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Bullying

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Bullying:
By: Anna Oborn and Elena Gallego
an indirect or direct act of belittling someone else, or making them feel inferior .
Stop it: A video on bullying
Lets Get Personal
When we were bullied
How bullying has affected us
How we felt during the time
How we handled it
Elena
Anna
Facts on Bullying
Advice
How speaking out or intervening can help
Actions we can take to spread awarness
- I was bullied in elementary school and part of middle school.
- Bullying affected my self-esteem and confidence. I let what others say get to me. One reason I was bullied was because of my teeth, my cousin would call me a beaver.
- I often felt alone and friendless, I would walk around and do things alone. I didn't have many friends.
- I handled the situation by finding friends that liked me for me, I got braces, and I realized that I didnt need to listen to the bullies. Over time I started to love myself. But my confidence is not quite all the way up yet.
-I was bullied in 8th grade, by two girls in my grade
-Being bullied, has made me more self-conscious. I've learned to appreciate those who geniunely care for me even more and try to be a better person.
- At the time, I felt that everything they told me and called me was true, causing me to dislike myself.
-I handled the situation by talking with my friends, brothers, councelor and the bullies. Now, I'm a happier person, but their words have always stuck with me, proving that words can stay with a person for a long time. Please think before you say something hurtful and ask yourself "is it really worth it".

Line from the play
Antigone
:
"If you ask me, a silence so extreme is as dangerous as a flood of silly tears"(1251-1252).
http://www.tubechop.com/watch/6085544
Treat Everyone with Respect
Protect Yourself from Cyberbullying
block users
private accounts
Stand Up for Others
be brave, willing to defend someone in need of help
Get Involved
be a role model
Seek Help
talk to someone (councelors, teachers, trusted adult, family, friends, etc)
Ask
why are you bullying/bullied?
is there something that can help resolve the issues?
Block users
Have a private account
Don't tempt them by posting something mean or rude
1 in 4 teachers see nothing wrong with bullying and will only intervene 4% of the time
Over 67% of students believe that schools respond poorly to bullying
As boys age they are less and less likely to feel sympathy for victims of bullying
Gay teens are three times more likely than heterosexual teens to report having been bullied.
Students can be especially effective in bullying intervention. More than half of bullying situations (57 percent) stop when a peer intervenes on behalf of the student being bullied.
The person being bullied may feel stronger or brave enough to seek help
Demonstrate that bullying is not acceptable and it’s not cool at school
Speak out against injustices
Support can help person out of depression or sadness
Stand up to a bully, and be an example for others to follow
Dont stand on the sidelines and watch it happen.

Bullying in the News

Songs that speak out about bullying
"I spent the weekend catchin' up on the news
A girl committed suicide after she was bullied at school
Cause some dudes told her she wasn't cool
But you'd rather gossip about a famous person breaking the rules
I'm confused."
-Machine Gun Kelly
"A little more" By: Machine gun Kelly ft. Victoria Monet
"You, with your words like knives and swords and weapons that you use against me
You have knocked me off my feet again got me feeling like I’m nothing
You, with your voice like nails on a chalkboard, calling me out when I’m wounded
You, pickin’ on the weaker man.."
-Taylor Swift
"Brave" By: Sara Bareilles
"Nothing's gonna hurt you the way that words do
When they settle 'neath your skin....Say what you wanna say
And let the words fall out
Honestly I wanna see you be brave"
-Sara Bareilles
Songs are a great way to send a message or story through the lyrics. Here are some songs that help spread word.
"Mean " By: Taylor Swift
"Mean " By: Taylor Swift
When bullying gets to exterme and the victimes can't seem to take it anymore or can't find a reason to keep living many pre-teens and teenagers commit suicide and take their life. Often times these

During pepfests talk about the issue
have a student club that talks about bullying and ways to stop it
Anti-Bullying Posters
Teach students to exhibit empathy for victims instead of believing it is the victim’s ‘fault’ they are bullied
School-Level and Administrative Interventions
Train the staff (including bus drivers) on what to do if they encounter bullying either in school, in-route to school or around the school

Rebecca Ann Sedwick, a 12-year-old 7th grader who took her life in September, 2013, in Polk County Florida proves that words are capable of harming vulnerable young children.
If no one says anything about the matter at hand, how can it be fixed or prevented?
The sad fact is that this happens a lot. Poor incident kids who cant find any reason to live. Bully victims are between 2 to 9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims, according to studies by Yale University
situations end up in the news.
"Not everyone has been a bully or the victim of bullies, but everyone has seen bullying, and seeing it, has responded to it by joining in or objecting, by laughing or keeping silent, by feeling disgusted or feeling interested."
- Octavia E. Butler
Instead lets...
Stand up to a bully, and be an example for others to follow
Dont stand on the sidelines and watch it happen. Do something and hopefully save a life
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