The SHORT TERM effects of bullying are:
* Low self-confidence
* Suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts
* Abnormal fears and worries
* Sleep disorders
* Nervous habits
* Frequent crying
* Poor appetite or digestive problems
* School problems
This is a suicide note:
"Dear Mommy and Daddy,
All of my life i have been teased,harassed and pushed around. I can't stand it anymore. I love you all very much and i'm sorry to do this to you and disappoint you once more, but i just can't go on living because there's no place in the world for someone like me." - Kirby's suicide note I don't think it's fair for kids to feel that unwanted, and made fun of so much that they decide to take there own life away.It's not fair to them and there family, because of kids who can't grow up and realize that bullying is not okay .
The LONG TERM effects of bullying are:
* Psychological Post-Trauma disorders
* Self destructive behavior
* Alcohol or substance abuse may result
CAUSES OF BULLYING
* Want to get noticed
* They like having power over there peers
* They have problems at home
* Think it's cool and funny
* Aggressive personality
* Lack of adult supervision
* Take their feelings out on others
Some people bully to get power, they think if you push people around and make them do what you want them to do you will get noticed. They think that gets their name out there that makes them feel cool they get attention they become popular.but some bullies do it just because they like to hurt people see the victim cry and if the victim has to the nerve to n to respond the bully has no pity.Most people think if you are popular you can get away with things that they know isn't right.Some common causes of bullying is when kids don't have enough super vision they think they can get away with any think Another causes is that some people just have an aggressive personality, and because they have they low self-confidence issues.
What causes a child to begin bullying others? If you have been victimized by a bully, you may be tempted to say, "I don't care! There's no excuse for bullying." You are probably right. However, there is a big difference between a reason and an excuse. The reasons why a child becomes a bully do not excuse the wrong behavior, but they might help to understand it. Such knowledge can have real value. How so? An ancient proverb says: "The insight of a man certainly slows down his anger." (Proverbs 19:11) Anger at the bully's conduct can blind us, filling us with frustration and even hatred. Insight, on the other hand, into into his behavior may help cool our anger. In turn, that may allow us to see more clearly as we search for solutions. So let's consider some factors that give rise to this unacceptable behavior.
Causes of Bullying
In many cases the bully's childhood is marred by poor parental example or outright neglect. Many bullies come from homes where the parents are cold, uninvolved or have, in effect, taught their children to use rage and violence to handle problems. Children raised in such a troubled atmosphere may not see their own verbal attacks and physical aggression as bullying; they may think that such behavior is normal and acceptable. Many schools bring together large numbers of students from differing backgrounds, who have been raised in widely varying ways. Sadly, some children are aggressive because they have been taught at home that intimidating others and verbally abusing them are the best means of getting their own way. Unfortunately, such methods often seem to work. Shelly Hymel, associate education dean at the University of British Columbia, Canada studies child behavior. She says: "We've got kids who are figuring out how to play the game and unfortunately, bullying works. They get what they want--they get power, status, and...