Bullying Essay

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Have you ever been a victim of bullying or witnessed it? Throughout history many people have been pushed to their emotional limits due to the insecurities that another person has made them feel. These people tend to take their problems out on others. Also many people laugh at the act of bullying, but others have the courage to stand up to the instigator with a display of extreme disappointment. Bullying immensely effects everyone throughout a community with its negative aspects; therefore it is necessary to terminate it completely due to the emotional and physical pain it brings to everyone. Although bullying seems to be an un-solvable act, it is actually an event that can be dealt with. Experts say “Children who are bullied can have trouble studying, sleeping, or feeling safe.” Ways to deal with this include talking to your teachers you trust and other supervisors. Also you can deal with bullying by trying not to act upset when someone picks on you. If you do react then that gives the bullying acknowledgement that they succeeding in getting a rise out of you. Studies show fifteen to twenty percent of all students are bullied at some point in their school careers and many effects of bullying can include anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, and even suicidal thoughts. Witnessing bullying can cause children to lose focus in school and rise to suspicion to “am I going to be next.” Prevention programs that schools can administer have shown bullying cut by as much as fifty percent. Another way bullying can be prevented is to award children for being sympathetic to other students. This gives a sense of accomplishment for the child making it routine to act nicely with other people. Bullying children, teenagers, young adults, adults, and elderly people can lead to extreme dispiritedness and sorrow. Many children feel so overwhelmed that they may possible commit suicide or even homicide. 2 Wayne students convicted in attack are back in school is a story telling how...
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