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Life After Bullying

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Introduction to bullying
Many young students are suffering from bullying. Bullying not only affects victims but it also affects the bully in the future. Most bullying happens in school, and outside of the house. Bullying is becoming a big problem which is hard to understand and hard to deal with. Two of the main reasons people are being bullied are because of their physical appearance or social status. Accordingly, every day thousands of students wake up afraid to go to school. Imagine the story of Mario; he is often pick-on because he is week, gay, and someone who wear glasses. His friends think he does not fit in because he is short than other student in the class, and for being gay and wearing glasses.
Some bullies attack their targets directly, which can mean using words to hurt or make fun of other people. Other bullies attack their targets indirectly, for example spreading rumors, talking about others behind their back and intentionally hurting someone's feelings. Bullying is also often fueled by the ignorance of schools, families, and neighbors.
Definition of bullying
Bullying is mostly caused by teasing, taunting, threatening, or hitting. The most popular types of bullying are racist bullying, sexual bullying or physical bullying. In racist bullying most people are bullied because of their race or ethnicity. In addition, racist bullying happens because of skin color or cultural and religious background. Sexual bullying is a type of bullying and harassment that occurs with sexual overtones. For Example, It can be physical, verbal, or emotional. Physical bullying is characterized by punching, hitting, and touching. It makes the victim uncomfortable so many girls and boys stay home to avoid school. For example, the research...

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...give lessons on bullying at school, during assemblies or during advisory classes. If this does not work they should take action on bullies by suspending them, punishing them, or expelling them. The main reason bullying needs to be solved is to ensure students feel safe in school and to create a Healthy learning environment.

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