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Bullying is a problem
I get bullied for stupid things because of my religion and how I’m always shy and weak. I find it really stupid to bully someone for their religion it’s their life not yours u weren’t born to be a Christian so why bully them for their religion when u are something different.
The person being bullied is usually quiet, shy, and insecure or could be an instigator due to needing attention. The bullies may bully a sibling at home and feel the need to continue aggravating or just may be frustrated and feels a need to vent on someone. Problems at home are a good possibility as to why kids at school act the way they do. The one being bullied needs to speak up and cut off this unnecessary action towards them. Especially if they don't deserve it! Tell the kid being bullied to tell "the bully" that he/she could very well be his/her boss one day! Wouldn't that be something to go to an interview and the interviewer was the kid that you beat up on in school? The reason is the bully has insecurities. He has problems. Things you list like, weight, sexual preference, religion etc., these are just excuses. The bully uses them in his own mind to justify what he is doing. What I find amusing (not) is that almost all people who bully will do so when the victim is out numbered and yet they will then label him/her as weak and cant defend them self. Rather difficult when you have a person behind you ready to hold you back should you defends your self. The effects can be life long. Or for some short if the victim is driven to kill him/her self. If your getting bullied for no reason then tell them "Keep talking your sh*t, cause that’s ALL that you guys could do is talk but do nothing!" or” I really don't care if you believe me or not cause I know I went and it doesn't matter!. You allow yourself to be socially isolated. Being alone makes you look weak and vulnerable. Bullies are cowards at heart, so they will always look for the weakest link to pick on to make they

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