These negative impacts include depression and anxiety, health complaints, decreased academic achievement, and maybe even suicide. Children feel embarrassed which is one of the reasons why most students who get bullied do not enjoy going to school. Children fear about being bullied in school, which is one of the reasons children miss out on their own education. Bullying in its various forms is a problem most children or teenagers face almost anywhere, which negatively impacts them in many ways. Bullying can happen anywhere
When a bully is trying to mess with someone they think of how can they hurt the victim, they think of their dislikes and use those dislikes to their advantage. For instance cyberbullying is an example of how modern teens are being bullied, ”Cyberbullying victims have reported more social difficulties and high levels of depression” ( Smokowski, Paul R.,Caroline, Br, Cotter, Katie l. 5 ) as stated in “The Differential impacts of Physical Bullying and Cyberbullying”. It shows how teens can even be affected by online words, cyberbullying is a type of way for cyberbullies (or bullies) to spread fake rumors, and gossip on victims that creates high school drama. This is why teens are having a hard time in their school work, or any other type of daily activity, they have to deal with the fact of someone spreading misinformation, or any embarrassing secrets on the internet for everyone to read just because one dislikes the other. According to The Differential Impacts of Physical Bullying and Cyberbullying, “The effects of cyberbullying victimization are similar to traditional bullying, and includes feelings of anger, sadness, powerlessness, fear, and low-self esteem.” Which means no matter what type of bullying it is, physical or verbal it’s still bullying, which means nothing changes but the type of style the bully is
When she comes home, she always uses to be upset and stay in her room. It affected her life and my life. I am scared about when I will go to high school if I become a victim of bullying. There are many causes of youth violence. The availability of drugs and weapons in the community is one of the causes of youth violence.
There 's different varieties of levels where they take little steps or even bigger steps, cyberbullying can occur in middle school level of in a high school level. In a middle school level teens mostly send hurtful text messages to the classmates they don 't like, High school is all whole different story they always intent to harass that one person there really is no logical reason why they always end up harassing them in the end. There is multiple reasons why cyberbullying is common, the first reason is a situation where the kid is in the wrong place at the
Bullying can be a serious problem. It occurs when someone is making fun of someone else because they either don’t like them or are jealous and want to make someone else feel bad to make them feel better. Bullying can mentally break someone down. You could be the reason someone dreads coming to school. A bully can make someone lose all of their friends.
Bullying has several cases that happen nowadays. Why do you consider bullying takes place everywhere? Is insecurity a reason why people treat others in an aggressive way? Why do people become bullies? Insecurity is done by people also the other says that insecurity is the reason why young adults become bullies, however, there are several factors to prove that being insecure can lead to bullying.
Bullying is a severe issue difficult to eradicate from Children in Malaysia and all over the world. Bullying is a serious discipline problem which interrupts the learning process and as well as the school system. According to Beane’s “Bully Free Classroom” Bullying is when a stronger, more powerful person hurts or frightens a smaller or weaker person deliberately (on purpose) and repeatedly (again and again)” (Beane 16). We hear many news and stories about bullying in media today and some children are victimized and go in to desperate status and tend to commit suicide. Bullying starts from preschool and gradually starts to grow with the age and tend to repeat in high school, college even after starting a job, family life.
(1) Bullies also make victims change themselves into something they 're not. (1) Victims who can’t stand bullying may turn into aggressive parents and adults themselves and go through emotional problems (1). Furthermore, Bullying can negatively impact everyone involved including the bully, the victim, and the bystander (2). From the bully’s standpoint, the second a teacher finds about what they have done, they could get in major trouble which causes them to have a nervous breakdown and feel guilty about themselves(2). Again from the victim standpoint, he/she might even hurt themselves because they feel like they don’t belong in this world anymore and they can’t deal or stand with the emotional stress they are going through.
This circumstances appears to have reached a stage where it can be said that almost every student has been bullied or involved in bullying at one time or another during their educational pursuit or career. ‘Researchers in their different studies have observed that bullying is a regular occurring behaviour problem that is present in almost every school’ (Rigby, 2007; Neto, 2005; Olweus, 1993; Limber & Nation, 1997). ‘Bullying is a distinct form of aggression characterized by a repeated and systematic abuse of power’ (Olweus, 1999; Rigby, 2003). ‘Bullying occurs when one or more students seek to have power over another student through the use of verbal, physical or emotional
Bullying continues to be a serious problem in schools. In schools, bullying occurs in nearly any part in or around the school premises. School bullying at most consists of a group of students abusing or isolating one or more students, particularly for gaining respect and dominance over others and bystanders who, in some cases want to avoid becoming the next victim. This is a very broad issue that affects high school students in three imperative parts of their lives; psychologically, educationally, and professionally. (Rigby & Smith 2011).