All social animals have a pecking order. Bullying is one way the young animals, including human animals, practice dominance and submission. As humans grow up, they usually find other more sophisticated means of bullying, such as going into politics, generating Wall Street scams, or by becoming union "leaders", la raza/reconquista strike organizers, snotty civil "servants", shrewish wives, wife beaters, etc.
by Maria Janta-Cooper 4 years ago
Bullying. Why would someone who is self-confident bully others?I think it doesn’t make any sense. Does it mean that bullies have a poor self-esteem? They feel that, when they bully their victim they would gain a better self-image. Why they don’t know that, through bullying, they’re damaging exactly...
by PrettyPanther 4 months ago
Do you stand up to bullies? Do you stand up to bullies in some circumstances but not others? Do you stand up for coworkers who are being bullied? Friends? Family Classmates? Strangers?Here is why I ask. Many of us have trouble understanding how a good person could vote for a bully, then watch that...
by singleaple 2 years ago
Do you think a name and shame website of school bullies - would be a good idea or not ?Should school bullies be made to pay for what they did later in life or not ?
by Marissa 7 years ago
What are some ways to prevent or stop bullying?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
What should be the penalty for school bullies?School bullies should be expelled from schools and placed in juvenile detention or prison. They deserve no clemency nor reeducation whatsoever. If a "child" is old enough to bully another, he/she should be criminalized.
by giselle2323 9 years ago
Do you believe that kids bullying kids is a bigger issue now than when you were a kid?
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