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Bullying By Nicole Moghaddam 7D

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Bullying By: Nicole Moghaddam 7D Ways to Prevent/Stop Bullying: Types of Bullying: Facts about bullying: Bystanders & Upstanders Bullies & Victims Why People Become Bullies: A person who intimidates weaker people.
Use of superior strength or influence to intimidate someone.
A hurtful behavior which is repeated over a period of time. Jealousy
Problem with their confidence.
Low self-esteem
To be powerful
To be "cool"
A way of coping with their emotions.
To fit into a group of bullies.
To feel like they belong.
They were bullied themselves.
Unsolved problems with the victim.
They don't understand how the victim feels.
They don't have good role models.
The relationship with the family is not good. They think they have all the attention.
Talk, behave, or look different.
Race, gender, or sexuality.
They may think they have an advantage over the person. E.g: Blackmail
Maybe because they know the person cant stand up for themselves, and no one will stand up for them. Physical:When the bully uses bodily acts to harm the victim. E.g: Kicking or punching.

Emotional: When the bully is subjecting or exposing another to behavior that is physiologically harmful. E.g: Name-calling, teasing or rumors.

Cyber: Use of the internet to harm people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. E.g: Harrasing a user, spamming another user, etc. Approximately 160,000 teens skip school everyday because of bullying around the world.
If a school district does not take reasonable & appropriate steps to stop a child from being bullied, the district may be violating federal, state, and local laws.
30% of victims said they have brought weapons to school for protection.
Bullying are increasingly viewed as an important contributor to youth violence, homicide and suicide.
1 out of every 10 students drop out of school because of bullying.
1 in 7 teens aged 11 to 16 are victims of bullying.
38% of girls online report being bullied, compared with 26% boys.
Children who are bullied regularly are more likely to have depression in adulthood.
90 percent of 4th through 8th graders report being victims of bullying.
97% of victims never report the bullying to the school Tell someone what is going on
Be brave - stand up for yourself
Be a friend
Walk away
Dont hide anything
Dont bottle everything up Definition Of Bullying: Why people are bullied: The bystanders are those who watch & do nothing or they help the bully.

The upstanders are those who try to help at the least. Where To Go For Help: Kids help phone (1-800-668-6868)
Your parents
your teachers/principles
Any adult you trust
If serious, the police
It is not the best choice to go to your friends for help. Just some extra :) There's an old saying that says sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.
That's not true words hurt a lot!
There's another version to that it goes like:
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can possibly kill me.

Anti-Bullying Day (a.k.a. Pink Shirt Day) is a day celebrated during the last Wednesday of the month February in Canada. On this day, participants wear pink to symbolize a stand against bullying. There is also anti-bullying month in November.

A Video About Bullying: References/Siting: Google Dictionary
Urban Dictionary
Myself/My Brain :P Thanks For Watching Stay Strong :) <3 The 3 main types of bullying:
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