What to do when you're being bullied?
The first thing that you need to do if your being bullied is tell a trusted adult. But you NEVER should put your hands on another person. Especially if its the bully. There is never a need for violence. Try multiple times to tell the bully to stop. If when you tell a adult and they don't do any thing, tell a different adult and they don't do anything tell a teacher or a principal. If no adult is willing to help you and the bully won't stop don't show any emotion toward the bully. If you do it will only make it worse. That will tell them that they have complete power over you. So if none of this helps you then just ignore them.
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Just tell a teacher or sometimes just hang arround with your mates the might defend you sometimes at least . Mate? are you an Aussie?
If you are being bullied you should talk to a teacher you feel comfortable talking to, or the school counselor, a friend you trust, or even your parents. You do NOT have to put up with bullying.
Well all you need to do is tell a teacher or parent or even better go to your princpal that is why I am homeshooled
The only reason for that is if your missing something in your life and that is something you should fix right away. Find something you like to do other than pick on little kids who didn't do anything to you. Other things you could do is see someone about your problems. Maybe you don`t have a problem… maybe you just think it is fun.. If you DO NOT WANT to be a bully follow these rules:. 1: Find your new hobby (anything you like to do). 2: Show your emotions but not in a bad way. 3: Be kind and caring to every one. 4: Help someone (instead of picking on someone). Follow those rules and you will be alright. I agree with the comment above, follow those rules, but remember, if you don't want to make a bad impression with the people you have bullied, apologize to them, I'm sure they'd forgive you, try to supress your anger, when something gets you angry think of something you enjoy, or something you find amusing or funny, try and do favours for people, you'll find it makes you much more happier than insulting people could ever be. (MORE)
You probably won't fully forgive the person who is accusing you of this, but the most you CAN do is just keep trying and keep telling everyone that you are innocent. If you can, gather evidence of things that have happened to prove you aren't a bully. Being falsely accused of such things is a devast…ating thing to happen and sadly it does happen. If the person is bullying YOU, like it was said before, gather evidence. If you can write a statement of everything that happened. Keep persisting and don't give up. Eventually you will be taken notice of. (MORE)
Well, bullying can be as simple as lightly teasing someone to make other people laugh. Have you done that before?
the bullied are self concious and very scared and mad at themselves. the bully is the one who inflicts these terrible emotions on the bullied
If your being bullied, Please, tell someone! It doesn't matter if there not family, someone you trust is good enough. If you want to deal with it yourself, try to stand up to the bully, but don't bully them back, because you would be just as as bad. Anymore questions ? want advice ? C…ontact me, by email, : firstname.lastname@example.org.UK Thanks :) Remeber, email me if you are being bullied :) (MORE)
You should tell a teacher outside or a principal if bullying is a big problem in your school :D.
Easy. If someone is acting depressed, and has everyone staring at them. I was a victim and I felt this way. Moving to CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS helps to prevent this. I had theses experiences, and I know the truth.
Report it. . Change your contacts if possible. . Change your email, Face book, myspace etc.. The easiest way to get away from cyber bullying is to distance yourself from the problem areas. I don't mean run and hide but take actions to avoid the problem.
I get bullied and I feel like crap, like I'm not good enough, I have a really low self esteem and I get really scared when anyone that bullies me is around... I feel like a scared little girl, and I'm in 9th grade... My most common moods now are sadness and terrified.. I also have anxiety.. And the …people who bully me are just making it worse, I'm really paranoid... I just want to end it all sometimes... Being bullied is NOT a joke and its NOT fun.. (MORE)
depression, quietness, loss of appetite, suicidal thoughts, low morale, school grades going down, and so on. Mainly the signs are 1. A light look on the face like they are trying to smile but not 2. person would spend a lot of the time moping or hibernating in their room 3. Mood swings 4…. people seem to be "outcasts" 5. Loss of interest, or excluding them selves from activities that interest them. 6. getting rid of all of possessions 7. statements like "no one likes me, I hate my life.... etc..... (MORE)
you think about it. was someone being mean to you? did they cyber bully, phically bully, or verbally you?
answer 1 cry... a lot :L answer 2 tell the principal get some evidence tape recording,etc
A victim or someone who is being bullied. However, many peopledecried the term "victim" because it creates a "victim mentality".The victim feels more victimized, and helpless. So then,professionals suggested using the terms "target" and being"targeted". But "victim-targets" said the term "target" ma…de themfeel even more helpless! So like with using "the battered" forwomen who are beaten, "the bullied" may be the best and mostappropriated term to use. (MORE)
It means that you bully people through the Internet. Sometimes it's nasty comments, sometimes it's threats. Basically, it means insulting someone through the Internet.
