Bullying/ Teasing

Bullying is most prevalent among elementary school-aged students, teens and adolescents and refers to unsolicited acts of aggression, intimidation, harassment, violence, social exclusion, or verbal abuse with an intent of causing psychological or physical harm. Bully students often exhibit signs of aggression, disrespect towards authority and view violence as a means to solve problems. Depending on the situation (Humiliate, hurt, harm, expose, harass) it has real psychological or emotional impact.

Kids who threaten others often have domestic issues, lack authority respect, and often exhibit hostility. Kids belonging to disadvantaged families are at high risk of abuse, have some kind of disability and belong to a group based on faith, race or ethnicity. Bulling's influence is long-lasting, and can be seen as part of life when you grow up.

Bullying is a sad reality in schools and colleges, and students are often targeted by malicious and demanding behavior. Handling bullying is challenging, as teachers and school administration are less likely to interfere between interpersonal disputes. Since bullying is already a well-known problem in educational institutions, there are many preventive steps being taken by authorities against this problem.

Do not blame yourself for having been picked on for bullying, you did nothing wrong. Just dishonest individuals taunt the defenseless to feel encouraged and superior. Don't be fooled by what they think about you. A war of retaliation and hostile reaction would only escalate the situation. Bullying is always an attempt to elicit reaction from you. If things are out of your control, it may be worth reporting to police or school administration for which videos, emails or screenshots of relevant texts should be kept as evidence.

Not only can an adult get support to deal with bullying efficiently, but it will also guarantee that similar issues do not arise for others. Prove it through your actions but not your words that abuser's words don't matter to you and you're not a victim.

Warning signs of a student being bullied –

  • Aggression
  • Sudden changes in sleep and diet patterns
  • Sincere and disciplined at school
  • Anxious about reputation at school
  • Skipping class frequently
  • Social withdrawal
  • Tortures younger siblings
  • Self-harm
  • Decline in academic performance
  • Defensive injuries


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When you witness any such incident around you, do not be afraid to interfere, as taking effective action is your personal duty. Physical or verbal bullying incidents are more likely to become aggressive if people standing around just watch and do not take action. Being the first to step out takes guts but may inspire others to join you. If necessary, stand behind the harassed person and raise your voice to say you're there for him. It'll allow him to feel less ashamed. It is worth working with the officials after collecting important information and evidence to deal with it.

Bullying can also lead to intense pain and terror, which puts a person at risk for anxiety, depression, or PTSD, if not properly identified or treated, can lead to life-affecting complications, seeking professional help at an appropriate time can help an individual deal with it effectively.

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