The Wrath of Bullying. By: Terrie Askew Class: 1 st Block. What is bullying when you see it?.
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Bullying is persistent unwelcome behavior, mostly using unwarranted or invalid criticism, nit-picking, fault-finding, also exclusion, isolation, being singled out and treated differently, being shouted at, humiliated, excessive monitoring, having verbal and written warnings imposed, and much more.
The purpose of bullying is to hide inadequacy. Bullying has nothing to do with managing etc.; good managers manage, bad managers bully. Therefore, anyone who chooses to bully is admitting their inadequacy, and the extent to which a person bullies is a measure of their inadequacy.
A person also bullies others because he may think that he/she is much superior to them. He may consider superiority in terms of intelligence, social status, financial status, and some similar factors.
Somebody has a different personality and appearance , too fat, skinny, smart, doesn’t look swaged out , or homo-sexual.
Physical bullying occurs when a person uses overt bodily acts to gain power over peers. Physical bullying can include kicking, punching, hitting or other physical attacks.
Unlike other types of bullying in schools, physical bullying is easy to identify because the acts are so obvious. Physical bullies tend to demonstrate high levels of aggression from a young age and are more likely to be boys.
As you get older, physical abuse can take the form of sexual bullying, where men harass and even tease women. It also can be where men are assaulted by other men, and sometimes women.
These are many examples of how abusing takes place: at school or any other public areas. “The Problem” is that when victims do report situations like these most teachers and principals don’t bother to assist them in treatment if they are aware of bullying. Teachers and other peers don’t care to listen, but soon they’ll regret it when their appointed to a funeral. Bullying won’t stop because it’s like a light bulb that doesn’t looses energy.
Imagine what would happen if bullying is not controlled and stop. It can become a serious hazard for those who are the victim. They might put their life into danger with no mercy. Do you stop bullying when you see it? Are you a bystander, and just let the bully get what he/she wants? Will you test your knowledge with a courageous act and stand up for what’s right?
It’s time for us to stand up and overcome bullying for our healthy living. The time to explain to all the bullies that we are tired of them distracting us from succeeding in life. From a push to a pull, to a punch to a kick bullies will feel the wrath of the victims that have been suffering for the longest, and now we’re uniting stomping them once and for all.
This is your community and it want get better if we don’t do anything about it. So go out and help somebody it’ll be worth the try because later on in life, you’ll say, “I remember I saved a person from committing suicide and I felt great about it.”