It is very possible to lose pieces of your memory that become too traumatic to deal with. If you are finding that loss is strong enough that it is disturbing you then I'd suggest going to a psychiatrist. Loss of memory can lead to a dissociative state where you just unplug from life. It is a physica…l response not a mental illness. Look up EMDR therapy that may help and quickly. (MORE)
first of all, you never should fight back. that could get you in big trouble. The best thing you can do is get an adult. If the bullying continues, get an adult again. repeating this will draw the bully away no you should never kill yourself. tell someone you trust that you are getting bullied and t…hey will help you sort it out. (MORE)
Report it. If it is happening on a social networking website, or a forum, for example, report it to the website (you will find appropriate email address/help section in their FAQ). If it is happening on WikiAnswers then inform a supervisor. If you are being cyberbullied on an IM program or somewhere… else on the internet then always tell someone. I.e your parents or another adult you can trust. Also, if it's on IM then you can use the block feature to prevent this person from talking to you. You can also block the person that is bullying you so that they cannot contact you anymore. If the bullying gets severe and you aren't being listened to the people who run the site where you are being bullied, or you can't get hold of them, then don't hesitate to contact the police, bullying is a serious offence. Obviously you don't call 999 and tell them that you are being bullied unless you are at serious risk but you contact the local police station and take the print screen images of the bullying with you. The police will be able to find out who was bullying you, if you didn't already know who was, and they will be able to take serious action. (MORE)
Some people bully because they think that you're the type of person who wont stand up for yourself. If somebody bullies you then stand up for yourself, tell them that they're a bully and they can get stuffed and you don't care what they say and appear like you don't even though you do. Bullies want …to see you full of angst. Saying it in front of others is a good idea so that they're less likely to react in a way that compromises your safety. Secondly if you're under 18 you can call Childline, if you feel like you don't really want to tell somebody or you are unable to or whatever then try to ring them. The number is 0800 11 11, Childline are a government charity and everything you say to them is confidential (they wont tell unless you or somebody else is in serious danger.) What they will do is talk through the bulling with you, they are trained councellors and will give you advice and hopefully make you feel brighter. Another thing to do is to hang around near people. If your a shy person or whatever then it might be difficult but if you're at school just knock around with a few kids at breaks, at dinner, whilst in and around school and classes and during the morning and after school. Like I pointed out, bullies bully sometimes because they think that you are weak alone, hanging round with people who will fight back is good, you don't have to hang around with a tough crowd though. Those are just a few tips for bullying, there are lots of things that you can do and other people can do if you have the courage to approach them. Remember this, you're not alone, you don't deserve this, you are you and you have the right to feel safe and comfortable in your own skin. Keep going and don't give up because school does not last forever, school is just a small part of your life. If you ever get to thinking that drugs, self-harm or suicide is the answer then I promise you that they are not and I wish you the best of luck for the future. Chin up, forget them. (MORE)
It can cause the person being bullied to take their life away because they can't take it anymore. People only talk about the negative side to bullying but they never mention the positives. Yes, there are positives. By being bullied it teaches you about real life and how not everyone is your friend. …In real life people many people won't like you or they will make you feel less. If you are doing something on bullying you should really know that the common believe that most often bullies are insecure and bully to make themselves feel better is false. Most bullies are quite self-confident and score low on empathy tests. Bullies like to feel superior and cannot control their emotions. They are people who can easily make friends and have excellent leadership skills. They like friend who are followers and do as they are told. One of the reasons behind bullying is their background. Kids who have families who don't show many emotions or whose parents are very strict with them often want to bully another to make them feel superior. This does not mean they are insecure this just means that the same authority shown at home they want to replicate with other. (MORE)
If you are bullied, this should be reported to a teacher or authority figure immediately. Bullies are made brave by their targets' weakness so it is important to take action.
If bullies insult your clothing say, "FYI, it's a free country, and does it matter what i wear? As long as i'm healthy, happy, have good grades and good friends, i'm FINE. Anyway, why would you care what wear?" or "That's your opinion"
Tell someone ! Bullies only thrive when their sordid little secret is maintained. Once they lose their 'cloak of anonymity', they lose the ability to threaten people.
To prevent bullying. Stay away of bullies. And if you are being bullied,dont rely on a friend to back you up! Tell a teacher or adult. They will sort it out but don't lie,it makes things worse!
Just leave and tell a teacher or principal if it dont work do self defence if your not scared Nobody likes bullies so just report them to teachers. Tell the teachers what has been happening or is happening and they should deal with it so it stops. The Head Teacher or Principal is a good place to s…tart. A lot of Schools have Counsellor's in their resource centres. Speak with them also. (MORE)
Stop. Observe your behaviour and ask yourself how the other person might feel. Apologize. Walk away.
