Say No to bullying. By Manos Melanitis, Matteo Tzenetopoulos, Sara Al-Khashlok. What is Bullying?. ‘Everyone who wants to do good to the human race always ends in universal bullying.’ –Aldous Huxley. Why do they bully me?.
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Say No to bullying
By Manos Melanitis, Matteo Tzenetopoulos, Sara Al-Khashlok
‘Everyone who wants to do good to the human race always ends in universal bullying.’
Helena Farrell moved to the UK from Galway on 2001. She was bullied for having ginger hair. The 15 year old girl’s body was found in dense woodland half a mile from her home in January of this year and despite an inquest not yet establishing a cause of death, her father is convinced it was suicide.
Mr Farrell, originally from Wexford but now living in Kendal, Cumbria, said: “People need to realise that when they say the things they do, it can have deeply traumatizing effects and can lead to self-harm and suicide.”
Here is a picture of a teenager who was bullied and beaten up because he was a fan of one direction. He was unable to pay for surgery but donations have been sent.
Zayn Malik was bullied for being a Muslim. People have abused him in different ways, and called him a terrorist.
Niall Horan was bullied out of the other five, for not being fit. He was quite a chubby kid but, has fought for himself and stood up to his bullies.
Just because these boys are loved my girls and sing romantic songs now and then, they are thought to be gay.
“Never judge a book by it’s cover, it might be the best book you ever read.”
Bullying leads up to:
Our School is trying to decrease the chance of S.S.S.
“I realized that bullying never has to do with you. It’s the bully who is insecure.”
The Worry Box
What are you
“Online bullying has to stop.”
“They call me names and abuse me. They don’t even know me.”
It has been proven that bullies on the internet are usually suffering from abuse themselves. Either held in captivity and eager for attention, or suffering from cyberbullying themselves.
“Why did I just write that!”
When something is sent out on the internet it can never be taken back. You just don’t realize that the words you send, turns into an image for the other person.
A Picture is worth a thousand Words
Adults often use the internet to lure children into offline meetings. The victim is often harassed sexually, such as rape or even ads posted by the adult offering the victim for sex.
“Death isn’t painful. Pain is painful.”
Parent’s should be alert who their children
are talking to on the internet.
-“Mum these kids are bullying be on the internet.”
-“Did you say something stupid?”
-“It’s Okay, they don’t even know you.”
That’s the thing parents don't realize, they don’t know you and yet they judge you. A child is very sensitive.
Join a club that can stop cyberbullying
Talk to someone:
Jaqueline Wilson has written a perfect solution for all the problems. Even though this is a great book for kids, it is a great method for the to embrace their worries.
Remember bullying doesn’t just happen at school. And sometimes the biggest bullies are at home. Sadly the ones that should be standing up for us and chasing the bullies away are the very ones that cause the most pain.
This is no harm to any parents. But this is true, the biggest bullies are at home. Siblings are usually in quite a competition, trying to catch the parents’ attention. Commonly parents are abroad giving the kids a left out experience. REMEMBER ALWAYS REMIND YOUR KIDS THAT THEY’RE ALL SPECIAL IN THEIR OWN WAY.
“We stood up for ourselves, and now no-one can bring us down.”
“We need to realize that every bully has a story to share, but is afraid from their past.”
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