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Bullying Banned

Updated on October 13, 2013

School Bullying Is A Serious Problem

Taunting teasing and name calling causes emotional pain and lowers self esteem. To be a victim of hurtful remarks and or physical attacks, make going to school miserable. The impact of being bullied by bullies is painful and can lead to severe emotional distress. No child deserves to be bullied or picked on just because their easy to pick on! It is imperative for parents of the victim, parents of the bullies and school officials to work together to stop the cycle. If the problem continues don't depend on school officials to stop the problem. Take action and remove your child from a harmful environment into an healthy environment.


Society Awarness And Participants to Ban Bullying Behaviors

Encourage children to openly discuss their problems with other kids at school. Society as a whole has to come together and enforce the rule, bullying will not be tolerated. Educate and council the importance of respect and good citizenship. Common decency when taught by example early on forms a good healthy personality into adulthood.

Work Place Gossip And Harrasment

Think before you speak. If you're not feeling well due to lack of sleep, worries, family, bills or health conditions etc, you may come off as rude or disrespectful. A slight discrepancy or miscommunication could start co-workers gossip on a massive scale. Society is often cruel, unforgiving and quick to judge. If you are a victim of workplace bullies don't allow them to disrespect you and cause grief. Confront people as grown adults and honestly discuss the problem, make the effort to rectify a difficult situation quickly. Speak up about whats bothering you rather than let the situation fester inside until you feel sick. When confronted openly and honestly most people will work together for a peaceful resolution.

Give others a second chance. When they've made the effort to better themselves let them be who they are at the present time. This is sad but true, sometimes no matter how many good deeds you may do in life the one mistake made is most likely the thing remembered.


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    • fastfreta profile image

      Alfreta Sailor 

      7 years ago from Southern California

      Say donnatru, this reminds me of two hubs I wrote, I like yours better, because you were able to combine the two concepts. The part about giving others the second chance they deserve, reminds me of my hub on "Will they ever let you forget." That part I might plagiarize, LOL, not! Anyway, very well written hub. I am totally enjoying your hubs. Voted up/useful/awesome.

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      Truckstop Sally 

      7 years ago

      Thanks for your hub. I do think we need to be sensitive when talking to and about children. They will rise/ fall to our challenges/expecations.


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