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reason to stop bulling

The numbers of kids that are starting to become victims as well as bullies are increasing. Nobody like’s a bully and being one just makes matters worse. Bullying is a major problem that we haven’t been able to stop, every year more and more people become bullied at school and online, if we take a stand against bullying and not encouragedit I believe that we can put an end to it!

being bullied is not okay?

I know a friend that was be bullied by someone & its bad to know that your that your the persons friend & you want to help he/ she but you also don't want to get bullied yourself & that's not okay . people need to stand up for anyone whose getting bullied . this world we leave in is very missed up & its sad . Students who experience bullying are at increased risk for depression, anxiety, sleep difficulties, and poor school adjustment .Youth victimized by their peers were 2.4 times more likely to report suicidal ideation and 3.3 times more likely to report a suicide attempt than youth who reported not being bullied

why do people do it because they think there "cool"

People can direct frustrations, hurt, anger and difficulty at home or in class to you by bullying. Lack of attention from friends, parents or teachers can make a person bully you, just to feel popular and seen as 'tough' or 'cool'. and in Some kids have learned bullying from others (parents, brothers or sisters, friends).They have seen them getting their way by being angry or pushing other people around. They believe that by putting fear in you, they will have the best shot at everything in school or in your neighborhoods. Some young people are bullied for no particular reason, but sometimes it's because they are different in some way - perhaps it's the color of their skin, the way they talk, their size or their name. Sometimes young people are bullied because they look like they won't stand up for themselves.
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  • Most of the student in the study reported name calling as the most prevalent type of bullying, followed by teasing, rumor-spreading, physical incidents, purposeful isolation, threats, belongings being stolen, and sexual harassment. Surprisingly, cyberbullying occurred with the least frequency.
  • 70.6 percent of teens have seen bullying occurring in their schools – and approximately 30 percent of young people admit to bullying themselves. 20 percent of U.S. students in grades 9-12 reportedly have experienced bullying or are feeling bullied, while 28 percent of students in grades 6-12 report the same. Experts agree that most incidences of bullying occur during middle school.
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    How To Prevent Bullying

    Everyone should take an active stance against bullying including parents, teachers, school administrators as well as teens themselves. If teens see an act of bullying, they should immediately report it to a parent or teacher. Because teens are the ones that are most likely to see the acts of bullying occur. Because of this, they are the ones that are going to be the most able to actively prevent bullying from occurring. It is important as a parent to stress this to your teen. Encourage them to take a stand against bullying and to report it if they see it happening. It is also important for teens to notify their parents if they feel they are being bullied. Actively communicating about these topics is the best way for teens to feel comfortable talking about their concerns to their parents.

    we can make a change in your kids life

    to think that your kids are getting bullied in school or anywhere else . just come join us & help your kids life be better & happy in a world we live in today . It has been estimated that up to 44% of middle schools have reported some form of bullying occurring therein. This has spurred many of them on to take action, which typically results in some success. The schools with anti-bullying policies have typically reduced these rates by around 50 percent.