if this is happening at work than you can and should tell your boss that's the easy way out but if the person is really hearting you in a violent way i would tell the boss then call the cops because ya if your an adult and someone is hurting you its against the law
i would try to ignore it because if someone is bulling you its because they have problems at home or because they just cant find a way of having friends but if you try to stay away from the person that will help you but you can also just try to ignore them
nope.... there are laws i heard in some states against bully boss, but you would never win unless you have proof and MAJOR PROOF.. but stick in there, get transfered or ignore it. i work were there is bully boss, i finally relized you wont win so i started built me a imaginary wall when they come ar…ound works for me Alternate answer: In legal terms, if you quit a job because abusive conditions at work forced you to quit, that is called "constructive dismissal" meaning that even though you were not actually fired (or dismissed) what happened to you is legally the equivalent of being fired. If that has happened to you, your best bet is to contact a lawyer and sue for constructive dismissal. You can also apply for unemployment benefits. (MORE)
Bulling can affect the bully in many ways. When bullies bully they may do it to boost their self-esteem. If they find something wrong with you then they will think they are better. It may not make sense at first, but try to put yourself in the bully's shoes. Otherwise they just do it because they ju…st don't realize the consequences or the effect they may have on the victim. A lot of times the case is that bully are pressured to do it or because they were once a victim of bullying and want to seize the opportunity to feel "greater" or "better" in some kind of way. It i s all a mentality. Bullies are no different then anyone else. (MORE)
By the information from their comments on facebook or twitter like at the name at the bottom then look them up on the facebook or twittter and then the authority will eventually see it and they will be arrested for cyberbullying
You stand up for them in any way you can. Tell an adult or confront the bully yourself and maybe even become the the bullying victims friend.
Well for starters tell the bully to stop then tell your parents and friends get invovled. Then if its on FaceBook or like myspace or youtube reort it to the abuse link and if they think if its nesssary they will shut the page down also if your threatend by a bully report it to the police and it can …be investigated also quick fact cyberbullying has been outlawed or has had 38 states with laws on it. (MORE)
well you tell them and if they don't believe you then go to your schools Principal and tell Him or her who your bullied by what there saying or doing and that should take care of it but or tell your parents and they will talk to the school When two people make conflicting claims, such as when you sa…y someone bullied you and the bully says he didn't, it can be difficult to tell who is lying, but if some witness or witnesses will confirm your statement, that is convincing. Any corroborating evidence is helpful. (MORE)
You can tell any adult that you can trust. A teacher, a school faculty member, your parents, your grandparents, or other family. Do not hesitate. Take the matter to these people, because it must be stopped. adult you trust,Best friend,Cyber mentor LIKE ME I AM A CYBER MENTOR YOU CAN TALK TO ME JUST… ASK FOR MY MSN,Parents,Teacher,Childline (0800 1111) they keep youre things safe RING FOR FREE 24/7) DANA maybe i can help (MORE)
When a child is being bullied you need to let them know that your there for them. When a kid is being bullied the dont trust people. Gane there trust and everthing will be ok.
Stand up for your relative! Don't just sit there all scared! Be BRAVE!! 1.First if you know the bully's parents,tell them. 2.If he still bullies,tell the teacher. 3.If he still bullies,tell the principal. 4.If he does the same thing,tell the DISD. 5.If he does.............CALL the cops!! 6.St…ill same thing.........STAND UP FOR YOURSELF!! Dont be a goody goody!If your small dont let that cange you!Tell him something!Do the same thing to him!Who cares if you get into trouble!Your really going to get in trouble for standing up for you/others. If your grown....you can do the same thing.Use your own language! If your like a teen do the same too. I know this because im being bullied! I did all theses steps and guess what?!He stopped! Thats all I got!I hope this helped you alot! (MORE)
Bullying can sometimes lead to a loss of sleep if the person being bulied isn't strong hearted enough to ignore the bully.
1.you tell someone that you're being bullied like a parent/guardian,teacher or even a principal. 2.you can also just ignore the bully
A child can be bullied by a parent if they call the kid fat and then kicks them in the throat.
1. Talk to someone 2. Get friends to be with you at all times 3. stand up for yourself
If it is happening at school, speak to one of the teachers that you can trust or if you don't feel confident that you can talk to a teacher, tell your parents and ask them to speak to your teacher. You MUST tell someone - nobody should have to suffer like that.
In my school, there are many events that happen dealing with bullying. One of my biggest problems was about the hockey team I like. People were saying swears and really mean things about it to me.......even my close friends. I guess its normal for this happen because everyone has opinions but it's n…ot normal when you hear it everyday and get teased by it every time. I tried telling my teacher, the guidance counselor, and my parents. Nothing has happened and rivals in hockey will always be. But I have learned how to be more confident and to look more into the future. (MORE)
Tell someone - anyone. Best to tell an adult. Don't be scared that it will get worse, it will only get better if someone knows about it....
If the teacher does not do anything talk to the pricipal if thatdoes not help tell your parents or the police
Tell your parents/caregivers, and tell your teachers. Don't panic;this is an important topic, and a lot of people will be interestedin helping you with this.
Is it bullying if you're being denied to talk to your boyfriend or girlfriend by a teacher in a high school?
No, that isn't bullying. That is most likely the teacher attempting to help keep order, or attempting to keep two people from making a mistake. If you think they are crossing the line, you should talk to the principal or other administrators. If you think this is a case of discrimination, you should… contact an organization such as the ACLU. (MORE)
because it seemed like people hated him because of what he lookedlike so they wanted to bully him so he would he bad and so theykilled him and he just got revenge.