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Warning Signs of Bullying

Understanding Bullying
Understanding Bullying

Warning Signs of Bullying

How do we identify if someone is affected by bullying?

Recognising these warning signs is the first step in standing up against bullying. It is important to talk with those who show signs of being bullied or bullying others. However, be aware that not all who are bullied or bullying others exhibits these signs.

Warning signs of the Targeted
• Has unexplainable injuries and bruises
• Changes in eating habits
• Lost or destroyed clothing, books and stationeries
• Report sleeping difficulty
• Experience frequent headaches or stomach aches
• Feeling sick or faking illness
• Declining grades
• School refusal
• Sudden loss of friends or isolation
• Self-harm or talking about suicide

Warning signs of the Aggressor
• Get into verbal or physical fights
• Often aggressive towards others
• Can be competitive
• May be excessively worried about their popularity and reputation
• High disciplinary actions taken against child
• Have unexplained extra money or new belongings
•Do not accept responsibility for their actions

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