Bullies can come in all different sizes and shapes, having a hard life at home can be a reason why bullies bully other reasons can be because they just like to pick on people. A bully can result from being raised in a family that does not have any morals or any structures. “Spanking, hitting, shoving and other forms of physical punishment or abuse can teach children to deal with their problems or challenges by using methods of aggression” (Parental Abuse Linked to Bullying, 4).However, since the children are not allowed to disrespect their parents they cannot take the anger, that their parents caused, out on the so the only thing t...
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