Bullying refers to actions carried out by a person or group of people with a weaker individual which derided, beaten, humiliated or her personality i
Bullying refers to actions carried out by a person or group of people with a weaker individual which derided, beaten, humiliated or her personality in front of other people. Sometimes, the victim was physically hurt, told the harsh words, slander, called by different terms, or smear the reputation by spreading rumors about him. It usually occurs in schools, but it can also be experienced in offices and other public places.
For some, the concept of bullying is normal and actually part of children’s development. But for experts and doctors, it has a bad psychological effect on the victim.
Adverse effects of the bully Victim
1. Fear and anxiety.
2. Avoiding entrance.
3. Having violent personality.
6. Who frequently bullying?
Anyone can be a bully. Typically, desired to become a hero or take the lead in everything. They want to manipulate other people around them. Therefore, they want to dominate the world in which they and they do not care the feelings of other people around. This personality is mostly a result of insecurity on their own or is it a reflection of their own experience in the family or in the past.
Who are usually the victim of bullying?
People often victims of bullying are those individuals differently compared to the majority of a group. They are shy, quiet, different race, different gender, disability and another status usually not popular.
How to determine if your Child is a victim of Bullying?
Here are signs that can tell that your child is a victim of bullying:
1. Return home with wounds or bruises that are unexplained.
2. Return home with torn clothes or missing goods.
3. Often avoid or fear entrance
4. Hurting yourself
5. No interest in friendship or participating in extracurricular activities
6. Low self-confidence
7. Always sad or depressed
What to do for victims of bullying?
For child victims of bullying., the best way of avoiding it is the complaint of a senior and trusted individuals. Must also tell to a public authority such as a teacher, parent, or guidance counselor.
If the situation can lead to bullying physically hurt, fine suppress feelings and avoid being alone. Find a trusted friend and whenever possible, go with him all the time.