Facts on Bullying
What is Bullying
“Bullying” is a very common term used by students, schools and parents, but what exactly does it mean? What kind of behaviour can we consider as “bullying”?
Different Forms of Bullying
::Verbal Bullying::Physical Bullying ::Relational Bullying ::Cyber Bullying
Effects and Consequences
::On Victims ::On Bullies ::On Bystanders
How do you know if you are a victim of bully? :space: What can you do if you are being bullied? :space: Here are some tips to help victims help themselves!
Are you hurting somebody with your actions/words? If you think you may be engaged in some form of bullying and wish to know why you’re doing it and how you can stop the behaviour, do click on the link. :space: Remember, it’s never too late to do something about it!
Have you witnessed any kind of bullying taking place in school or even outside? Don’t know if you should do something or just keep quiet about it? :space: Find out how you can actually help to stop the bullying with these practical tips!
Why are victims usually so apprehensive about reporting cases of bullying? How can you identify them if they don’t say anything at all? It’s dangerous to have victims going unidentified, and it’s even more dangerous to not provide help and support for those who are identified!
How Adults Can Help Bullies
Contrary to popular belief, bullies need help as much as victims! :space: Adults can help bullies to curb their negative behaviour, thus preventing harmful consequences – which will no doubt affect their lives negatively – from setting in.
How Adults Can Help Bystanders
Bystanders can also be influenced negatively by the whole bullying situation. Hence it’s necessary for adults to be equipped with the tips to help bystanders handle bullying effectively.
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::Definition ::Different Forms of Cyber Bullying ::Traditional vs Cyber Bullying ::References
::Profile of Cyber Bullies ::Why Cyber Bully? ::References
Consequences of Cyber Bullying
::Negative Impact of Cyber Bullying ::Why Cyber Bullying should be Prevented/ Curbed ::References
Ways to Prevent & Stop Cyber Bullying
::Schools ::Parents ::Children & Youth ::Things to Note when Reporting References
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