Reasons Of Bullying and Why?

By: Kaylee Morin

Reasons Of Bullying and Why?

Hello, my name is Kaylee Morin and I'm going to teach and tell you all about bullying and types of bullying. Bullying is something in life that's serious. It's not fun to bully, it means you're a bad person and for being a bully, you won't make any friends and you will be lonely. A bully makes someone else feel bad about themselves and not being able to be confident. A lot of people stand up for another and some just watch. That's called a Bystander.

Reasons Of Bullying

People around the world shouldn’t bully, because people wanted to be treated how you want to be treated. You never want to bully or be the bully, because bullies have lots of strength and take control over the weaker and smaller people. You also, never want to be a bystander because bystanders don’t take part of someone bullying someone else, they just watch the person get bullied. In addition, you never cyberbully because cyberbullying is when you use electronic devices to communicate with other people and talk and say mean and nasty words about someone else, and it’s not nice to write mean and bad comments about someone. You should say something nice not bad about someone. It’s better to say something nice than mean, because you can get caught sending something that someone says, because whatever you look up or send something it can’t be deleted or unseen. It stays there and will stay there no matter what you try to do. It’s always best to not be any type of bully, because you end up getting in trouble and caught what you’re doing. So STOP BULLYING!!!

Types Of Bullying People Do

Types of bullying: Physical bullying involves hitting, shoving, pushing, tripping, and other kinds of force. Verbal bullying involves hurtful comments, name-calling, teasing. Social bullying involves using relationships to hurt someone.

Words and Definitions of Types of Bullying:

  • Bully- a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker.

  • Bullying- use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.

  • Bystander- a person who is present at an event or incident but does not take part.

  • Cyberbullying- the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.

Why Do People Bully?

People mostly bully others, because they are upset with themselves and think if others were as miserable as he or she is, it will make him or her happier. They're jealous of someone, so he or she bullies that person to feel more superior, or they bully someone to be cool. Bullies usually only bully around other people to make them look cool infront of their friends.
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