There are 3 people involved in the bullying, the victim which is the person who is being bullied and the actual bully who is causing the abuse and the last person involved is they bystander is a person who sees the bullying happening. Lots of times bullying makes the victim feel bad about themselves and they start to believe the things the bully is saying about them are true. Most of the time the bully is just looking for attention and they want to be noticed. They want to make themselves seem more important. Some bullies may even come from bad families and that’s what makes them act the way... ... middle of paper ... ...ey are not concentrated and are afraid what the bully will do or say to them.
They can also help avoid bullying by making sure their youngsters aren’t bullies themselves. It’s rough to think of your kid as a bully, but it can happen. There are many signs to look for to make sure that a teen isn’t a bully. Signs that a kid I a bully are that they have impulsive behaviors, desire of being control and they have no empathy for others. Most teens are bullies and parents need to assure that it’s not their kids (www.greatschools.org/parenting/bullying/64-stam0p-out-bullying.gs ).
When people think of bullying they think of the big guy picking on the little guy, but in most cases the victim is a bully themselves. Bullying will not go away all together, but determining if the situation is actually bullying or not, and standing up to the bully is a great start to decrease bullying in schools. Drama sometimes is difficult to differ from bullying, and it is important to understand the difference. Bystanders need to become involved to start the end of bullying. Also, respect is needed to start to lessen bullying in schools today.
They may be really frustrated with their family so they take it out on others. Bullies may think it is cool, so they do it for the laughs. Their parents may even beat them or mistreat them. Most of the time I believe bullies are just insecure of themselves, so they feel better when they hurt others. When the bullies see that the kids are scared of them they feel more in control and alive.
The lack of parental attention causes a feeling of insecurity leading someone to acquit bullying. Unfortunately, adult role moles, parents, teachers, coaches, can build up tension in a student to generate them to bully. Students that are neglected, have divorced parents, or are around the influence of drugs/alcohol are more controlling and impulsive by nature. Those who have younger siblings are more suitable to bully in order to feel empowered. When children have an inadequate amount of supervision from a parent, they suppose they can get away with anything, like bullying.
Bullying is a form of drama and violence to torment victims because they are either different from their tormenters or the tormenters have some insecurity/ jealousy issues . The hate towards their victim has something to do with the victim having an extraordinary gift or being intelligent the bully has yet to become. It is important that this behavior should be prevented or this issue will become worse. Bullying is one of the main issues public and private schools have to face on a day-to-day basis. When the bullies takes it too far, the victim snaps and retaliates against them by fighting them back physically or verbally.
Ways to prevent bullying would include schools should have anti-bullying awareness meetings for parents and possibly a bully box. It may be true that in schools where bullying is allowed, it damages the atmosphere and feeling of the school. Bullies who have problems at home or have their own bully elsewhere tend to believe it is alright to continue the cycle. It may be physical strength, trouble dealing with emotions or social status. When you are in a position of power you are always tempted to abuse it.
When bullying continues and a school does not take action, the school develops an environment of fear and disrespect, students have difficulty learning, feel insecure, dislike school, and perceive that teachers and staff have little control and don't care about them(“What effect”). A bully has many faces. Many have the stereotypes that bullies are big, dumb, and violentboys. If it were actually that easy, kids and adults could identify bullies simply by what they looked likes and do not get in their ways. However, it is not that simple.
School bullies may mock peers, spread vicious rumors, play cruel pranks, or use physical force to ensure to their target that they are in charge (J Love 346). Furthermore, cyber-bullying is a growing trend in this technologically advanced society (J Love 346). Children often have unsupervised access to sites such as facebook and twitter. These sites make it effortless for school bullies to discriminate other peers. Solutions to help end school bullying must be thought out carefully by all school authority figures.
Parents can learn to find a balance in how much support they give their children so they don’t tip their child over the bullying/victim line. Staff members in schools can begin to supervise previously unsupervised areas like the hallways and playground. Bullying prevention is schools is needed in order to stop bullies, victims, and bystanders from the negative impacts on their mental health, physical health, and academic performances. These effects are long-lasting and can turn students who were previously victims or bystanders into bullies themselves. Bullying is seriously harmful to everyone involved, and prevention in schools is the first step to stop bullying altogether, especially when the bullying is starting to go home with the victims in the form of cyberbullying.