Early Childhood Education
Assignment 6_06 SP180 Principles of Public Speaking
September 19th 2014
Bullying in Schools
I’m a firm believer in treat others how you would like to be treated, that’s the number one rule and it should be carried out in every aspect of life. What is bullying? Bullying is repeated verbal, physical, social or psychological aggressive behavior by a person or group directed towards a less powerful person or group that is intended to cause harm, distress or fear. If someone was in the position to stop you from being bullied and did nothing how would you feel? Are you even aware of how much pain the victims feel every day? It isn’t a good feeling waking up every day knowing you’re going to get torture and see no way out. When victims sees no way out of their situation they become depress and tense to shut them self’s in a box away from people, some choose to retaliate by bringing guns and knife to school, fighting, drug usage, and some even tragically end there life by committing suicide, leaving more hurt behind for love ones and friends who were unable to stop it. The stakes are high — many teens who commit suicide experienced at least some bullying. Bullying by itself does not cause suicide, according to a research review conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But researchers found that youth who are bullied are more likely to be depressed, think about suicide and actually attempt suicide. If you can condone bullying in any way that means you’re taking part in it. Bullying is everyone reasonability and the option of doing nothing with it is unacceptable. Taking jabs, name calling and mocking can add up to a lot of pain, some may think it is funny and innocent to the person that’s taking shots ,the cumulative effect of the daily jabs and name calling could be very devastating . Bullying is...
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