Some bullies act they way they do because they have been hurt by bullies in the past even a parent or another adult. Some bullies actually have personality disorders that don’t allow them to understand normal emotions like guilt, empathy, compassion, or remorse. I think that schools need to do more about bullying. It affects many kids and keeps them from wanting to go to school to get an education. It would make victims feel better about themselves.
Issues have arisen whether the bully should receive a special form of punishment at a particular age because just like the other offenses bullying should be punishable. Causes of bullying It has been shown that envy and resentment may motivate victimization, other reasons to bully may be due to low self-esteem where the bullies cover themselves by demeaning others. Some study has shown that shame and anxiety boost self-esteem. The behavior may also arise due to jealousy or it may be due to previous bullying at some stage of their lives. The way of bringing up a child may also contribute to bullying behavior, this happens because the children tent to repeat the models they learn from parents.
Bullying has many negative effects on many people such as the victim, the bully himself, and society. Studies show these effects may turn out to be short-term or long-term.
It still exists today in the form of young people getting bullied on the streets, and at school. It could be very harmful, and could lead to serious damages, but sometimes it could help by making people stand up for themselves, or it would cause more harm. First of all, how to define bullying? Some people bully and some get bullied for many reasons, but in some cases it could be very harmful and people should do some things to make the bullying end. One of the fine definitions of bullying is when someone is powering over another person by doing or saying mean effects.
There are two types of kids who are more likely to bully others. People that are well-connected to their peers, have social power, are overly concerned about their popularity, and like to dominate or be in charge of others. The other group is the victim; these people are threatened, or attacked by the bullies. These people are probably experiencing bullying every day. Most probably, they are afraid of the bullies.
Bullies often have an agenda that leads them to bully. A bully tries to “shame and intimidate their victims and make them feel inadequate” (Rosenthal 16). The reasoning behind this is that children often learn their habits from parents if they use aggressive language or have an aggressive behavior. Often children do not have a mother or father figure to guide them or teach them how to behave properly and this affects them in the long run. More bullies than non-bullies live without two biological parents; some live with extended family or foster families.
in this article I was describe how to spot a bully, how to stop a bully and, how to prevent and help the bully. Most bullies are kids who like to feel power or like hurting people thinking it’s cool and to impress their friends. Some bullies come from families who don’t get along well and argue all the time. Some of them also think it’s normal to act as they do if their parents or sibling
Most people believe that bullying is using verbal abuse purposefully to control other people ("Bullying info and facts" n.d.). It can occur anywhere; there are many diverse explanations to why people choose to practice this violent behavior. Some of the reasons could be because of the culture, family, or society ("Why do people bully?" n.d.). Usually, children look up to their parents as role models and follow in their footsteps.
Or they might have a psychopath disorders that force them to become bullies. Third, difficulties in managing their anger is one commonly problem bullies have. Some studies shows that bullies have few complicated issues to manage their anger. It appears that they have no control on anger more than normal people. In result, they get angry quickly if they saw or heard something that they don’t like and that’s drive them to bully others.
Mental and physical abuse could be a reason why a child would bully their peers. For example, when a parent or guardian hits the child abusively the child is more likely to hit other people because that is what they know. With a parent mentally abusing the child, the child is more likely to use words to hurt others. Alcohol and drug use is another example of a family issue. This particular family issue creates a divide between the child and parent, thus the child feeling unloved.