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.
Some bullies may make fun of people because they were made fun of, beaten, or unwanted as they grew up. Most children become bullies to gain power (Verial). Bullies do what they do so they “feel competent, successful, to control someone else, to get some relief from their own feelings of powerlessness” (Garrett 72).When children grow up they may become bullies, because of the abusive environment they were raised in by their parents. Bullies usually have had a traumatic childhood or have personal problems (Verial). “A lack of consistent consequences and parenting can also lead to children exhibiting bully behaviors” (Hatter).
Schools and communities too often stand idly by while people struggle, sometimes outright mocking the victim, or, in some cases, being told to suck it up. How can we as a society allow these children to abuse one another? Is that what we want people to grow up to think is somehow how the real world works? The real world does not work like school, and the bully and bullied alike are going to run into severe trouble down the line for what they experienced since no one ever taught them any better. Teachers, parents, and the community need to learn the signs of bullying and the ways to effectively handle bullying the moment it is spotted, or only more and more children are going to come out scarred and unprepared for reality, if they are lucky enough to make it out alive.
Physical bulling Hitting, kicking, pinching, and pushing are the most common type of physical bullying. The strong children tend to misuse their strength to maltreat other kids. The bully does these things to intimidate the fellow student and make them fill minorities and out of place. The aggressors may also spit on th... ... middle of paper ... ...rmed by human and children rights activists who aim at the safety of all the kids. The US federal has not remained behind but has also contributed to the perturbing issue of bullying.
Bullying has affected many young children’s lives and is a growing issue around the world today. Bullying can be done in a variety of ways such as physical violence or just psychological violence. If you were to ask anyone if they like being bullied they would give you a big fat no. Bullying can lead to long-term effects on children as they grow up and get into the real world. Suicide is at the top of the list for deaths among teenagers as the result of bullying.
Their environment can have violence. Growing up around violence can mentally cause the person to be influenced to be mean to others. When children grow up around their parents yelling and calling each other names, the child then becomes aware to that kind of hospitality, then later treat others the way they grew up. Another example, why people become bullies because they may have gotten bullied from someone else, and then became a bully themselves after experiencing that. Bullies sometimes don’t choose just to be mean to others, there is usually a reason why they became that way.
No One Likes A Bully Why do we allow children to get picked on day in and day out? Bullying is the use of one’s strength to influence, hurt, or intimidate someone. Bullying is a terrible habit, and it has been going on way to long. Schools do not take the proper action to stop bullying. It can result in injuries, death, physical damage, and some students may even develop disorder of deficiency.
Today we have encountered many forms of bullying and we see it everywhere. This paper will explain what we can do to prevent bullying and how we can enforce or children, family and friends on taking a stand ageing bulling. “Many people think of bullying as getting beat up in school, but it is so much more than that. “For me it was all of the verbal harassment I had to deal with. People say sticks and stones may break your bones but names can never hurt you, but that’s not true.
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.
Children that have been bullied are often traumatized or “act out” in a variety of ways, the worst of which is by ending their life and committing suicide. Bullying affects children, with long term and short term damage. There have been many reported incidents of bullying occurring and also many more that were covered up by some schools and parents just to avoid the negative publicity and drama known bullying can cause. These incidents can cause severe damage to children and their feelings which are what should be considered first. The effects of bullying on children, some of whom reach out for help in different ways and some of whom are too scared to reach out for help, should be a priority for parents and school administers.