
nothing
this doesn't make bystanders
bad
people because they usually feel very bad for the victim
This leads bystanders to sometimes
help
the bully, this could be done by

laughing
at the victim or posting
pictures
on
social media sites.
Friends
are always there for you so you can
easily
talk to them about your
problems
Going to a
third party
for help refers to people like
parents
,
friends
or
teachers
Teachers
or
parents
are also
great
at giving advice or stopping the situation.
Kids help phone
has one of the most
popular
sites and numbers to help bully victims.
and the councilors
specialize
in
bully prevention.
Girls
are most likely to
be

verbal bullied
or to verbal bully someone else.
This is because they're a
higher authority
so many bullies
do
often listen to them.
verbal bullying
is the most
frequently
occurring form of bullying
most
verbal bullying
happens in
middle school
anonymous

help
is always the
best
in this situation because many kids feel
embarrassed
to talk about this.
-
Bullies are
easily
influenced by
family
This is
Ben Voddon's
story...
Ben was a ll-year old boy who committed suicide on December 12 2012 because of verbal bullying
STUPID!
LOSER!
Ben was
constantly
bullied on his
school bus
, kids would call him words like
Loner
or
loser.
He never toke these word to
heart
until kids started using
meaner
words and until the
worst
bully joined in...
Once the
bus driver
started picking on him, he lost it
After that the words followed him
everywhere
he went and he
couldn't
take it anymore
...
. . . . .
He never spoke to his parents about it either
Ben felt alone and had no where left to go...
DEATH
he used a shoelace to hang himself off of his bunk bed
What If?...
..someone tried to help Ben
..a bystander on the bus got the nerve to stand up for Ben and stop the bullies from calling him what they did
If only
one
person
helped
,
Ben

could have found the
right way
out of verbal bullying.
Because...
THE END
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