What is bulling? ,Bulling is the respected use of aggression by one or more people against another person or group. Anyone can get bullied even the cool kids. You can bully someone mentally and physically. There can be bullying at work, school, home, or online. In some states the government can help you or not. There are a lot of risks to bulling.
There are many risk factors to bulling. The warning signs of bulling are depression, attempt of suicide or suicide. It can have many effects on people mentally and physically. Some people bully because they were bullied at one time. Or because they are emotionally scarred or the just hate the world. They sometimes just do it for fun or to look cool in front of their friends. Laws can protect you but in some states they don’t have the laws to protect you. (Stop bullying)
There are some states that don’t have laws against bulling. But the states that have the laws have strict tolerance on bulling. There are all kinds of bulling in kids, teenagers, and even adults. The statistic of child and teenage bulling is every 2 out of 3 teens are verbally or physically harassed every year. The statistics of adult bulling are 1 in 6 adults suffer some form of Workplace or World Bullying. When the laws apply there are strict conquences. (Bullying statistics)
Bullying, cyberbullying, and related behaviors may be addressed in a single law or may be addressed in multiple laws. In some cases, bullying appears in the criminal code of a state that may apply to juveniles. Only a small number of states have only one law for this issue. Like the Dist. Of Colombia, Hawaii, Michigan, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota along with New York. These states have put laws on the books because of the high number of suicides. From risk to laws and there punishments are not good. (Bullying statistics)
Bullying is not a cool thing. In the world suicide is the third leading cause of death, because of bullying. It is estimated...
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