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Cyber Vs Physical Bullying

Bullying in any way is terrible to you and your victims. A few differences between cyber and physical bullying is that with cyber bullying you can steal a ton of money and their identity but with physical bullying you can only steal a little money and you still can’t steal their identity. With cyber bullying you don’t know your victim but on the other hand with physical bullying you know the person just a little or maybe a lot and the reason you may know them is because it’s in real life. But, with Cyber bullying it’s on a computer. There are some similarities like both have victims and say hurtful words and both can involve money. Some other differences is that physical bullying has bystanders and cyber dose not. Also with physical bullying you can get bruises or broken bones and with Cyber you don’t get those. Physical bullying means that it is in real life and they physically hurt you. Cyber bulling means that there saying hurtful words on a computer and you just get your feelings hurt and you can also get hacked by a cyberbully and lose your identity or lose a lot of your money. As you can see there are a lot of similarities and differences between Cyber and Physical bullying.

This is a chart of what grades get bullied the most.

DRUGS

They kill. There illegal. They have horrendous results. Every year a lot of people die or get terribly sick because of doing drugs. Illegal means that it is against the law and is forbidden. But, you can stop this by quitting. You may think quitting will be impossible but with these steps you can do it. Quitting means that you are going to stop something and quit means the same thing but in past tense. First, celebrate with yourself for considering quitting drugs. Next, get support from friends and family. Third, have a plan for responding to cravings. Cravings mean that you really want something very bad. Responding means that you take action against something. Then, have patience to quitting it won’t happen overnight, also forgive yourself for forgetting. With these steps and time you are sure to quit drugs.


Alcohol

What do you think alcohol does to you? First, you can get addicted pretty easy and being addicted means that you are hooked to something and it’s really hard to stop. Alcohol results in loss of coordination, memory loss, slow reflexes and poor judgement. Drinking alcohol can limit the the blood flow to and from the heart and lead to coma or death. Also if you drink too much alcohol and drive you may crash and suffer terrible injuries or get pulled over and arrested. As you can see alcohol is a death sentence for you and your body.


Glossary

  1. Addicted, physically and mentally dependent on a particular substance, and unable to stop taking it without incurring adverse effects.

  2. Coma a state of deep unconsciousness that lasts for a prolonged or indefinite period, caused especially by severe injury or illness.

  3. Considering, taking into consideration

  4. Cravings, a powerful desire for something.

  5. Loss of Coordination, (ataxia) may look like clumsy or awkward movements. It can affect balance, arm and leg movements, eye movement, and speech.

  6. Patience, the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset.

  7. Illegal, contrary to or forbidden by law, especially criminal law.

5 Question Quiz

1. Do you know anyone that has been taking drugs or alcohol?

2. Have you ever taken any illegal drugs or alcohol?

3. Were you ever a bully.

4. Do you have anyone in your family that does drugs or alcohol.

5. Were you a bystander or the victim.


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