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Bullying

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Abbie Amsler

on 26 February 2014

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Transcript of Bullying

Bullying
What is Bullying?
Why do people Bully?
What to do
Types of Bullying
Physical Bullying
This type of bullying is meant to physically hurt the victim. Physical bullying includes hitting, kicking, pushing, pinching, or damaging property.
Verbal Bullying
This type of bullying is meant to intentionally hurt the victims feelings. Verbal bullying includes name calling, insulting, teasing, intimidation, etc.
Covert Bullying
This type of bullying is meant to ruin the victim's social reputation and/or cause humiliation. Covert bullying includes lying and spreading rumors, negative facial or physical gestures, playing nasty jokes to embarrass and humiliate, mimicking unkindly, encouraging others to socially exclude someone, damaging someone's social reputation, or social exceptance.
Cyberbullying
This type of bullying is very similar to covert bullying, except it is done using technology. Cyberbullying can be done on social media, text messaging, or email.
Fascination with winning power, and/or being in charge.
Passing it on
Don't:
Unwanted, aggressive behavior, among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. This is repeated or has the potential to be repeated over time.
Do:
Tell the bully to stop
Ignore and walk away
Turn the comment into compliments "Thank you!"
Ask questions "What's wrong with my clothes?"
Tell the bully how you feel
Tell an adult
Dont bully back
Dont name call
Dont lecture the bully
Popularity
Family issues
How can we recognize the warning signs?
Unexplainable injuries
Lost or destroyed items
Feeling sick or dizzy
Trouble sleeping/frequent nightmares
Sudden lose of friends
Declining grades
Feeling of helplessness or decreased self esteem
Self harm
Becoming Anorexic
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