The cause for bully can be triggered because of many different reasons, some reasons are because of race, gender, socioeconomic status, religion, or ethnicity, or just because they have found an easy target. Celie was bullied by Albert, because she was a woman. His bullying made her feel worthless, ugly, and unloved. I believe bullying makes many students feel worthless as well, and it also makes them feel as outcasts, and not liked. Some of those students turns to suicide, because they believe life would be better.
First of all, students should not be paid for good grades due to not needed pressure. The NEA claims : many teachers say, “Paying students for good grades leads to practical problems in their classrooms, including pressure to inflate grades and conflict with students and parents.” This means students are more likely to be in bad moods and have bad relationships with parents and classmates. If some kids get money and the rest don’t, arguments will break out. In a classroom, students are supposed to be respectful to each other in order to have and efficient working environment. The effect of this is, students will be stressed and annoyed or angry with them, if unable to raise test scores.
In fact, children raised under this parenting style grow up with many more problems such as low self-esteem, getting involved with bullying as a victim or perpetrator, become less resourceful, develop a greater risk of anxiety, and develop lower social skills. It also undoes the primary purpose of this style of teaching in that it decreases the kid’s effectiveness in learning, resulting in poorer academic
One example is if you are not as good as the other kids, the better kids might make fun of you and then you feel like you are nothing and when that happens you feel as worthless like a bump on a log. Another example is when you mess up you have that kid that bullies just for the heck of it and then you're self esteem goes lower because you feel embarrassed in front of the whole team. The last example according to Why I don't Want My Kid To Play competitive sports is you might not have fun because kids are being mean to you and then everything goes downhill from
Withdrawing from society is not the only emotional reaction victims have to bullying. Expressing anger and rage is a frequent result of bullying. Parents may witness a change in their child 's behavior, they may become short-tempered, withdrawn, and angry. Emotional changes don 't just affect the victim while they 're still in school, it
People get bullied because they are not pretty enough, aren’t skinny enough or etc. that can hurt them so much. These are the effects of being bullied. Being bullied can cause many and long-lasting effect to a victim. First is that the victim will be suffering from deep depression because they were thinking too much on why other people are bullying them or maybe because they were thinking that they are very different from others.
Physical damage can hurt a child in many ways. A child who is having a hard time growing up due to how their parents treat them will most likely get depressed, hard to sleep, over thinking and is hard to communicate with others. As David Elliman argues (2000), “the effect of physical punishment is connected with mental health problems, child abuse, and aggressiveness”. According to this report; Elliman is trying to show that giving out negativity to a child will feel less certain amount itself. In other words, a child will feel whatever they are doing is wrong and judge themselves on everything that happens; they do not feel very optimistic about their
For example, it may ruin the feeling of safeness in the school environment for that student. It can even inhibit their ability to excel in academics. In an article written by Elisha Mcneil, it states: A growing body of evidence highlights the connection between adverse childhood experiences and academic problems. The effects of trauma can impair a child’s cognitive ability, while the stress of a dysfunctional or unstable home life can make children act out or shut down in the classroom. In a way, I think that a school not being trauma-informed almost creates an unsafe environment for the student.
When one is bullied they may feel isolated and trapped, and they might spiral into a suicidal state. Thus, when society is constantly putting pressure on people to be the right size, to play specific sports, to fit in, they are teaching kids that it is wrong to be different. Those kids grow up with that message and then bully people who are different, due to them not understanding that it’s okay to be different. Society is creating a base for people to become suicidal. Aside from the pressures of looks and what is right in society, there are also other pressures, such as a need for perfection.