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HA HA SO

Presentation to 8th Graders on Bullying
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Erin Legg

on 24 October 2012

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Transcript of HA HA SO

What if I'm bullied?
What if I see someone being bullied? HA HA SO
Strategies H A H A S O help Seek assistance from an adult, friend, or peer when a potentially threatening situation arises. Seek help also if other strategies aren't working. Tips:
1. Brainstorm all of the sources of help at your school principals, counselors, teachers, nurse.
2. Stress the different ways to get help anonymously, in a group, by email or phone. Assert Yourself Make assertive statements to the bully addressing your feelings about the bully's behavior. Tips:
1. Should not be used with severe bullying.
2. Not as effective with group bullying.
3. Victim should look bully straight in the eye.
4. Use "I" statements. "I don't like it when you..."
5. Make an assertive statement and walk away. "Stop talking about me behind my back." Humor Use humor to de-escalate a situation. Tips:
1. Use humor in a positive way.
2. Make the joke about what the bully said, NOT about the bully.
3. Make humorous statement then leave the situation.
4. When insulted about something, say "Gee, I didn't know you cared enough to notice." Avoid Walk away or avoid certain places in order to avoid a bullying situation. Tips:
1. Best for situations when victim is alone.
2. Avoid places where the bully hangs out.
3. Join with others rather than be alone. Self-Talk Use positive self-talk to mainteain positive self-esteem during a bullying situation. Tips:
1. Use as a means to keep feeling good about yourself.
2. Think positive statements about yourself and your accomplishments.
3. Rehearse mental statements to avoid being hooked by the bully. "It's his problem." "She doesn't know what she's talking about." "I know I'm smart."
4. Use positive self-talk when practicing all strategies. Use positive self-talk to maintain positive self-esteem during a bullying situation. Tips:
1. Use as a means to keep feeling good about yourself.
2. Think positive statements about self and accomplishments.
3. Rehearse mental staements to avoid being hooked by the bully.
4. Use positive self-talk when practicing all strategies. "It's his problem" "She doesn't know what she's talking about." "I know I'm smart!" Own It "Own" the put-down or belittling comment in order to diffuse it. Tips:
1. Agree with the bully and leave the situation.
2. Combine humor strategies such as, "Yeah this IS a bad haircut. The lawnmower got out of control this weekend."
3. Combine with assertive strategies such as, "Yes, I did fail the test and I don't appreciate you looking at my paper." WE ARE ALL RESPONSIBLE FOR A SAFE SCHOOL. LET'S MAKE OUR SCHOOL A GOOD PLACE FOR EVERYONE. STAND UP FOR EACH OTHER - AND BE SAFE. Imagine what 85% could do!
YOU have the power!
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