Bullies and Victims
The Knowledge to Make Change
Personal Reflection And Introduction
Who is Involved?
Characteristics and Effects of the Victims
- Low-Self Esteem
- Poor social skills
- decline in academic performance
The victim isn't always stuck in a corner dying. Almost 50% of the victims are aggressive, this leads to the victim fighting back and and the victim and bully going in to a cycle to sustain there status.
- The number one way to prevent bullying from happening is to make sure parents and children are well educated on the topic. Spreading the Knowledge on how serious the situation is, along with constant reinforcement will lead to a major change.
- Once the situation had already manifested its self the best way to discontinue it is removal from the situation. Changing the environment of daily activities take away chances for multiple bulling encounters to happen.
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