Why should we stop bullying?
“I would rather be a little nobody, than to be an evil somebody.” ― Abraham Lincoln (GoodReads, n.d.). Bullying is a major problem that we haven’t been able to stop, bullying has been exceeding every year, and it is the time to make it stop! The numbers of bullied children are increasing as well as the victims, bullying don’t only affect the victims, but the bully’s and every one surrounding them (DecemberStone, n.d.). Bullying can affect the children personality, cases problems in the society, and it also gives a bad idea for the outsiders about our culture. Anyhow, it got to stop. We have to control bullying, and it have to start with those high school young people, even if its parent, teacher,…show more content… Anyone who still thinks that bulling is simply a usual thing in childhood life should probably know that researches in Duke University have found that bullied children’s grow into adults that have many problems including anxiety disorders, depression and suicidal thoughts. Moreover, bullies who haven’t been picked on are four times more likely have antisocial personality disorder. “Bullying is potentially a problem for bullies as well as for victims,” said senior author E. (Walker, 2013). Bullying have side effect on everybody, those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying. Bullying is related to many bad behaviors along with impacts on mental health, substance use, and suicide. It is very important to talk to kids to find whether bullying is a concern to them (Stop Bulling, n.d.). There are many impacts on student in schools who are bullied like, children feel disconnected from school, lack friendship at school, have nightmares, may have family problems, and many other reasons (Education, 2013). Children may also have dramatically changed in their attitude with the family, which can cause department between families and cause hater between each family member. Bullying must be banished and that is for our next generation life and