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Transcript of Indirect Bullying
Indirect bullying is one type of bullying. It is not like physical bullying or cyber bullying. Listen to our project and you will know how other children feel and know that we can help.
Indirect bullying is when someone spreads a rumor about another persons life. You might not think it is bad but if someone were to embarrass you it will hurt your feelings and you might get depressed. Indirect bullying is also excluding someone from a group. If someone were to get excluded they would feel as if they had no friends.
Do you know why people indirect bully? Well boys and girls usually bully to get their anger out on someone else or that they are being bullied by other people like friends or parents. If the bully is getting bullied by someone else they bully because they want people to know how they feel.
Even though indirect bullying is not physical it is mental. When someone does indirect bullying it effects the victim mentally and the victim may get anxiety, low self esteem and depression. They get low self esteem because they are embarrassed by everyone knowing their secret and thinking that they are not good enough, because they get left out. Children also get anxiety because they are worried the teasing is going to get worse. Lastly children get depressed because they are unhappy and start feeling sad that everyone knows something that is not true about them.
How To Prevent Indirect Bullying?
We can all stand up to bullies if we use our words. They may not know it is really hurting you.You can go up to the bully and tell them your feelings. If that does not work you go see a trusted adult and they will help you. Some victims are to shy to speak up by them self's so ask a friend or two to speak to the bully or go up with your friend. If you go up to a bully and say what you need to say that does not make you the bully. If a victim spreads a rumor just to make people stop bullying them that is what you should not do because that just makes you a bully. Sometimes we need to do what is best and hopefully it will work.
1."When people hurt you over and over, think of them like sandpaper. They may scratch and hurt you a bit, but in the end, you end up polished and they end up useless.”
2.“Life is a fight, but not everyone’s a fighter. Otherwise, bullies would be an endangered species.”
3.“What if the kid you bullied at school, grew up, and turned out to be the only surgeon who could save your life?”
4.“I wish every day could be Halloween. We could all wear masks all the time. Then we could walk around and get to know each other before we got to see what we looked like under the masks.”
- R.J. Palacio
Connections to the Song
"Stronger" connects to indirect bullying because in the song it says " What does not kill you makes you stronger." We think that means that if someone were to spreed a rumor it may go to your head but you have to get over it. We also think it means we can be strong to help others and to let people know indirect bullying is wrong to do.
I hope you realize their are types of bullying that people don't know about and still do it.Their are bad effects that happen after you bully and their are good solutions. We can help everyone if we try. Stand Up!
Connections to Pictures.
When she was little she got bullied.
She still gets bullied.
We think these pictures connect to indirect bullying because in the pictures it shows 2 girls gossiping about another girl and the girl looks left out. Another connection is that usually indirect bullying does not stop because no one forgets embarrassing moments or rumors.