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WHAT IS BULLYING?

SOCIAL MEDIA

•Bullying is unwanted, aggressive or threatening behavior.

•This behavior is based on a difference in power. This difference a come from physical strength, access to embarrassing information or popularity.

•The behavior has a possibility of continuing.

•Threats, rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, online or in person, and excluding someone from a group on purpose, are examples of bullying.

THREE TYPES OF BULLYING

VERBAL BULLYING

  • Teasing

  • Name Calling

  • Putting someone down

  • Threatening to cause harm

  • Saying inappropriate sexual comments

SOCIAL BULLYING

  • Leaving someone out on purpose

  • Telling other kids not to be friends with someone

  • Spreading rumors about someone

  • Embarrassing someone in public

  • Harassing someone via social media

  • Making online threats of violence

PHYSICAL BULLYING

  • Hitting, Kicking, Pinching

  • Spitting

  • Tripping, Pushing

  • Taking or breaking someone’s things

  • Making mean or rude hand gestures

WHY DO KIDS BULLY?

•They might be bullied at home by their parents, associates, siblings, neighbors, etc.

•They might be very self-conscious, so they take it out on others. 

•They might not realize they are bullies.

•They might believe that behaving in this manner is “normal”.

•They feel they will gain popularity and feel more powerful by putting others down.

ASKING FOR HELP

Recognize when you are in a bullying situation. You should never feel threatened, you should never feel unsafe and you should never be afraid to attend school. Report the bullying situation to an adult immediately. Be sure to document all the details!

 

**DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESOLVE THE MATTER ALONE**

 

BULLYING CAN BE PROSECUTED AS A CRIME!  Threats of violence, physical altercations, damage to personal property, repeated harassment can all be prosecuted.  New laws can also make it a crime to film and post incidents to social media!

 

Everyone who witnesses acts of bullying has a responsibility to report it!

Source: www.stopbullying.gov

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