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Bullying

Group 1
Findings speak

A study by research agency IMRB and

ParentCircle, has revealed that every third

child is bullied in school. The pan-India

study covered 2,700 respondents, with

parents and children in equal number.


Characteristics

Bully Target
Have a need to control and dominate Low self-confidence
others
Are quick tempered and impulsive Anxiety
Take pleasure in seeing someone or Fearfulness
an animal in distress
Submissiveness
Find it difficult to see a situation from
another persons point of view Depression or sad appearance
Refuse to take responsibility or deny Limited sense of humour
wrong doing
Characteristics

Bully Target
Blame the target or say they Poor social skills
deserved what they got
Low popularity
Good at talking their way out of
situations Few or no friends
Intolerant of differences Excessive dependence on adults
Feel superior Or different in physical or
Insensitive to the feelings or cultural characteristics, envied
needs of others- a lack of by the bully, or who is competing
empathy by the bully
Causes

Want to get noticed


They like having power over there peers
They have problems at home
Think it's cool and funny
Aggressive personality
Lack of adult supervision
Jealousy
Revenge
Take their feelings out on others
Effects

Short-term Long-term
Low self-confidence Psychological Post-Trauma disorders
Depression Self destructive behavior
Suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts Alcohol or substance abuse may result
Abnormal fears and worries
Sleep disorders
Nervous habits
Frequent crying
Bed-wetting
Poor appetite or digestive problems
School problems
Rage
"Dear Mommy and Daddy,
Suicide Note
All of my life I have been teased,
harassed and pushed around. I can't
stand it anymore.
I love you all very much and I'm
sorry to do this to you and
disappoint you once more, but I just
can't go on living because there's no
place in the world for someone like
me."
How it can be prevented or stopped.
Identifying bullying
Educating
Engagement in recreational
activities
Building a community of support
Be consistent
Empower bystanders
Work with the bully