Bullying is a form of aggressive behavior in which someone intentionally and repeatedly causes another person injury or discomfort. Bullying can take the form of physical contact, words or more subtle actions. This action can lower the self-esteem of the victim. They also get trouble defending themselves. Bullying is a major cause of worry as it is encouraging the state of depression and anxiety in the people. People who are suffering from bullying can commit suicide and can also take off many dangerous steps in their lives which can be fatal for them as well as their close ones.
Major reason of this cause can be the jealousy factor which is also a very common one. People who are encouraged to do bully may be having some issues with the mental growth. Some people feel good while teasing anybody and the people who have to face this problem gets afraid of going to the place where they encounter this issue.
According to Dr. Susan Swearer, co-director of the Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology; co-director of the Bullying Research Network, parents and teachers MUST intervene when they see bullying take place. First, they must tell the student(s) who are doing the bullying to stop. They need to document what they saw and keep records of the bullying behaviors. Victims need to feel that they have a support network of kids and adults. Help the student who is being bullied feel connected to school and home. Students who are also being bullied might benefit from individual or group therapy in order to create a place where they can express their feelings openly.
Because of the represented effects and to the known facts that authorities in our community such as parents and teachers can help, the researchers conducted this research to know whether in our own community, like school where teenagers always hang out and are prone to bullying, is also affected and what can our guardians do about it.